December 29, 2006

Celebrity Facial Hair Friday - You

fog_free_mirror.jpgHere's the thing about Time magazine's proclamation that the Person of the Year is "You". Even though it's the most inane thing you've ever heard, everyone is talking about it. It's a brilliant PR move.

So, this week's Celebrity Facial Hair Friday pick is You - the ShavingStuff reader. Thanks for another wonderful year. You've helped this blog grow and reach more people, more faces, more beards. Take a good hard look at yourself in the mirror (that's an image of a mirror on the right) and give yourself a hearty congratulations. And if you've got a cheesy mustache, shave it. Start the new year fresh.

Happy New Year from all of us at!

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December 28, 2006

USB Rechargeable Shaver

A couple years ago some company came out with a USB flashlight, which seemed like the most ridiculous thing in the world. Recently there was the USB hot pot, which while ridiculous, kept your coffee warm while you typed away on your laptop. Here's the latest entry in USB ridiculousness - a USB Rechargeable Shaver. And no, you really don't need it. But, like any oddity, it's worth a look.
Each morning you wake up, brush your teeth, get dressed, and leave for work. Hold on a minute - you seemed to have missed a step! How could you forget to shave? Unfortunately, time is at a premium and you do not have the luxury of returning home for a quick shave. There is the Rechargeable USB Shaver that comes in a lightweight and portable design that keeps the 5 o'clock shadow away at all times. Say goodbye to battery problems by simply plugging it into any available USB port.

Could you imagine leaning over to a guy on the subway and asking him if you could plug in to his USB port for a minute? You know, in five years that will probably be commonplace.

The USB Rechargeable Shaver is $22 at Warning - the site is dog slow.

Via Engadget

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December 27, 2006

Facial Hair Club For Men T-Shirt

Here's another shaving T-shirt worth a look from It's the Facial Hair Club for Men available in men's and women's sizes for $15 - $17. (Actually men's large is sold out.) This lovely T shows 25 different facial hair styles from the classic "Handlebars" and "Security Guard" to the more exotic "Fu Manchu" and "Guy Fawkes". There are also a couple for the pop culture freaks in all of us, including the "Backstreet", the "90210", and the "ZZ". That's ZZ Top, for you all young 'uns.
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December 26, 2006

The Phuture of Shaving With Philips

zap.jpgPhilips, maker of the ever-popular BodyGroom, has just patented the future of shaving - and it's not a twenty seven-bladed razor cartridge. In the future you're going to be shaving with light. Did I just blow your mind?

Now we've all heard about electrolysis - lasers zapping hair follicles which can be, not surprisingly, somewhat painful and leave the skin irritated.

Researchers at Philips’ Lab in Eindhoven, in the Netherlands, have found that short, weak pulses of near infrared light causes follicles to change from their natural growing state to a dormant state, known as the "telogen phase".

Zappity zap... hair stops growing. That was easy.

No real news on when this device will reach the mainstream market, or exactly how it will work, but Philips claims that "Three treatment sessions, over the course of two weeks, reduces hair growth by 90%".

Here's the link to the full patent - "Device and method for low intensity optical hair growth control ".

Via Engadget with additional info from NewScientist.

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December 22, 2006

Celebrity Facial Hair Friday - Santa Claus

200px-Santa_usairforce.jpgIt's the penultimate Celebrity Facial Hair Friday of 2006 and who better to profile but good old Saint Nick. I'm talking about Santa Claus. Mr. North Pole. Raindeer Man. I'm also talking about the creepy old man at the mall with a line of kids in front of him.

And of course, I'm talking about that big, flowing, bushy, white beard. Nice facial hair Santa! If you were a modern day invention that look would be trademarked.

Speaking of modern day inventions, here's a popular myth busted by Wikipedia:

Images of Santa Claus were further cemented through Haddon Sundblom's depiction of him for The Coca-Cola Company's Christmas advertising. The popularity of the image spawned urban legends that Santa Claus was in fact invented by Coca-Cola or that Santa wears red and white because those are the Coca-Cola colors. Both claims are false.

Thanks Wikipedia. And Merry Christmas. And Merry Christmas to all you ShavingStuff readers. Hope you've been nice. And if you've been naughty, I hope it was worth it.

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December 21, 2006

Baxter of California on the Today Show

Todayshowfashion.gifMissed the today show this morning? Then you missed GQ magazine's style editor Adam Rapoport talking about some great last minute gifts for your man. Luckily the entire clip is here on Oh, and what did he just say about 3 minutes in? Did he just recommend Baxter of California men's grooming products? I think he did! In fact here's the list of products that were on display:

Baxter of California is a men's-only skincare line. The design is smart and masculine; the quality is excellent. A guy will never go out and buy this stuff on his own—at least not until you get him hooked on it.

Now get moving! Only a handful of days left until Christmas.

