Signature ingredient: Cooling peppermint and antioxidant-rich green tea refresh the skin as nutrient-rich aloe provides for healthy skin renewal.
Product description: Enriched with jojoba, vitamin E and organic botanicals, this highly concentrated, soap-free formula delivers a smooth and soothing shave with lasting comfort. Clean, refreshing and familiar you’ll love the tingly, cool finish.
Features and benefits: This hydro-active cream provides ideal protection against drying and chafing, while maximizing absorption of water, to lift and soften unwanted hair for effortless razor glide, thus reducing the risk of nicks, cuts and irritation. Formulated for men and women.
Who should use this product? For all skin types.
Directions for use: Rinse skin thoroughly with warm water. Apply a thin, transparent layer over damp skin. Shave normally, rinsing razor periodically.
*NOTE: Performs best when used sparingly.
Ingredients: Purified water, isopropyl palmitate, certified organic aloe barbadensis leaf juice(1), tocopherol (vitamin E), simmondsia chinensis (jojoba) seed oil, certified organic calendula officinalis(1), ginkgo biloba(1) and camellia sinensis (green tea)(2) extracts, mentha piperita (peppermint) oil, menthol, carbomer, peg-7 glyceryl cocoate, sodium hydroxide, vegetable glycerin, phenoxyethanol, benzyl alcohol, potassium sorbate,
and botanical fragrance.
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Vanessa: a few months ago
Not my favourite. It's very thick, almost as if you are shaving with that glycerin-hand cream (you know the one!) It takes way too much effort to keep the razor clean and I found it didn't create enough of a barrier while shaving, and left my skin dry. I like the idea of a more natural product, but I don't love this enough to buy again.
Jen: more than a year ago
I am very sensitive to 'big brand shave gels & creams'. This product rocks, I experienced no irritation and it left my skin feeling soft.
it does cause some minor blade clog as written in another review. This happens with any natural shave product I've tried. My fix: I use a cheep nail brush back and forth over the blades of my razor periodically. It helps unclog and get the hair out.