By far one of my favourite shaving gels! I find that buying male-marketed shaving supplies tends to lend a lower price for a better product. Razors included. But this gel is one of the few that have actually reduced the bumps and redness I tend to get, while also keeping a good barrier between skin and razor and facilitating a close shave!
I really like EOS products because they seem to have a finger on the combination needed to help moisturise my skin (which tends to be stubborn and finicky). Really helps reduce dryness after a shave, but red bumps still tend to be prevalent.
I grew up with this always in the shower: my mother and my older sisters used it. It's a great, frothy shaving cream and is a worthwhile staple. I will say I don't find it reduces red bumps or dry skin like they advertise to, but it provides a decent barrier between skin and razor.
So there are a few very important features to this product and packaging that make it so great. 1. The container. Most nut butters require stirring to get the separation back in, and most come in tall, narrow containers that make it IMPOSSIBLE. Abby's are in small, round jars that are so easy to stir with minimum mess! It's such a great and convenient feature! 2. The simplicity. These are delicious and naturally sweet due to the two or three carefully chosen ingredients they contain. So far this is my favourite flavour- naturally sweet pecans, some dates for added flavour and sweetness, and some Himalayan salt to round it out. Just three things! 3. The variety. From the different flavours to the different nuts she uses (pecans!), this brand makes nut butters I will gladly pay extra for every time!
I love this brand, but didn't find this was as good as my Kristin Esss texturizing powder. Now, I get that's like comparing apples and oranges, but as they are both meant to accomplish the same thing, I find the powder is more effective and goes a little further.
Dry, Normal, Oily, Wavy, Thick
Dandruff, Damage, Dry Scalp, Oily Scalp, Brittleness, Hair Loss