Another newbie, Warrimoo NSW

Pbgoose

Active Member
Joined
Jun 1, 2017
Location
Dubbo
We have all saved SOOOOOOOOOOOO much money since we switched :ROFLMAO::ROFLMAO::ROFLMAO::ROFLMAO:
Yes, yes, yes........ that was the original premise, to save money by buying a DE........, then a straight/s then SEs and of course a few thousand blades to support the various blade systems. Be careful @Davec36 of where @bald as is leading you. He gave me a helpful hand with soap making and now I'm several thousand dollars down the rabbit hole and my family thinks I'm obsessed and need internment of some sort. If only I could find my marbles..........
Welcome, by the way, @Davec36 .
 
Joined
Feb 7, 2019
Location
Darwin
Proraso White, Heath shave cream and Mike's Lemongrass & Eucalyptus (EO)
Welcome @Davec36 I'm a newbie to the site myself and about to purchase some Proraso White because the dry season has just hit in Darwin and we go from stewing in our own skins 34 degrees and 70% humidity to the most glorious dry season 28 degrees and 40% humidity. but that sudden drop in humidity plays havoc on the skin. I found that Stirling products although scented are good for sensitive skin because the manufacturer has sensitive skin himself and developed the product to be low irritation. They do offer an unscented soap with bees wax that I have not tried but I have found even the scented Barbershop and Executive Man have reduced the inflammation and itchiness caused by other products that were fine in the wet season.
 

Don

Member
Joined
Jun 24, 2018
Location
Sarina QLD 4737
Welcome @Davec36 Abby and Grace have an unscented soap in his regular line up and I'm not sure but I think he also does an unscented balm as well. Face Fat may do an unscented. Both have been great to deal with and very happy to answer any questions I've had.
 
Joined
Mar 29, 2019
Location
Sydney
Welcome @Davec36 Abby and Grace have an unscented soap in his regular line up and I'm not sure but I think he also does an unscented balm as well. Face Fat may do an unscented. Both have been great to deal with and very happy to answer any questions I've had.
Where can I find the Abby and Grace products, I know they make APR but what about their own products?

Thanks for the info
 
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