Shaving for women and most men are a big part of their lives, and should be very important. I know some people that don’t use very good razors or shaving cream- or any at all. When I shave I seem to use a lot of cream, but I figure the more I use and the better the later I get it seems to reduce the cuts I get- if I get any at all. Which in turn I go through a lot of cans of shave cream! When you are on a set budget, even a few dollars extra a couple times a month gets to be rough spending. I had to find another way!
Legacy Shave happened to reach out to me recently about a product they were promoting- The Evolution Brush. Its a brush that attaches to any can- any size, gel or cream. The brush reminded me of the old fashioned way that they used to shave with the homemade creams, brushes and straight razors. After doing my research I found out that the brushes purpose is to stimulate the hair follicles to give the user a cleaner and closer shave. What I really liked most about it is, it’s not limited to only men’s use. I enjoyed using it to shave my legs, too! The brush makes for the use of needing less shaving cream- which was a blessing for me! The brush also was super soft and it was like I was massaging my legs as I was lathering for my shave. Not only are they great to have at home, but they make great gifts for dad, grads and even stocking stuffers for Christmas!
About (taken from website): Let’s just say the name of our company is exactly what it means to us, the two founding brothers. It involves what is closest to our hearts and that is family and legacy. With that, we want to introduce to you our company LEGACY SHAVE and The Evolution Brush, Legacy Shave Pre Shave Oil, Legacy Shave After Shave Balm, and soon more Legacy Shave products to come.
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