One of the best things about running a blog devoted to beards and shaving is that you get to meet some really wonderful people who are building some really fantastic companies. Not every company is wonderful, and not everybody running those companies is fantastic, but there are a lot of really amazing ones out there, […]
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We’re going to brutally honest for a moment: there are so many beard companies out there, and while we truly do want to celebrate the entrepreneurial spirit at every possible opportunity, some of them are… ugh. So bad. Just, so bad. We hate to say it, but it’s true. They’re run by two or three very fantastic
If you’re a man with sensitive skin, discovering wet shaving can be a revelation. The blades, the technique, the ritual—there’s something about it that just seems so much kinder to your face, which is exactly what you need when you’re more prone to redness and irritation. With that in mind, here are our picks for
Today we’ll re-visit one of the great wet shaving debates: shaving soap vs cream. Both create a full, well-cushioned lather that softens your whiskers and protects your skin, but which is empirically better? In the article below, we’ll get to the bottom of all this. We’ll go through all the pros and cons of each,