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    So its been sixteen hours since i shaved and i can feel the stubble as opposed to the super smoothness that is there after i shave. I keep thinking about building a lather but i know I'm going to shave in the morning. Help I'm addicted. Anyone else have this problem
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    I'm Mike & I'm a shave soap addict. MichaelFrancis's Avatar
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    Not me, my hair doesn't grow back quick enough. I wish it did.

    You're perfectly fine. Enjoy!
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    Quote Originally Posted by gunsandbibles View Post
    So its been sixteen hours since i shaved and i can feel the stubble as opposed to the super smoothness that is there after i shave. I keep thinking about building a lather but i know I'm going to shave in the morning. Help I'm addicted. Anyone else have this problem
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    Quote Originally Posted by gunsandbibles View Post
    So its been sixteen hours since i shaved and i can feel the stubble as opposed to the super smoothness that is there after i shave. I keep thinking about building a lather but i know I'm going to shave in the morning. Help I'm addicted. Anyone else have this problem

    You need to UN-perfect your shaving skills. Treat yourself to some first rate razor burn. It'll help temper the enthusiasm.
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