Pre-Shave Oil - Lavender by The Art of Shaving for Men - 2 oz Oil available on June 22 2018 from Buy for itemprop="offers" target="_external" title="" itemscope itemtype="http://schema.org/Offer">25.51
The Art of Shaving Pre-Shave Oil, Lavender Essential Oil, for Sensitive Skin, 2 fl oz (60 ml) available on November 09 2014 from Amazon for 31.63
UPC bar code 670535100027 ξ1 registered June 22 2018
UPC bar code 670535100027 ξ2 registered November 09 2014
This is Castor Oil and Olive oil. The purpose of a preshave is to soften heavy beards for a closer and more comfy shave. This can be achieved for a fraction of the price with the following ingredients:Castor oil - This is the emollient (beard softener)Olive Oil - This is the surfactant(allows the oils to 'cling' to your face)Lavender Oil - This is used as a scent and anti-friction and anti-burn oil.The first are available from your supermarket and the latter from your pharmacist.Mix them as follows:For 2 1/..
AOS is notorious for overcharging for their products. it is simply castor oil, olive oil and essential oil fragrance. the best mix is 2:1 castor to olive oil. you can throw in another :1 of canola oil if you like. you'll need a bit of EO to mask the slight scent if you don't like the oil scent. this can be bought for about $10 a bottle on ebay or a local health store and it will last a long time.
I love this product. I never used preshave oil before, just the standard gel shaving cream from gillete and i'll have to say i missing out on a closer and more comfortable shave. Really a great product,,,and sure i've read plenty of do-it-yourselfers here post reviews about how cheaper it can be if you make the oil yourself. But the same can be true for anything like changing your motor oil, sneaking in popcorn at the movies, bringing your own slice of cheese when ordering a regular hamburger, but person..