Somersets Extra Sensitive No. 1 Shave Oil

max-glide-xtr-sensitive-shav-oilproduct02_img_sensitiveThere’s no foam or gel required to use this oil. The directions are simple: Wet skin, put 3 drops in palms, massage into the facial hair, wait a moment til soft, then shave. Somersets is so confident about giving you the best shave, they even say you’ll get your money back if you disagree. Read more on that cool offer at The Somersets site says “We’ve added Rose Hip Seed oil from Chile and Alpha Bisabolol from Brazil to heal razor burn and provide added protection for those with sensitive skin. One 15ml bottle yields up to 90 shaves and is ideal for travel. Ingredients: Hybrid Vegetable Oils, Menthol, Natural Fragrance, Aloe Vera, Organic Sandalwood Oil, French Lavender Oil, Organic Tea Tree Oil, Evening Primrose Oil, Sweet Almond Oil, Jojoba Oil, Virginian Cedarwood Oil, Vetiver Oil, Safflower Oil, Grapefruit Oil, Corianda Oil, Palmarosa Oil, Comores Ylang Ylang Oil,Organic Brazilian Bisabalol, Organic Chilean Rosehip Seed Oil.” Visit the Somersets site to see all their products for both men AND women! at I don’t have lots of facial hair but I had to try this anyway. I put 2 drop son the blades of my regular non-fancy razor (disposable) and it was like butter. The directions don’t mention that you can oil the blade instead of your face, but I did it anyway. And remember, I don’t have a lot  of facial hair. In fact, I basically have whiskers. Men in 18 countries from Austria to New Zealand rely on Somersets shaving products for the closest shaves. Founded in 1991, Somersets is headquartered in Henley-on-Thames, England.


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