Heath Cream Shave & Post Shave Repair
I’ve got to say, and I’ve got to be honest about this - I didn’t really expect too much from this product. I knew that it was a good product, but I didn’t think that it would perform like other artisan type products. Well I’m pleased to say that this really does. Heath from England. This is the Cream Shave which I’ve used on a number of occasions, and I absolutely love it. It’s a blend of 9 hard and soft soaps.
One of the ingredients is Tasmanian Pepper believe it or not. It lathers up a storm. It’s wonderful cushiony lather. Very very effective. I tested it and put it through its paces. It can take a bit of water which I love. You can put it straight on your face, which I did. I just dabbed a little bit on my wet face and built up the lather with the brush. Which brings me to another very important point.
You can use this with or without a brush, but with a brush of course, we’re talking next level. If you’re new to wet-shaving this is definitely a very good place to start.
Why? Because of its reasonable price point and efficacy. It works. It really works.
The Post Shave Repair is something that I have used with it. This is incredibly rich. Which means you only require a very small amount. We’ve heard it time and time again, a small amount goes a long way. Well it is so true with this that it’s almost ridiculous. I used a little too much the very first time, and I just kept smearing it and smearing it. Luckily it’s easily absorbed, so there was no problem there. But I think that if you’re using this in the warmer months, then just apply it after your shave to damp skin. You don’t need to towel dry, your skin... just pat it lightly so as its still damp (not soaking) to the touch.
And then apply it - just put it to moist skin and you’ll find that it works a treat. I think its strength is use in the cooler months. The Post Repair Balm will definitely protect you post-shave. So that’s it. Heath Cream Shave, and Heath Post Shave repair.
Give them a go!