That's a lot to finish off! Are you rotating soaps which could cause a mass finishing all at once? This is my prediction of my soaps but it still seems some years off yet.In the last couple of weeks I've finished off:
Krampert's Bay Rum Arcadian Spice
Jabonman Eastern Breeze soap
CRSW Bergamot & Bay soap
I think CRSW Oliva is next on the hit list, or maybe Jabonman Tobacco.
The Krampert's is the after shave rather than the soap (which unfortunately irritated my skin, I was gutted about that as it smelt just like the ASL and provided a great shave) and I'd been using it 90% of the time since I received it for Christmas. Both the Jabonman and CRSW were near the bottom of the tin so with concerted use of some big brushes it wasn't that hard to finish both off in 2 or 3 weeks.That's a lot to finish off! Are you rotating soaps which could cause a mass finishing all at once? This is my prediction of my soaps but it still seems some years off yet.
Will you be buying these soaps again?
Proraso red is a lovely scentProraso white (sensitive) pre-shave cream.
It's taken a couple of years (rotated with other pre-shaves) but I've finally finished this tub. Will I buy it again? Well probably not (never say never). I'm still not sure if it really makes anymuch difference to the shave. It's just pleasant to apply after showering and left on while I get my shave stuff ready. I think it stops my skin drying off.
I like the mildly menthol effect it has (much better than the slap-in-the-face green Proraso pre-shave) but I prefer the Proraso sandalwood pre-shave. That's scent is subtle enough that it doesn't interfere with any soap's scent. I don't see me stop using the sandalwood version anytime soon.