May 31, 2006

May Wrap-Up

Can't believe another month has gone by. This May we had three reviews - Baxter of California (awesome!), Zia for Men (great, but liked the first set better, and Billy Jealousy's Fuzzy Logic Shampoo. Hey, you send it, we'll review it.

It was also a great month for humorous shaving websites. If you haven't checked out or, you are missing some serious web-lore.

We also had our very first ShavingStuff Pop Quiz. Match the razor with the car of the same name. I hope you enjoyed it. I know I did.

Friday Facial Hair celebs included Hugh Jackman (shave it), David Spade (shave it), Richard Schiff (save it), and Emiliano Zapata (save it). It was Cinco De Mayo that day, and I try to be current.

In June we're expecting another shipment of products from Baxter of California, so stay tuned for the next review of that. Plus, Father's Day is coming up. Lots of specials to announce. And we'll take a look a guy who's taking a year off from shaving and blogging about it. Hmm... maybe he just hasn't found this site. Hope his trackbacks are working.

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May 30, 2006

New Shave Kit from Anthony Logistics for Men

Hot of the press from Anthony Logistics for Men, it's a new shaving package featuring everything you need from pre- to post-shave:

[A] complete shave kit that includes Facial Scrub (56.5 g/2 oz), Shave Cream (56.5 g/2 oz), After Shave Balm (70 g/2.5 oz) and two BONUS Pre-Shave Oil samples.

For $30.00, this shave set is a great introduction to Anthony's shave. Father's Day is coming up...

And if you're interesting in other skin care products, check out Anthony's Face Kit, featuring "Glycolic Facial Cleanser (118 ml/4fl oz), Deep Pore Cleansing Clay (56.5 g/ 2 oz), All Purpose Facial Moisturizer (70 g/ 2.5 oz)", also $30.00. A clean face is the precursor to a clean shave.

Other kits in include the Body Kit and Sun Kit, $30 and $35 respectively. Lots of ways to learn if Anthony Logistics for Men is right for you.

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May 26, 2006

Celebrity Facial Hair Friday - Hugh Jackman

This week's Celebrity Facial Hair pick is Wolverine alter-ego Hugh Jackman, star of X-Men III: The Last Stand, (opening today at a theatre near you). When not playing a superhero, Jackman is typically seen clean-shaven, and for good reason. The Wolverine look is... well... not exactly the height of fashion. It's kind of an inverse goatee. Basically you grow a full beard and shave your moustache and below your lips. Kids - don't try this at home. Regardless of which world you live in, fantasy or reality, wearing this style of beard will undoubtedly label you as a mutant.

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May 26, 2006

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May 25, 2006

Gillette's Growing (and Shrinking) Pains

Gillette_Logo_Blue.gifCouple of news items in recent days relating to the fallout of Gillette's acquisition by Procter and Gamble. First, the Gillette packaging plant in Devens, MA will be closed and relocated, causing around 100 workers to lose their jobs. From the Lowell Sun:

The "pack to order" operation, which caters to retailers that need special packaging or displays for promotional reasons, will be relocated to Greensboro, N.C., said Gillette spokesman Eric Kraus.

And on the opposite side of the org chart, Gillette CEO Jim Kilts is throwing in the towel, although

To qualify for his full bonus, he will remain as P&G “vice-chairman” until October to “oversee” the integration of Gillette into its new parent company.

You don't want to know how much money he's going to make by phoning it in for the next 5 months. But if you're a glutton for pain you can read the estimate in this Boston Herald article.

What's the lesson in all of this? It's good to be CEO. It's bad to be a temporary employee. P&G - you'll be receiving my resume for the newly open Chief Executive position. Why yes, I do have experience in the shaving industry...

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May 24, 2006

Darren Barefoot's Adventures In Shaving

Meet Darren Barefoot - blogger, shaver, experimenteur. Darren's recent project was to perform a side-by-side comparison between the new 5-bladed Gillette Fusion and the classic 2-bladed Bic Twin Select. In a piece entitled How Many Razors Blades Do I Really Need?, Darren shaves one side of his face with each. All is documented with pre-and post-shave photos, including some high-level whiteboarding sessions. (Warning - math) Read up and comment.

