- Product Dimensions: 19.7 x 4.3 x 4.3 cm ; 4.54 g
- Boxed-product Weight: 227 g
- Item Model Number: U-BB-2028
- ASIN: B00016QRG4
- Date first available at Amazon.com.au: 30 November 2017
- Customer Reviews: 230 customer ratings
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- #74 in Hair Removal Pre-Treatments
Alba Botanica Very Emollient, Coconut Lime Shave Cream, 8 Ounce
- This hydro-active cream provides ideal protection against drying and chaffing, while maximizing absorption of water, to lift and soften unwanted hair for effortless razor glide, thus reducing the risk of nicks, cuts and irritation
- Very Emollient Cream Shave - Coconut Lime
- Very Emollient Cream Shave - Coconut Lime by Alba Botanica for Unisex - 8 oz Shaving Cream
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This hydro-active cream provides ideal protection against drying and chaffing, while maximizing absorption of water, to lift and soften unwanted hair for effortless razor glide, thus reducing the risk of nicks, cuts and irritation.
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First thing is the tool. I have tried the 4 blade Schick and the Mach3 and Fusion. I always return to my trusty Gillette Sensor3 Conditioning[green] disposable. Post shave I use Art of Shaving aftershave [Lemon or Sandalwood]. It runs about $30 a bottle which may seem high but I have been using the same two bottles for over two years. Two pumps is all you need.
1) The Art of Shaving is by far the best. It also costs the most. For the money spent it doesn't disappoint. It goes on easy with a light coat. It shaves very well and leaves your face feeling soft and nourished from all the conditioners/essential oils it contains. Normally I would scoff at paying $25 for a six month tub of shaving cream [I shave about 3x a week]. But this stuff is really that damn good. It exceeds expectations and then some.
2) Alba Very Emollient Shave Cream Coconut Lime - This is the next best thing to Art of Shaving. Excellent shave. Very good skin conditioners. The scent is really nice. Finish it off with Art of Shaving Lemon aftershave. And at a price that is 1/4 of Art of Shaving. This one is definitely worth a look. BIG WARNING: The only negatives about this product is that: A) it clogs up the razor more than most B) is also slightly sticky which some may find annoying and C) is difficult to clear clogs as a result.
2.5) Nivea For Men delivers a nice shave. Feels smooth afterwards. It lathers a good amount which is good if you like that. I am now a low foam or no foam fan. It doesn't leave your face as conditioned as the top two performers but does a decent job.
4) Kiss My Face Moisture Shave Bamboo Green Tea - This shave cream is not that much better than Gillette Foamy. Certainly not enough to justify the difference in cost. If you are looking for a fantastic shave you need to look elsewhere.
Bottom line - If you want Ferrarri performance you have to pay top dollar. Here is my car/shave cream analogy:
Ferrarri - Art of Shaving
BMW/Audi - Very Emollient
Honda - Nivea
Chevrolet - Kiss My Face
Pontiac - Gillette Foamy
I see that a number of reviews complain about razors clogging up with this. My experience has been that it thoroughly rinses out of/off your razor, if you rinse with hot water directed toward the blade(s) cutting edge in a stream parallel to the blade's flat surface. After rinsing with hot water I found that remaining residue between the blades comes out easily if I bang the razor "head" against the wash basin bowl 5 or 6 times with the handle parallel to the wash basin bowl surface to loosen the remaining material (at the ends of the bades) and then rinse it again with hot water (same procedure as before) to get out residual material that was loosened by the banging.
The only thing more that it could do is act as an after shave/skin conditioner too.