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Another sandalwood, stronger — and the excellent RazoRock MJ-90A

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Despite Tcheon Fung Sing’s “forte” designation for its Linea Intensa “Crazy Sandalwood,” I found that fragrance much less intense than that of Art of Shaving’s (excellent) Sandalwood shaving soap. (BTW, TFS’s soap is made with almond oil (olio de mandorle), which I don’t see in many shaving soaps, though it certainly fits with the Italian love of almond-fragranced shaving soaps.)

The Kent Infinity, a very nice little brush, made a really excellent lather immediately from the AOS soap — it’s a good soap, and I would say that it contains no clay — and the highly comfortable and highly efficient RazoRock MJ-90A did a bang-up job. (“A” is for “aggressive”; I would name it the MJ-90E (for “efficient”), since it is not aggressive at all in feel.)

A splash of the interesting Ogallala Bay Rum & Sandalwood, and the day begins on a good note.

Written by Leisureguy

8 April 2020 at 8:07 am

Posted in Shaving

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  1. Michael, do you still have and use your Weber DLC razor? It seems they only sell razor handles when you Google them. It’s still my favourite razor and I’m glad I bought a spare when they were available.



    8 April 2020 at 11:16 pm

  2. I do not, and I wish I did. I got rid of it in one of the purges. It was a harbinger of the DE razor renascence, when demand had reached the point that it supported the design and manufacture of new razors, not simply recycling past razors.



    9 April 2020 at 4:57 am

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