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Thread: Musgo Real shave cream

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    Bought 3 tubes of Musgo Real shaing cream at a local Winners outlet for $10 CAD/$7.50 USD/5.80 GBP/6.85 Euros. Quite happy about that.

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    Now that's a deal.

    I've always liked the scents of Musgo.
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    Quote Originally Posted by thebigspendur View Post
    Now that's a deal.

    I've always liked the scents of Musgo.
    Yes, on both counts. I'd never buy it at the regular asking price on the net.

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    I like the green pack, or I believe it’s called classic. That’s a super deal. I’m pretty happy you introduced me to it way back when.
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    Quote Originally Posted by RezDog View Post
    I like the green pack, or I believe it’s called classic. That’s a super deal. I’m pretty happy you introduced me to it way back when.
    You are welcome for the introduction. Yes, the Classic is an excellent shave cream and has a nice scent. I used the one with the "Oak Moss" scent today and it is as good as the classic and the scent is also nice and not overbearing. Next up is the "Lime Basil" followed by the "Lavender". I don't expect the performance to change but am curious as to the scents.

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    Great deal on some very nice creams. My vote is for the Oak Moss.
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    Quote Originally Posted by evnpar View Post
    Great deal on some very nice creams. My vote is for the Oak Moss.
    Thank you and I suspect my vote will go to the "Oak Moss" scent when all is said and done too. It really is very nice.

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    I have now used all 3 and find I like the scent of the Oak Moss the best followed by the Lavender and the Lime Basil last. The lather from all 3 was rich, thick and slick. Just a very nice shave cream.

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    Try mixing a little lavender and oakmoss - that’s the basis of most fougeres if my memory isn’t fooling me, and maybe it is lol. Anyway I’ve done that and it’s pretty nice.
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