Pacific Shaving Company Caffeinated After Shave

Photo credit, Pacific Shaving Company

Photo credit, Pacific Shaving Company

I am more of an electric shaver kind of guy, which is most helpful when I travel as well. I was curious when I learned about Pacific Shaving Company’s Caffeinated After Shave. After all, I had read about caffeinated soap and wondered if that could really help.

For business travelers, the after shave comes in a 3oz travel-size container, which is perfect for those that only have carry-on bags. The snap-top lids are secure and tight, which prevent spillage when they are tucked into your briefcase’s toiletry kit.

While it may not give me the same type of buzz that a few Ventis of Starbucks would, it does tingle (thanks to argan oil and spearmint) and soften skin post-shave. It has antioxidants for your skin, and I liked that the scent was not overwhelming. it was actually quite pleasant, like a mild cologne. There is also a caffeinated shaving cream for those that use a razor, and I imagine that the spearmint and tingling are even more pleasant when using a razor since they soothe skin with each glide.

Think about the caffeinated ingredient to be more about the soft and fresh feeling that it adds to your skin rather than a brain buzz. Pacific Shaving Company has numerous shaving products that are fairly priced and keep your skin softer while providing smoother shaves. They retail on Pacific Shaving’s website and on Amazon. The lack of redness after using these products has me interested in using them both on the road and at home.

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