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December 20, 2006

"Shave the Whales" - The 4th Dilbert Book

shaveTheWhales.jpgOK, this probably doesn't have much to do with shaving, but I just came across the fourth Dilbert book "Shave the Whales" from 1994 and had a good laugh. If anyone doesn't know where the original inspiration for the British or American versions of The Office comes from, it's here. The movie Office Space also owes much to Scott Adams' satirical commentary on the workplace. Sadly, twelve years later these jokes still ring true.

You don't have to buy the book to read it. Click on over to Amazon and then click the image of the book title to get into "Explore this book" mode. You can page through most of the book online.

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December 19, 2006

Last Minute Deals from ZIRH and Skin Store

zirh.gifZIRH has a bunch of ideas for the last minute shopper. Click on over to their Holiday Gift Center for some inspiration. Also, spend at least $49 at ZIRH and get free 2-day shipping. Offer expires this Wednesday 12/21/06, but if you make your purchase by then your gift will arrive in time for Christmas. Use promotion code "freebar" when you check out and get a free holiday body bar as well.

Also, Skin Store is offering free next-day Fedex shipping on orders over $125. Details are here. This offer also ends tomorrow (Wednesday), so snap it up if you're still a gift or two short. Don't miss the 10% off coupon code "GIFT10R" when you check out.

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December 18, 2006

This Just In - Brave Soldier

braveSoldier.jpgGot a bunch of Brave Soldier products in from Details for Men - Brave Shave ($15), Shower Shave ($17), and Code Blue ($18). Shower Shave? Yep. This is the first product we've gotten in for review specifically designed for people who shave in the shower. Supposedly it works great for men and women, and for wet/dry electric razors. Fascinating. Can't wait to try it out.

Brave Soldier's first product was Antiseptic Healing Ointment ($12), designed for athletes who needed to treat scrapes, cuts, and bruises from their occasional missteps. From there they expanded into a whole line of men's grooming products aimed at those with an active lifestyle.

Brave Soldier is specially formulated for those who demand the best. Because we believe that bravery takes many forms, we strive to serve not only the skin care needs of hard core sports enthusiasts like adventure racers, pro cyclists, rock climbers and x-gamers, but also the folks who blend a work week with a little rollerblading, jogging, or enjoying a ride along the bike path.

Nice. I like to do about an hour of Parkour in the morning before I shave. All the kids are doing it. I need an x-treme skin care system for my x-treme workout. Shaving with Mountain Dew just wasn't cutting it.

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December 17, 2006

Last Minute Shaving Gift Ideas

You've only got a few days left before Christmas, but don't fear - overnight shipping is still an option. The ShavingStuff 2006 Holiday Guide is still your best option for a round-up of all the shaving essentials you'll need to satisfy even the pickiest man on your list. Shaving Kits, Electric Razors, Heading Shaving, Accessories, even suggestions on the full-body shave down. Click on over and see the complete guide.

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December 15, 2006

Celebrity Facial Hair Friday - Steve Wozniak

Apple was founded by two Steves - Steve Jobs and Steve Wozniak. You've heard of the first one, right? Who hasn't. But the other Steve? Not so much. See, Jobs has the business and marketing down. He's smooth and commanding. Wozniak - he was the nerd in the background making the computer. Literally.

Wozniak, or "Woz" as he's affectionately known, has been in the news recently for his new book - iWoz: From Computer Geek to Cult Icon: How I Invented the Personal Computer, Co-Founded Apple, and Had Fun Doing It. Two colons in the title? One wasn't enough for you?

Woz has... how do I say this nicely... always liked his food. And one way to cover up the rather large face which comes from being a tad portly is by growing a beard. A thick, full beard. He's had one for most of his adult life. In fact he and George Lucas have pretty much trended the same throughout the years. These days the beard is a little more salt than pepper, and appears to have receded slightly, although that might just be the illusion of lighter hair. It has finally started to look dignified. Started. The inner nerd is still there. Save the facial hair Steve. And maybe shed a few pounds. We'd like you to stick around a little longer.

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December 14, 2006

The Skinny on the Samples

anthonySample.gifGot a bunch of samples in recently from Foreman and it made me realize something - not all samples are created equal. There are good samples, and there are bad samples. Well, there really aren't any bad samples. There are just some samples that are far and away superior to other samples.

For example, the samples you get from Anthony Logistic for Men - big and generous. You will easily get two, possibly three usages out of each sample if you're careful. Same goes for samples from MenScience. No skimping here. Kiehl's also gives a good amount, although I haven't seen any online men's grooming site offer this brand. Typically I've gotten my Kiehl's samples directly from a store.

Then there's the next level of samples - resealable. That rules. eShave is a prime example of this. Their samples come in a tiny screw-top jar. Perfect for a short business trip. Refill it when you get home for the next.

Most shaving sites send you free samples with each order, including Foreman. Some sites allow you to pick you own. Consider this advice when choosing your next selection.

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Josh Shockley Shaves

as06.jpgWe're days away from the end of 2006. Time to check in on our friend Josh Shockley and see how the year of anti-shaving is going.

What?!? No!!! He shaved! Why? Why, man, why?

