Gillette Shaving Gel Sensitive Skin 200 ml
The shave gel hydrates hair to help provide a more comfortable shave.
Aqua/water, palmitic acid, trethanolamine, isopenitane, glycerin, stearic acid, ci 42090 blue 1, cocamide mea, hydroxypropylcellulose, hydroxyisohexyl, 3-cyclohexene carboxaldehyde, phenoxyethanol, stearyl heptanoate, stearyl caprylate, magnesium gluconate, peg-90m, trideceth-9 pg-amodimethicone, trideceth-12, calcium gluconate, dimethiconol stearate, limonene, linalool, mentha piperita extract/peppermint leaf extract, isobutane, copper gluconate, parfum / fragrance, bht, bht laureth-4
Basic shaving can be quick and easy. Just pick up a razor and drag it across your face until the stubble is gone. A really good shave, on the other hand, requires a little more effort and know-how. The right products can make all the difference!
Everything about shaving
It's believed that the ancient Egyptians were the first to shave, as part of a daily hygienic routine. Shaving was considered so important that affluent Egyptians even kept a live-in barber as part of their household staff!
Ancient Egyptians would often shave their eyebrows when a family cat died, as a way to mourn their loss.
It's all history
Beards were traditionally popular among soldiers, right up until World War I. All American soldiers received then-newly invented disposable razors and were encouraged to use them, because excess facial hair interfered with the closing and sealing of gas masks.
It's all history
Razors were first marketed to men, but in the 1940s, after World War II (thanks to some clever marketing), women started to buy and use them, too.
If you meet an Amish man sporting a beard, you know he's married. Instead of wearing a wedding ring, men stop shaving their beards when they marry.
A traditional razor shave can be more than just about the shave – it can be about the experience, too. Why not draw a warm bath, and take some time for yourself?
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