For those of you who are impatient, we'll cut to the chase:

Conclusions? After one shave, there’s little reason to use five blades. Maybe, over time, the cheap two-blade razor would irritate your skin more? Regardless, I think I’ll just stick with my three blades.

Nice work Darren. And for all the people who say the Fusion is expensive, check out the cost of Claritin in the receipt of Darren's purchase. Next up - the left side of Darren's face will take Claritin, and the right side will take a generic Benedryl knock-off.

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May 23, 2006

Bodygroom Zooms To #1 at Amazon

Quick update on the latest craze in body grooming - the new Philips Norelco Bodygroom is now the number one top selling item on Amazon's Health & Personal Care Top Sellers list. And, at $39.99, the item qualifies for free shipping. Now unless you've been shaving under a rock, you know the magic the Bodygroom can do for your c@¢k. But if you need a quick refresher, click on over either to Amazon (for the short video) or ShaveEverywhere (for the "extended" version) and see what all the fuss is about.

Special thanks to ShavingStuff reader Rob for calling this to our attention.

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May 22, 2006

Review of Baxter of California's Super Close Shave Formula

baxter_cream2.jpgIt's been nearly a month to the day that Baxter showed up in our house, and what a smooth shaven month it's been. We first learned about Baxter last September when ran a week-long online shaving seminar with them. Well, now it's ShavingStuff's turn, and we're so efficient we can do it all in a single day. Here we go...

Baxter of California's Super Close Shave Formula is a soft, white, virtually odorless cream, which smooths over your warm, wet face easily. This shaving cream doesn't foam up, which is great because it means you can see what you're doing. If you've got some facial sculpting going on, you'll still be able to draw within the lines. Baxter recommends you wait 30 seconds after applying before you start shaving, to let the cream work its magic. And work its magic it does.

Here's a consistent problem of mine, and perhaps yours as well - instead of my beard growing straight out of my face, some of my hairs grow parallel to the skin. It's like they grow directly downward, and unless I do some crazy skin contortions or the dreaded up-shave (big no-no), these hairs remain like little black specks after shaving. Enter magic. The best thing about Baxter's shaving cream is that it somehow gets these mutant hairs to straighten up, enough to give me a darn close shave.

Now I know you won't believe me when I tell you that until moments before writing this review I had completely forgotten that the full name of this shaving cream is Super Close Shave Formula, but I'm telling you the truth. And so is Baxter. This shaving cream will give you a super close shave.

Because Baxter shaving cream is a nice and loose cream, I also started experimenting using it with a shaving brush. No need for precision technique here, just smear a little Baxter on your face and then use a slightly wet shaving brush to work the cream into your skin, creating a nice even coat. Takes an extra minute, but badger fur feels a lot nice than your fingers on your face.

So have I convinced you to try Baxter's Super Close Shave Formula? Do I have to bring in a hot Hollywood celeb? How about Party of Five's Jennifer Love Hewitt, seen here buying her sweetie a Baxter Shaving 1,2,3 Kit, which, for $50, includes 8oz of Super Close Shave Formula, 4oz of After Shave Balm (awesome stuff!), and a pure badger hair shaving brush. (Oh, and I guess something's going on with Nick and Jessica.)

So that's it. Great shaving cream, with or without a shaving brush. Super close shave, even in the face of errant whiskers. And just like Jessica, no nicks. Baxter of California's Super Close Shave Formula is available on their website - $10 for a 5oz tube. Get some. And while you're on their site, get a 6-pack of free samples for an additional $4.25 and try out a few of their other great skin care products.

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May 19, 2006

Celebrity Facial Hair Friday - David Spade

This week's Celebrity Facial Hair Friday pick is comedy's own David Spade. A former SNL cast-member, star of countless Hollywood B movies, and now host of Comedy Central's The Showbiz Show, David Spade has definitely made a name for himself.

These days Spade is sporting the slacker, unkempt look - several days growth of beard and moustache coupled with a few missed haircut appointments. Blonde hair often makes for tough facial sculpting, and I'm not sure this works. Personally, I prefer his clean-shaven baby face to this attempt at rugged. Take a sharp razor to that sharp wit. And keep on cracking us up.

