I recommend – L’orela Hydro Active Turbo V12 Regenerist Big Dickinator Horsepower Vroom Explode Chainsaw Face Oil. Because it sounds manly like man stuff, like shaving with a shard of shrapnel which you’ve just pulled out of your leg…. as opposed to girly like woman stuff.Posted 9 years ago
grizzlygus – Member
I don’t bother with any of that nonsense. In fact, I dry shave with a wet shaver
…..cos I is right hard
Seconded. I normally aggravate the nearest grizzly bear by sticking my thumb up his ass until rips the hair off my face with his powerful canines.
I have to provoke the grizzly with the afformentioned ass thumb move because grizzlys naturally fear me, in the same way that polar bears fear grizzlys.Posted 9 years agotinsyMember
I used to wake up and my skin looked OK no matter how much I drank, I have never suffered dry skin and could happlly wash in petrol with no ill effects, then I hit 40 and now I wake up wizend and with a face like a rusty BBQ….
I got whatever moisturiser it is the wife bought me……. I wouldnt bother but my face would crack open if I didnt.Posted 9 years agocoffeekingMember
I’ve had to use moisturiser since the first time I shaved or I ended up looking like a rusty BBQ 🙂 But then I do have odd skin that doesnt like contact with water (I can bathe in oil, grease, petrol, even acetone etc all day and have no issues but if I have 2 showers in a day my skin goes mental, regardless of soap used) – only sea water or nivea for me I’m afraid. (I kid you not).Posted 9 years ago
I’m sure I saw on one o’ dem panel shows how the men’s products are all given “manly” names such as “Face Protector”…it went on for a few minutes and was funny. I use the King Of Shaves, though was bought a present of Clinique Face Scrub and Moisturiser by my mate (how metrosexual are we??!!) and it’s lovely. Mrs deadly swears the KoS stuff is better than women’s stuff three time the price.Posted 9 years agopk-ripperMember
It depends whether you believe the marketing hype or not. Personally I use clarins for men, accompanied by clinique for men oil free anti-shine, as well as their pore minimiser and m-cover stick.
For the rest of me I use kiehls creme de corps which I rate highly, especially immediately post shower.
Whether any of them work any better than the 500ml pots of aqueous bp you can get from boots for £4 is open to question, probably not hugely, maybe not even marginally.Posted 9 years agocoffeekingMember
Whether any of them work any better than the 500ml pots of aqueous bp you can get from boots for £4 is open to question, probably not hugely, maybe not even marginally.
IME massively better. E45 and the likes act like glue IMO. Depends on your problem. I dont find any help for shaving rash!Posted 9 years ago
This is on my desk…
I am all too aware how bad this looks – not least because it all lives in a little dove-grey leather Molton Brown bag 🙁
Oh, and there’s some Clarins lipbalm in my coat pocket, some Molton Brown showergel in the office shower (continues in this vein for some time…)Posted 9 years agoFlaperonSubscriber
Conor – Member
Ok, tarka, you have let us all down!! My moisturiser lives in my work backpack along side a screw driver, pen knife and some condoms. Not a beige wash bag!!
Do you plan on torturing someone before greasing them up and raping them?
Laughing my socks off at that.Posted 9 years ago
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