Klar Seifen and the Wee Scot, with the Gillette 1940s Aristocrat
Klar Seifen shaving soap is excellent and comes in a compact package, so I thought I’d use the Wee Scot, also excellent and compact. Easily loaded, the brush, despite its diminutive size, holds a lot of lather. After I finished my usual three passes, I continued to lather my face and rinse it. A total of five passes is pretty easy, but I think the sixth is perhaps stretching it—at any rate, I stopped after five.
And shaving for just three of those passes produced a totally smooth result with no nicks. This really is an excellent razor.
A good splash of the Klar Seifen aftershave, whatever it is: the label has, as you see, given up the ghost. Still, the aftershave is pleasant, and now I shall enjoy the weekend.