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#376 04-05-2019, 20:24:42 PM
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My usual shave costs at least $500 of product


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Beard oil recs any1??

Wow imagine finding this after you telling me you would NEVER fall for such a scam, amazing

Buying shaving products rn

that was post-beard growth thank you very much




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#378 31-12-2019, 01:19:24 AM
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Your beard oil needs CBD


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#379 04-01-2020, 01:07:24 AM
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#380 19-01-2020, 20:22:17 PM
shave whole body with electric razors, then epilate a few days later and crossdress


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#381 08-01-2022, 08:54:27 AM
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What are the best affordable all natural soap and deodorant products?


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#382 08-01-2022, 14:39:49 PM
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rock salt deodorant can't be beat


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#383 08-01-2022, 15:15:33 PM
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Only works if you have regular access to a shower even then it only protects you like 3/4 of a day max

If you're homeless like me get right guard 48 hr + some dude wipes for your ass/balls. Keep your head and face shaved too & you'll only need to shower like once a week

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#384 09-01-2022, 09:32:08 AM
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I will look into rock salt deodorant. Do you have any soap recommendations? I clicked on one of the links you posted a few years ago and it was 23 dollars for a bar of soap. I'll let my dick fall off before I pay that much for soap.


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#385 09-01-2022, 10:22:25 AM
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I'd never pay that kind of price for soap. I may have paid $20 for a jar of shaving soap that would last months but certainly not for bar soap.

Yardley London was my go-to soap for years, particularly the oatmeal and almond variety. I also tried the cocoa butter and shea buttermilk ones and they're good too. They're still really cheap for how good they are, about $1/bar.


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After the success of the fashion topic for a while, I have decided to expand on that and post about my favorite "Health & Personal Care" products!!

I have very dry skin so my stuff is geared toward that but it's all great still.


Soap: Yardley Naturally Moisturizing Oatmeal & Almond Bar Soap

This stuff is the best soap I have used for dry skin and I have used a metric tonne of soaps in trying to find one that really helps my skin.  Instead of being in complete and total itchy misery throughout the winter I am only in occasional discomfort.  The scent is pretty light but it is also nice.  I think it's hypoallergenic or something too so it can be good for that.  I don't really use a face wash so I cannot comment on its use for that.


Deodorant: Wind Salt

WIND SALT IS THE GREATEST DEODORANT EVER CREATED.  It is super cheap, last for several months and is safe to put anywhere on your body.  I use it on my armpits, feet and manly regions and none of them produce any kind of odor anymore.  It is probably the greatest $5 I have ever spent on myself and I cannot recommend it highly enough.  Anyone with any body odor should get this immediately.



There are the products I use, I look forward to nobody else posting in this topic now.

In fact I recommended Yardley and rock salt deodorant 10 years ago when I originally made this topic


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I am too lazy to read through the thread and find the link but the product I am referring to is some kind of soap that is made from the fat of bison or elk. The listed price is $23 and the thumbnail is a picture of a bar of soap. I might be mistaken.

One dollar for a bar of soap is a reasonable price and I'd be willing to pay three times that price for an all natural product.

Thank you for your recommendations. I will look into Yardley soap.


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+1 for rock salt deodorant, I bought my last one at walgreens almost two years ago and it's still going strong.  It works best if you're not gonna be sweating much, but if I know I will be, or I just want to smell decent for some occasion, I slap some charcoal deodorant powder from Lush (any charcoal powder would probably work just as well) in my pits and it sucks up any foulness for the day.  It will leave dark marks in the pits of your shirt, but they wash out fine.




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#390 11-01-2022, 23:08:53 PM
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