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The Best of the Blogpire

Cheapfunwines-3Another week and another Best of the Blogpire. It's been a pretty amazing week of new wines, new coffee, and new appararel here at the Blogpire. Check out the latest GPS reviews at and you should also swing by for some Zia for men reviews. And if you're looking for some new exciting Spring wines - visit
Baronet Jamaican Blue Mountain Coffee Pods
Nespresso Essenza C100 Espresso Maker
Italian Kitchen Range
Mini Kitchen Measure
Review of Zia for Men, part 2
ShavingStuff Pop Quiz!
Deal of the Day: RCA 200 watt 5.1 Channel Home Theater System with 5 DVD Changer
Go for a Job Interview and Maybe You'll be a Star
New Tees From Threadless
Flora Tank by Ella Moss
Geocaching Season is Here - Tips for the hunt
GPS Review: Garmin iQUE 3000
Coffee News: Folgers Offers Stomach-Friendly Coffee
Recipe News: Asparagus recipes
Rofo Headgear: Foam Dome 2.0?
Stranahan's Colorado Whiskey
Lazy Man's Side Dish: Alexia's Yukon Gold Creamy Mashed Potatoes and Sea Salt
A truly organic eating experience
Hold'em Drink Holder - Keep Your Table Liquid-Free
Review: G8 Game Timer
Next Wine Tasting
Bouvet Brut Signature (Sparkling Wine)

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May 18, 2006

Review of Zia for Men, part 2

It's been a while since we first reviewed Zia for Men's Skin Clearing Set, which you may remember us giving some of our highest marks. For those of you who haven't read our first review, Zia is dedicated to bringing you "natural skin care products using whole foods, pure essential oils and healing botanicals." Well, now it's time for round two. In this corner, weighing in at a 12.5 fluid ounces, in the orange trunks, all the way from Boulder Colorado, it's the Skin Hydrating Set. And in the other corner, weighing in at 165 lbs. (on a good day), in the green towel, all the way from Blogpire Productions, it's ShavingStuff.

OK, now you know the rules. I want a good, clean shave. None of those little cuts and nicks. The first sign of blood and I'm calling it.

Ding! Ding!

(Is this getting dorky or what?)

hydraclean_facewash.jpgLet's start with the HydraClean Face Wash. The face wash is a clear gel made with sea algae, aloe, and chamomile, and enriched with vitamins A and C. Now when I say clear, I mean super clear. This stuff is so clear it's actually hard to see. Once you've got it on your face the HydraClean Face Wash lightly foams up to gently clean your skin. I would recommend this gel to all skin types, oily to dry. The thing is getting it on your face can be quite a challenge. The gel is so clear, and has such high surface tension, that it's actually really hard to get it to stick to your skin. And if you accidentally drop your little squirt in the sink, good luck finding it.

Now it may sound like I'm going off on this stuff, but the truth is that I liked it so much I completely finished the tube, and I'm ready to go buy more. This gel has my full endorsement. Just some advice to Zia - maybe add a little color, so we can see it more easily, and make it a little more mushy, so application is easier.

hydrasheild_shavecream.jpgNext up is the HydraShield Shave Cream, made from glycerin, algae, grapeseed oil, aloe, and chamomile for good measure. I'm just going to cut to the chase. I liked Zia's ActiShield Shave Gel better. Again, I don't want this to sound like a negative review, because I truly thought this shaving cream was good, it's just that ActiShield Shave Gel is better. For me, HydraShield wasn't as slick, and I didn't feel like I was getting the same level of protection against cuts or nicks. Both gave great shave in the end, it's just the HydraShield didn't leave that slickness which I like for the second touch-up strokes. Also, even though the HydraShield is fragrance-free, it has a slightly lemony scent which wasn't my favorite.

