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    Looking for shave cream/soap that is truly hypoallergenic. Thanks
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    TOBS (Taylor of Old Bond Street) makes a hypoallergenic shave cream. AOS (Art of Shaving) also makes an unscented hypoallergenic cream.



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    Kiss my face I believe makes one too. At least their unscented does not mess up my hubbies face and his is very, very sensitive.
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    Thanks for the heads up. Appreciate your input
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    KMF fragrance free.
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    It would probably help to know what you have tried that is supposed to be hypoallergenic that hasnt worked for you. For instance, proraso white is supposed to be hypoallergenic and I find its ok for occasional use (once a week), however daily use gives me a nasty rash.

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    Van der Hagen (VDH) Deluxe is supposedly hypo-allergenic.

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    Quote Originally Posted by jsrdrnr View Post
    Kiss my face I believe makes one too. At least their unscented does not mess up my hubbies face and his is very, very sensitive.
    +1 on that. I've used KMF unscented for shower shaves with cartridges and it's a face saver. I've also found MWF and Prairie Creations (select no scent during the ordering process) to be fantastic for my face as well.

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    Quote Originally Posted by wedwards View Post
    It would probably help to know what you have tried that is supposed to be hypoallergenic that hasnt worked for you. For instance, proraso white is supposed to be hypoallergenic and I find its ok for occasional use (once a week), however daily use gives me a nasty rash.
    I've tried the same Proraso for "Ultra Sensitive Skin" (the stuff in the white pot) and received a mild burning sensation on my face for my trouble. I think it's junk - at least for me.

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