The only other manufacturer that rivals the clout that Taylor of Old Bond Street has when it comes to old time shaving creams will be the Italian company, Poraso. Established back in 1854 in the fashionable section of West End London by Jeremiah Taylor, Taylor of Old Bond Street was your grandfathers shaving cream – particularly their flagship Sandalwood scented cream.
One of the primary artificial moisturizing ingredients found in aerosol shaving cream cans, mineral oils are designed to lubricate the skin during shaving. Although not the most harmful of the ingredients in aerosol-based shaving creams, mineral oils have been shown to clog pores and increase skin irritation.
The pricing of the Proraso Shaving Cream Tube, is quite surprising, as it is one of the most affordable Shaving Creams available today, with a price of only £6.09 (150ml). This, combined with the fact that the Proraso Shaving Cream is considered one of the best shaving creams in the world (if not the best), almost gives me a sense of guilt whenever I purchase it.
Lucky Tiger Liquid Cream Shave is a modern take on classic shaving cream. It goes on smooth like lotion, but turns into a rich creamy lather designed to soften even the manliest of beards. Prepare your skin for a close and comfortable shave with Lucky Tiger Liquid Cream Shave.
Dragging a blade across your face every day doesn't have to be a grind. Reinvent the lost art of smooth shaving with Hydroplane Shave Cream: a rich, technologically advanced, foamless cream that keeps you looking sharp and feeling noticed. After all, sometimes it isn't nice to play rough.