DualAction.jpgOK, last but not least, DualAction Face Lotion. This stuff kicks so much ass, I only wish I had more of it. I use it in the morning after I shave, after a shower when I don't shave, in the evening after I wash my face. I'm sure it also cures the common cold, solves world hunger, and is a renewable source of energy. I love it. To quote my previous review:

Especially great if you have an oily face, the lotion adds just the right amount of moisture and nothing more. None of the Zia shaving products have an overwhelming smell, but I think the face lotion is the most pronounced. Slightly lemony or citrusy with a hint of black pepper. Can't quite put my finger on it, but it's good.

So there you have it. The Zia Skin Hydrating Set is $19.95 from their website, and is a total steal. I personally liked the Skin Clearing Set a little better, but I liked the HydraClean Face Wash from this set better than the ActiClean Face Scrub from the other. So get them both and decide.

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May 17, 2006

ShavingStuff Pop Quiz!

Oh boy, I seriously hope you studied. It's pop quiz time! Put your books under your desk, take out a number 2 pencil, and keep those eyes on your own paper now.

Match the razor on the left with the car of the same name on the right.

Ready... go!

A 1
B 2
C 3
D 4

Answers after the jump...

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May 16, 2006

Bic's Answer (or Predecessor) to

YouTube Time! Check out this 20 second commercial for Bic's Comfort Twin razor, in which a certain unshaven man undoes a particularly busty woman's medical enhancements. Same theme as Gillette's site.

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May 15, 2006

BuzzSkin’s iPod GiveAway

OK, so it's clearly a promotion for them to sign people up for an email list, but hey, it's nothing we at ShavingStuff might not do in the future. And, you might win a free iPod. How does it work? Just click on over to the BuzzSkin iPod Giveaway page, think of 5 people who won't kill you for giving out your email address, and submit. That's it. Don't worry, you still have your soul, and you probably still have your friends. But if you win the iPod, I know five people who are going to be very jealous. Six, actually, including me.

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May 12, 2006

Celebrity Facial Hair Friday - Richard Schiff

rschiff.jpgIn honor of the series finale of TV's The West Wing this Sunday, we're choosing full-bearded Richard Schiff as today's Celebrity Facial Hair pick. Schiff has faithfully played moral high-grounded Toby Ziegler during the show's 7 year run, whose recent actions of divulging classified information of a military space shuttle have left his character facing a prison sentence. Will he or won't he be pardoned by the outgoing president? Tune in Sunday to find out.

Schiff's look is classic - full beard, full moustache. But don't let it's simplicity fool you. To maintain this look you need to carefully shave your upper cheeks and neck line. One errant stroke and you've got some serious damage control. Also, you need to constantly trim your beard so you don't go all crazy professor. I like to think of Schiff's beard as "academic kept in check." Well done.

Shave it or save it? While the West Wing's time is definitely up, Schiff's beard is timeless. I say save it.

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Get the Latest Each Week from BlogPire Productions

Shavingstuff 150 Macnn-1We know you have a busy life and a busy schedule, and that's why everyone here at BlogPire Productions wants to make it easier for you to get the latest news from any of our sites and not just the one you visit everyday. We've provided below a list of all our sites and a short description along with a link for you to use if you'd like to receive news from any of those sites each Monday morning. It's really easy - just click the link - sign up and you'll get the list of headlines sent to you via email. Thanks again for reading us and check out some of the other great news from BlogPire Productions.

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May 9, 2006

Gillette's Viral Marketing Site -

noscruf_logo.gifOn first glance, looks like a forgotten website, built in the late 90s, and somehow still faithfully serving up its content. From the once-cute javascript text which annoyingly follows your mouse, to the horribly-colored animated buttons, to the spinning globe at the bottom, appears to be a relic of the web's infancy.

noscruf_terry.jpgBut look a little closer and you'll see the beginnings of a viral marketing campaign, aimed squarely at today's young web-savvy men. Remember Burger King's Subservient Chicken? The site purports to be about a movement of women rebelling against scruf - the several day's of sandpapery growth made famous in the '80s by Don Johnson and recently revived by Sawyer and Jack on Lost. In reality the site is owned by Procter and Gamble, and is an experiment in marketing for Gillette.

