Navigator Class Beard Oil From Badger

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Over the past couple of months, the subject of beard oils has been on my mind for some reason. I was curious if these products actually worked as many claimed they did. While I by no means have ZZ Top-worthy whiskers, I have let it grow out a bit as of late (previously, I kept it pretty closely trimmed). So, when an opportunity to review Badger Beard Oil came up, I thought it would be a great way to check out this class of products.

Savoring shaving software (and more): May, 2014

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My test lab – aka my bathroom – has gotten more crowded lately with new products to try. The good news is that if a vendor is bold enough to send a sample to Sharpologist for review, he’s already pretty confident that his product is great. And I’m more than happy to be the beneficiary of such quality booty.  Here’s what I’ve been playing with this spring:

5 Dry Shampoo Sprays

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Like most of us, I have limited time in the morning to get ready for work.  Sometimes I just don’t have the time to wash my hair.  So I have been trying five different dry shampoos to see what will let me look good for one more day.  Dry shampoos try to reduce the oil in the hair giving it a cleaner look without using water.

Neutrogena Face Scrub And Lotion

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Neutrogena’s  “Razor Defense” line, especially their “Daily Scrub,” has been a favorite “drug store” brand of mine for a long time.  So when they changed the line-up a bit I was a little concerned.  I’ve used the updated Face Scrub and the new Face Lotion enough to form some impressions.

Boots On The Ground In The US With No7 Men

Boots No.7

The Boots brand is a familiar one in Great Britain, with a franchise of stores spanning the British Isles and some in other parts of the UK. Boots recently dipped its corporate toes into the US market by launching a skin care line sold in US chain Walgreens, “Boots No7 Men.”  I’ve had the opportunity to try the line for a while now.