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    Default what is your go to product when you are in a hurry and can't use brush?

    I am curious what other people use when they don't have time to use a brush? I have tried cremo, twinluxe, and keihls. The twinluxe is great- but pricey.

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    even in a hurry i still use a brush with my AOS cream then i break out with my gillette fusion
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    I go with the 'designer' stubble look.


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    None. I don't remember the last time I did not use a brush.

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    Brush does not take that much time, but you could go with Kiss My Face (various flavors). It lathers great with a brush but works without it.
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    I ALWAYS use a brush
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    I rarely go brush-less, but when I do, I use Clinique Cream Shave.

    I've reviewed this product here if you're curious -

    http://badgerandblade.com/vb/showthr...ltr=C&t=198380

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    Cremo SC and a Mach 3 (but I try not to be so rushed that I cannot use my brush and a DE or STR8).
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    If I don't have time to use the brush, I don't have time for a shave anyway, so then I don't shave.
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    Quote Originally Posted by travel boy View Post
    I am curious what other people use when they don't have time to use a brush? I have tried cremo, twinluxe, and keihls. The twinluxe is great- but pricey.
    I am never in that much of a hurry...Plan ahead enjoy the shave!

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    I have used my girlfriends Cremo and/or her son's Proraso Canned Foam in a pinch (both were products I purchased for them ). This has thankfully only happened 2 or 3 times in the last 2 years though.

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    I always use a brush. Always. I don't understand the morning hurry anyway, just get up earlier.
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    Quote Originally Posted by travel boy View Post
    I am curious what other people use when they don't have time to use a brush? I have tried cremo, twinluxe, and keihls. The twinluxe is great- but pricey.
    skip shaving.
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    Any regular cream can be used brushless.
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    i skip the shave if i dont have time. i'm in graduate school, so there isn't a need for me to shave. if you're in a line of work that requires a shaved face, you're probably the type of person that makes time for a shave.

    like others have mentioned, any cream you have can be used brushless. I've used my AOS brushless (even says it on the tub) and it works just as well.
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    If I don't have time to do it properly, I don't shave. I don't need to shave for my job anyway so I do it daily just for fun. And fun requires the brush.
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