The quality of the content is extremely high. The movie "In Your Dreams, Stubble Boy" is in league with any of the BMW Films of recent years, and is actually pretty darn funny (if you're into shaving, which of course you are), as is the fake newscast "Latest Live NoScruf Coverage". A word of warning before you view the movies (which you must) - you're about to look at a lot of very attractive women with intentionally hairy armpits, legs, and unibrows. This content is for mature audiences only.

Quite a good time for shaving/web/humor. Last week we had the Norelco BodyGroom site which offers to make your d!$% look bigger, and who could forget Schick's kitschy infomercials at starring Kato Kaelin. We're glad to see the major players in the shaving world pushing the envelope in online marketing. Keep it up! Oh, and keep shaving.

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May 8, 2006

Would You Shave With a Dorco?

What's in a name? That which we call a razor
By any other word would shave as close.

Guess old Bill hadn't heard of the Dorco. Here's some advice - if you're going to release a razor in the english-speaking world, have someone check if your name sounds... well... dorky. Everyone remembers the classic mistake made by Chevrolet when they release the "Nova" to spanish speaking countries. And who can forget Dockers' classic blunder when they introduced the "StinkyPants" in Australia. You've got to check the translation.

Anyway, for all you ladies in the hizzouse, Dorco has released it's new "Shai" razor for women. According to

Its green color and slender design remind us of a fresh leaf.

Ahh... fresh leaf...

‘Shai’ features micro tilted grinding system coated with micro thin film, and its long lasting blade leaves moist and comfortable feeling after shaving.

Ahh... moist leaves...

The Dorco "Shai" is available in Korean, and maybe elsewhere. I don't really know.

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I'm Old

bj_on_myspace.jpgHi. I'm old. Know how I know I'm old? Because I don't get MySpace.

Now you might say "Russ, you blog. That's young and hip." And to some extent, you'd be right. But the real generation gap in my book is MySpace. If you get it - young, if not - old. I, sadly, am old.

Billy Jealousy is now on MySpace. You remember Billy Jealousy - one of our favorite shaving creams out there. And now he's on MySpace. Smart move. Why? I have no idea. I just know it's smart.

So if you use MySpace, and chances are you do, click on over to and become a friend. Or leave a comment. Or do something. And then tell me what you did, so I can learn how to be young again.

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May 5, 2006

Celebrity Facial Hair Friday - Emiliano Zapata

Today is Cinco de Mayo, a holiday most Americans lovingly embrace with shots of tequila and an overindulgence in beer. Hmm... sounds like a typical weekend at a frat house. So in honor of Cinco de Mayo, and general American ignorance, we're picking Emiliano Zapata as our Facial Hair Friday Celeb. Even though Ignacio Zaragoza led the Mexican army in its defeat against the French on May 5th, 1862, he has no facial hair. Zapata (which is a female shoe if high-school Spanish serves), and his brother Eufemio pictured right, have wonderful, big, bushy, stereotypical moustaches. Those things are old-school. Don't see many of them these days.

And, to bring things to an even lower level, here's a little article from Ohio State University's U Weekly which introduces the concept of Cinco de Moustache. Hmm... any chance this idea was formed after shots of tequila and an overindulgence in beer?

Once again special thanks to Wikipedia for the history lesson, and apologies to my high-school spanish teachers.

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The Best of the Blogpire

Gps Lodge Findwhatyoulove-1Another week and of course another best of the Blogpire. We're very excited to have all of our web sites on new faster hosting along with shiny monthly roundups on many of our sites to catch you up.

Single Serve Coffee
Review: Timothy's Rainforest Espresso Coffee Pods for Senseo, Home Cafe, & Other Single Serve Coffee Makers
April 2006 Monthly Roundup for

Just The Chips
Palm Poker
Professional Poker: The Essential Guide to Playing for a Living

Kitchen Contraptions
Easy-Lock Corn Tongs
Monthly Roundup for Kitchen Contraptions

Shaving Stuff Has Moved to
Review of Billy Jealousy's Fuzzy Logic

TV Snob
Amazon DVD Releases Coming May 02, 2006
April 2006 Monthly Roundup for TVSnob

Shirt Snob
Busted Tees has new T-shirts
Sale at Threadless

GPS Lodge
GPS Lodge: Monthly Round Up for April 2006 Promotion: 5% off GPS units

The Cooking News
Recipe News: Taste of Home Recipes
Recipe News: McDonald's "Big Mac" and "Big Mac" sauce

Liquor Snob
Flaming Jell-O Shots, Anyone?
Liquor Snob Monthly Roundup: April 2006

Really Natural
Minute Maid All Natural Lemonade
Steaz Organic Green Tea Soda: Root Beer

Critcal Gamers
April '06 Roundup for
Battles of the Third Age Expansion - Tactical Gameplay Preview

Cheap Fun Wines
2002 Fife Redhead Red
Who Overrates Sauvignon Blanc??

