Somersets Shaving Oil – where have you been all my life?

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How many of you LOVE shaving in the winter! It’s my most dreaded part of showering. In the winter, I’m always cold. Shaving + goose bumps = nightmare. I was finally introduced to Somersets Shaving Oil, and it’s changed the way I look at shaving! I not longer have to fear shaving! This stuff really is quite amazing!

For most people, shaving is one of the least gratifying experiences. Right up there with emptying the dishwasher or ironing your pants. It can be uncomfortable and even painful—leaving the skin nicked, reddened and razor burned.

Not attractive in the least.

The big razor companies have spent untold millions convincing us that the key to a better shave is the blade. And the more blades, the better. But in fact, the real key is how well you prepare your skin for shaving—and that’s what Somersets is all about.

Unlike chemical soaps and aerosol foams, our products are made with 100% natural oils derived from plants such as Rosemary and Lavender, Tea Tree and Sweet Almond.

These oils lubricate the blade, for a cleaner, closer shave. And their natural healing properties help prevent irritation, while leaving the skin feeling cleaner, refreshed and more alive.

Popular in the UK and Europe, Somersets is now available in America. Try it once and, we’re confident, you’ll actually look forward to the next time you shave.

How about the men in your life? Somersets also has a full line of men’s shaving oils – I’m going to have to get some for my husband to try out!

FIND YOURS HERE!


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November 11th, 2013 at 4:45 am

This sounds like a must-try.

November 11th, 2013 at 11:33 am

Wow, this does sound like it would work pretty nicely.