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Old 08-08-2018, 01:46 PM   #141
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I am now done boondocking. Very successful time. Everything worked as designed after I figured it out.

I brought the boondocking Noxema home and it will be my new shave cream face cleaner.

Thanks everyone.
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A friend of mine suggested Kiehl's 'Close Shavers Squadron' shave cream (in a dark blue tube) about 15 yrs. ago and I've been using it ever since.

It's not cheap but gives me the best shave and the tube lasts a very, very long time.

You just squeeze out about a 'nickel' size onto two finger tips, put a little water on it and spread it over your face. I always shave twice and mostly if you just wet your hand again and rub your face, the cream is still there or you can add a little more.

I used to have very sensitive skin shaving issue's and that cleared it up pronto! Wish I knew about this stuff when I started shaving, it would have saved me from butchering my face.

Best stuff ever.

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