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May 4, 2006

"The Bodygroom Can Help Make Your D!%# Look Bigger"

Oh my god. Please, please click over to and have a good laugh. The site introduces the Philips Norelco BG2020 Men's Bodygroom, which until recently wasn't available in the US. (We covered it back in July of '05 when it was out in the UK.)

But I digress. The site - I've poo-pooed Flash in the past, and I'm still not crazy about it, but if it can deliver this type of marketing and humor, I guess I'll have to change my mind.

Look, by the time you're reading this it's probably going to be Friday, or maybe Monday morning if you're one of our email subscribers, and you're likely not in any mood to do real work. I'm not going to spoil it for you, aside from the title of this post. Just click, and enjoy.

And if you're interested, the Norelco Men's Bodygroom is available at Amazon for $39.99. Special thanks to all readers who sent this in, including Charles and Ben.

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May 3, 2006

Reader Review of King of Shaves' Micro Magnetically Enhanced Shaving Gel

magnagel_mme.jpgBack in December we posted about King of Shaves' Micro Magnetically Enhanced Shaving Gel. Recently ShavingStuff reader Jeff tried a little science experiment and wrote in with this review:

I bought some of this stuff recently, and I gotta tell you, I was really surprised to learn that the stuff truly does appear magnetic. I squirted some on the head of my Norelco electric shaver (the one with the gel packs) and then turned it on. No joke, this stuff started to ooze in the direction of the blades rotation! It truly did! Just to make sure this wasn't normal and perhaps I've never noticed before, I washed it off and repeated the same process with some kinda face goop my girlfriend uses. It isn't meant for shavning or anything, but it's about the same consistency. Well, with that stuff on the shaving heads, turning on the blades didn't do a thing. They just spun and spun under the goop. It didn't budge. I rinsed it off, added some of this stuff again, fired it back up, and sure enough, it started moving around the rings. The spinning metal really did draw the gel closer. It was crazy; crazy-awesome! =)

King of Shaves' MagnaGel MME Shaving Gel is $6.74 at 6.74? Crazy exchange rate!

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May 2, 2006 Has Moved to

Back in April we updated an old post about, a site covering men's and women's pubic shaving issues, to say that the site no longer existed and appeared to be owned now by Turns out the domain was hijacked, and now belongs to someone else. Totally lame. But the good news is that Pubic Shaving is back, this time at Thanks to Tom for writing in and letting us know of your new home. We're glad you're back. Oh, and keeping posting those pictures of women who shave their pubic region. They're very... educational.

You can also buy Pubic Shavers here...

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May 1, 2006

Review of Billy Jealousy's Fuzzy Logic

As we mentioned a couple weeks ago, our friends over at Billy Jealousy have introduced a new shampoo into their line of skin care products called Fuzzy Logic. They sent us a sample which we've been using now for about 5 days. Now I don't really know much about shampoo, or what to look for when reviewing it, but here's my one piece of anecdotal evidence - ShavingStuff wife remarked (totally unprovoked) "Hey, you smell good." after I used it for the first time. Is it possible that I've never smelled good before? Naw. Must be the shampoo.

Fuzzy Logic has a nice, pepperminty smell to it. It also has ingredients to block DHT, which leads to hairloss. (I had to look that up.) And, according to the back of the bottle:

Unfortunately, Fuzzy Logic does not come with a small stick to beat back your anxious hordes of admirers.

So, to rectify this obvious omission, here is a list of ShavingStuff recommended small sticks:

Fuzzy Logic is available now at for $22.

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