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Samples are a good idea
Best Sellers Shaving Cream Sample Pack Samples are a good idea, and with these I found out I don't like menthol without having a lot to throw away.
Fun Experience
Best Sellers Shaving Cream Sample Pack This is a great idea. The variety of smells and consistency gives an experience that is difficult to immulate unless you were to purchase these in full volume. Trying out a new sample is something to look forward to. They each have their own characteristics that make each shaving a unique experience. You learn if you prefer a soothing aroma and texture or prefer an invigorating tingling sensation.
Great stuff
Best Sellers Shaving Cream Sample Pack If you are new to the whole wet shaving thing, this is a great way to get started. A solid starter kit. Just make sure you also have a brush and shaving bowl to really get the full lather experience.
Money Saver and FUN !
Best Sellers Shaving Cream Sample Pack Realized what to buy (Speick, Bigelow), what not to bother with....great way to save time & $
Solid Collection
Best Sellers Shaving Cream Sample Pack Haven't tried them all, but there is a great mix of product here. I'm about 2 months new to safety razor shaving and enjoying the experience so far. TOBS Sandlewood is easy to lather, doesn't have any weird ingredients that I can tell, doesn't irritate my skin, and smells great. The tallow based cream is also a solid choice as well.
Sample Soaps
Best Sellers Shaving Cream Sample Pack "Couldn't use all of them before this review but liked the one which i am using right now.....
Good starter set
Best Sellers Shaving Cream Sample Pack "Being new to shaving things that aren't Gillette and Edge gel, I ordered the starter pack of shave creams to try. Of those included, the Speick was my favorite and I've ordered a full tube. Here are my thoughts:

Speick: My favorite of the pack. Clean smelling, good for mornings. Lubrication is good, slippery enough for two passes (if back-to-back) without reapplying. I think the beeswax helps. Thick lather, but low volume (Barbisol spray foam this is not) and not too fussy about how much water I used.

Bigelow: Smells like what I remember Dial soap smelling like before they went crazy with fragrances. Good lubrication, I credit the addition of coconut oil for that. The scent is clean and refreshing, good for mornings, like when I shave.

Taylor of Old Bond St sandalwood: good slipperiness and I like the scent well enough. I thought the Speick and Bigelow better, though.

Crown: the first I tried. When I applied it thickly enough it provided decent glide. I liked others better, though.

Cyril Salter Wild Rose: the rose scent is not what I wanted to wake up to in the morning. Now, if I could get my wife to use this when she does her legs... I was also disappointed that it was "drier" than some of the others, not as slippery.

Cella (croap): I didn't like this product. It was fussy to get any lather and wasn't slippery. Perhaps I'll try a similar product again when I have more experience. I was hoping to be able to compare tallow (Cella) and glycerine (the others) based products, but not on this go-around
Nice variety! You get a
Best Sellers Shaving Cream Sample Pack "Nice variety! You get a chance to see what you like.
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