Excellent little miracle stone,
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This review is from: 2 Potassium Alum Crystal Deodorant Stones, total weight 100g, Deodorize Sensitive Skin or Shavers Styptic (Personal Care)
I've tried every lotion and potion you can think of over the years to cure my shaving rash so I was a little dubious about this little miracle stone, but the thing worked after just ONE shave. I've now had more wet shaves in 3 weeks than I've had in the last 5 years. Pretty good deodorant too! I've recommended this to everyone I know.
A year after I bought them and they're still going strong. I got two stones and use the big one every day and the small one stays in my gym bag (and gets plenty of use too) and judging by how much is still left I can see me getting AT LEAST another years use out of them (Yes really) I would honestly call this a bargain even if it were twice the price. And still no shaving rash!
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Initial post: 6 Feb 2014 10:39:24 GMT
Hi, I get shaving rash/bumps too and having just ordered a proper safety razor came across these crystals. How exactly do you use them? Also, how long do they last?
In reply to an earlier post on 26 Feb 2014 17:49:10 GMT
Miss E. says:
Andy, I can't say exactly how you would use these on your face as I use it on my legs but I should imagine it being the same as how i use it? I get bad shaving rash on my legs so when I have finished shaving I make sure my legs are wet and just rub the crystal over the whole area I have shaved. Also, if I manage to nick myself I just dampen the crystal and rub it on the cut to stop the bleeding in about 10 seconds! It does sting but it works brilliantly. Also, this company make a hemp oil soap to use for shaving. I haven't tried it yet but am going to invest soon as my experience with this company has been very positive. This soap is used as a shaving foam/gel and softens the hair before shaving. This helps to make your razors last longer and I should imagine might help reduce rash? Hope that helps.
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