Tuesday, April 15, 2014

Somersets Women's Shaving Oils

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Hey y'all!  Today I have a review of some shaving oils that I recently received & have been using for a month or so.  

Somersets Shaving Oils are formulated with a proprietary blend of organic essential oils such as Lavender, Tea Tree, and Rosemary.  These oils help to create a lubricating barrier between the skin and the razor providing more glide for a truly comfortable shave.  They do not contain any chemicals that can harm the skin or the environment.  Best of all, in a pinch, they can be used without water.  



Just 4-5 drops per leg enables women to get a close, smooth shave without nicks, cuts, or razor burn.  One 15ml bottle yields up to a month of shaves.

Extra Sensitive is formulated for the legs and underarms.  It contains aloe vera to soothe and leave skin refreshed & silky smooth. 

Extra Delicate is specially formulated for the bikini line.  It contains tea tree oil to help prevent inflammation and redness, and it also functions as an antibacterial as the bikini area is prone to nicks and cuts.

I've used both of these and like them equally.  They both smell herbal, and I can't pin down exactly one note because they're both packed with oils that are good for your skin.  It's not overpowering though.  They also contain menthol which gives your skin a cooling sensation afterwards.  I quite like it. 

A little goes a long way.  The smaller bottle, which is the 0.5oz. isn't even halfway empty yet and I've barely put a dent in the larger 1.2oz bottle.  So I feel you'll get your moneys worth of this product.  I definitely recommend this as you can actually SEE where you need to shave and it moisturizes while allowing you to get as close of a shave as possible.  It's PERFECT for travel.

Retail Price: $6.99USD (15ml/0.5oz) & $14.99USD (35ml/1.2oz)

Availability: Online at Drugstore.com and Somersets.  Also available at select food/drug stores nationwide, you can see the Store Locator HERE



1 comment:

  1. Nice review on them! I'll have to check them out.

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