Men's Sensitive Shave Gel

Item # SGM101
$4.99
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Use the new men’s Sensitive Shave Gel with aloe to get the smooth shave you want.  Its sensitive formula lets the razor glide effortlessly across your face, soothing and protecting against shaving irritation. This clear gel lets you see where you are shaving with your manual or wet/dry electric shaver, and can last more than 100 shaves. It works great with the Remington WetTech™ Shaver.

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Men's Sensitive Shave Gel 4.6 5 14 14
WET DRY SHAVER NEVER THOUGHT I WOULD GET SUCH A CLOSE SHAVE WITH A ELECTRIC RAZOR IN THE SHOWER , THE GEL LEAVES MY FACE FEELING COOL AND WITH NO BURN . LOVE THE PRODUCT JUST WISH I COULD FIND IT AT LOCAL RETAIL STORES NOT JUST ONLINE June 13, 2014
Good product I have been using an electric shaver for years. My newest shaver allows me to use it wet or dry. Men's Sensitive Shave Gel leaves my face feeling a lot smoother than when I dry shave using a pre electric shave product. June 8, 2014
shave gell This shave gel is the best I have ever used. It allows an easy smooth shave with my wet/dry Remington shaver. My only complaint is that I must purchase it online and pay shipping. It says available in Target stores, but I have never been able to find it in my 2 local stores. May 22, 2014
Men's Sensitive Shave Gel First found this product at TARGET. Then is slowly disappeared off the shelves and is no longer on sale at TARGET, WALMART, etc.It is the only Gel to date that I like and works great with my electric in the shower. March 17, 2014
great product my son has very sensitive skin and lives in cold climate. we both believe this is the best shave gel / cream we have ever tried. i originally purchased at walmart but now can only find online at this site. it came very quickly. February 9, 2014
Give a good shaving experience This product provides a smooth and close shave and I would recommend it, just wish it was available in stores. January 23, 2014
Better than the other brands. Not greasy. Vastly improves shave. Good value in multi-pack. January 3, 2014
A Great Product A new product to me. I found it on-line while looking for a new rotary razor. Tried it and like it better than another product I have been using for years. November 28, 2013
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Yes, fortunately!
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definite yes--replaced "KIng of SHaves" and outdoes that product many times
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Thank you for your inquiry. No, King of Shaves is a UK brand that we were temporarily selling. Our shave gel is not replacing any product, it is a new product we have recently introduced to our customers.
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What is the best way to use this new gel? Should the skin be wet before applying the gel? Is it best to apply and use a heavy layer of gel, or a thin layer? And while shaving (because gels can sometimes become dried out in a short time) can the gel be "re-wetted" with a little water, or is it best left alone?
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Wet the skin first. A thin layer is sufficient for a medium thick beard.
The gel gets " re-wetted " when using an electric shaver. The water retained by the shaving heads during rinsing does the job.
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Thank you for your inquiry. Here are the directions that are printed on the back of this product.

Directions: Wet skin first. Squeeze a nickel-sized amount of gel into the palm of your hand. Apply a light layer to your face on the areas you will shave.

Warning: For external use only. Keep out of reach of children. Keep out of direct sunlight.
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