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Reddit mentions of L'Occitane Soothing Cade After Shave Balm, 2.5 Fl Oz

Sentiment score: 2
Reddit mentions: 5

We found 5 Reddit mentions of L'Occitane Soothing Cade After Shave Balm, 2.5 Fl Oz. Here are the top ones.

L'Occitane Soothing Cade After Shave Balm, 2.5 Fl Oz
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  • Helps resist redness, razor burn and feelings of tightness; purifies skin to clean and soothe nicks and breakouts^Apply to face and neck after shaving, paying close attention to irritated areas
Height4 Inches
Length6 Inches
Number of items1
Release dateSeptember 2008
Size2.5 Fl Oz (Pack of 1)
Weight0.0661386786 Pounds
Width5 Inches

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Found 5 comments on L'Occitane Soothing Cade After Shave Balm, 2.5 Fl Oz:

u/fuckchalzone · 22 pointsr/wicked_edge

Here's what I would suggest:

Razor: either this one if you want to stay frugal or this one if you want to splurge a bit. I'd stay away from the QShave. It's a clone of a razor with a lot of design issues. One being that the head is so large it's hard to get under the nose, etc.; another issue is that it is extremely aggressive even at its lowest setting.

Brush: This synthetic brush. I think it's much better to start with a synthetic than a boar brush. Boar brushes are less comfortable on your face and actually make it more difficult to make lather until they break in. No reason to mess with those variables when you're just trying to get the hang of it. As for this specific synthetic brush, I have one and it is an amazing value for the money. It is one of about a dozen brushes I own, some of which were $200+, and this $12 brush holds its own with them.

Shaving soap: Lots of options here. Barrister & Mann's Latha line performs extremely well and is a great value. Several scents to choose from. Barrister &
Mann's Glissant line is a bit more expensive but has even better performance and more complex scents. Seville is a particularly good starting point with B&M, just an extremely clean, classic, masculine scent. Pre de Provence and Pre de Provence No. 63 are classic french soaps that smell great and perform very well.

Aftershave: Even more options here. You could go with Thayer's witch hazel with aloe, or if you want a traditional high alcohol aftershave, Fine Accoutrements is excellent. There are several scents, all based on popular and/or classic colognes. Or you could splurge and get the world's greatest aftershave product, L'Occitane Cade After Shave Balm.

Blades: Amazon has some good deals on blades in bulk but just sucks for sampler packs, and you want to start with a sampler pack because reasons. So head on over to TryABlade and order two of the "Top 10 Sampler." You can't use your Amazon credit there, but it's going to come to less than $10 including shipping.

So, if you go with the cheapest option in each category, you come out to fifty dollars or so if I'm adding right, which leaves you room to pick out one or more of those splurge options I mentioned.

u/almightywhacko · 5 pointsr/wicked_edge
u/redditusernamme · 2 pointsr/wicked_edge


What is the difference between this two aftershave? Is it just their sense? L'Occitan/ Cade.

u/pythed · 1 pointr/Wet_Shavers

I dont think Maggards carries it, but L'Occitane Cade after shave lotion is quite possibly the most magical substance you can put on your face.
There is no high enough praise for how good this stuff is.