I only have one cream so I guess that makes it an easy choice:
My name is William, but please call me Bill...
I guess I need to try that Proraso Sandalwood!
My choice would be QCS Vetiver. Followed closely by Razorock 888.
Straights for sale here:
Speick cream. It's the only cream I keep as I'm a soaper now.
QCS Lavender, hands down.
We shall this day light such a candle, by God's grace, as I trust shall never be put out!
We must all hang together, or assuredly we shall all hang separately - Benjamin Franklin
D.R. Harris Arlington at this point.
Single Ring-Bostonian-40's Aristocrat-'51'52'55'56'60'69 SS-'60 Fatboy-'62 Slim-'73 Knack
It must be unscented!
Adam, Proud Member of the Cult of Arko, BOTOC & BOTSS!
Mr. Treehorn treats objects like women, man.
This is tyranny.
I'll play! Only one permitted, then it's gotta be Stephen's Stay Smooth Brushless shaving cream "World's Smoothest Shave". Really cheap, you get a 16 ounce tub for around $4. It has the best fragrance, a straightforward coconut,that I've not encountered anywhere else. And it performs great, whether with a straight razor, de, se, or cartridge. When the shaving world gets crazy, I just grab the Stephens, and suddenly everything's right again. I guess you'd call it a "base line" product that's dependable and trustworthy.
. . . He went around back and into the basement because he was hungry. He ate cold beans out of a can and drank some water, and then he saw the small mirror Parker had bought with the razor and the can of lather. He looked at himself and knew he had to take a chance on staying long enough to shave. He shaved, and that made him feel better. . .
Shhhhhhhhh don't tell the Feds about my soap stockpile
Cyril R. Salter (my last name is Salters, and I am impartial)