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    Quote Originally Posted by Cangooner View Post
    The lavender is fantastic. It's especially nice if you shave at night because lavender is such a relaxing scent.
    Any tips out of the norm on the best way to create good lather with this cream??
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    Quote Originally Posted by Brenngun View Post
    Any tips out of the norm on the best way to create good lather with this cream??
    I'm sure it will depend on your water, so what works here might not in TO, but I find it really, really easy to lather. I put a snurdle of cream in my scuttle, and just start whipping up the lather. I usually find I have to add a bit of water a few times by wetting the tips of the brush. But apart from that, it's just a matter of patience and it should lather up nicely.

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    Castle Forbes Lavender is a great way to start the day. Soak your brush, shake it off, gently place it in the cream, lift out a dime-size amount of cream, lather in a bowl with an amount of water equal to the cream, and let the party begin! One of life's pleasures. The Castle Forbes Lime is equally great.
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