I shaved because I got tired of having a beard. It's that simple. I got tired of the way it felt, the length, the looks I got, and a ton of other reasons. It was really cool to have a beard for 9 months straight. I set a goal and didn't reach it. So what? That's a part of life. I think I'll keep this blog as I have always had interesting things on my mind but felt they were a little out of place for this blog.

What did you shave with? What did you trim that beard with first? Did you leave any facial hair? What do you look like now? So many questions left unanswered. All right. Good try Josh. There's always next year.

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December 13, 2006

Adrian Grenier Likes ZIRH. Shouldn't You?

grenier.jpgA while back we blogged about Jerry Ferrara - aka "Turtle" on Entourage, and his use of ZIRH products. Turns out he's not the only cast-member who likes that brand. Sources close to the production inform us that Adrian "Vince" Grenier is also a fan. (Sources = ZIRH email and website). Adrian uses PREPARE shave oil as well as DEFEND SPF 15 Face Moisturizer.

We reviewed ZIRH products at the end of the summer and found them to be top notch. We also recommended any of the ZIRH gift sets in our recent gift guide if you're looking to upgrade someone this holiday season to the finer things in life. And don't forget - ShavingStuff readers can get 12% off orders of $40 or more between now and the end of the year at when entering the coupon code 'ShavingStuff' at checkout.

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December 12, 2006

Review of REN Tamanu Shaving Oil and Multi-Vitamin Aftershave Balm

renShavingOil.gifFor the past couple weeks we've been shaving with products from REN, courtesy of Details for Men. The first thing you'll notice about REN is the cool packaging. Clear plastic cylinders with pump tops - seals the contents inside so they don't oxidize; provides a clean and easy way to get a small amount out. Also, fits easily into a travel bag. Genius. Why can't more products be packaged like this?

Let's start with REN Tamanu High Glide Shaving Oil. Can I just say was a pleasure it's been to shave with a clear product again? Guys - if you're using a white thick foam and can't see your skin under your shaving cream, come on over to the light side. REN goes on clear. It has a slight beige tint which allows you to see what parts of your face you've covered and what you've missed, but you see all your skin in all its glory. Trying to maintain a goatee? No problem. Got a trouble spot you always nick yourself on? Steer clear. Great shave. No mess. No gunking up your razor.

REN has a commitment to using high quality natural ingredients. Even items which sound foreign and chemical have their source sited. Butyrospermum Parkll?!? Oh, that's Shea Butter. Cetaearyl Glucoside?!? Ah, that's from corn. I love corn. Corn is nice.

REN Tamanu High Glide Shaving Oil is £15 at REN's website. Why anyone would want a 15 pound bottle of shaving cream is beyond me. I suggest you click on over to Details for Men and buy the $28/1.7 ounce version. Much easier to handle.

renAftershave.gifNext up is REN Multi-Vitamin Soothing Aftershave Balm. True to REN's natural ingredient commitment, this aftershave contains "no Petrochemicals, Sulfates, Parabens, Synthetic Fragrance, Synthetics Colors, TEA, DEA, Glycols, Silicones, & PEGS." ShavingStuff wife was all over this stuff. She's using it, and she's insisting that I use it. REN aftershave balm has a pleasing mild floral scent. It almost reminds me of lavender, but I could be picking the wrong flower here. Anyway, not meant for dad. Meant for you. Again, love the pump top. Your skin will drink this up. £19.50 from REN's website. $45 from Details for Men.

We highly recommend REN products for all types of shaves, shavers, and skin-types.

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December 11, 2006

This Just In - Philips Norelco BodyGroom

philipsBodyGroomSmall.jpgPeople often ask me "Russ, you talk a good talk. But can you walk the walk?" Well, all my talk is about to get put to the test. Seems Christmas came early in ShavingStuff land and a couple of Philips Norelco BodyGrooms showed up on our doorstep last week. One of them had my name on it. And while I may write the occasional pubic shaving piece, I've never actually shaved anything besides the whiskers on my face. However, for the love of the game, I and several other lucky ShavingStuff volunteers will be putting the BodyGroom to the test.

The BodyGroom website all but guarantees an extra "optical inch." But what if you're metric? The instructions say "The Groomer should only be used on skin below the neckline." Is that true? Those answer and more, coming soon in the review.

Just to be clear, I will not be posting any before and after pictures. We've got keep some level of decency.

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December 8, 2006

This Just In - Urth

Our friends at Details for Men sent over another shaving kit they recommend - the Urth Perfect Travel Kit, which features:
  • Face Wash, 2 oz
  • Shave Formula, 2 oz
  • Face Balm SPF 15, 2 oz
  • Face Scrub, 2 oz
  • Mesh Travel Bag for easy storage

First of all - face balm with SPF 15. Excellent. Even in the winter. Ever get sunburned from light reflected off snow? Not fun. Plus, your face is drier in the cold. Second - White Tea. Ever smelled it? Heavenly. I swear you could get rid of every other scent in the world besides white tea and I'd be fine. I can't wait to try this product line out.

From the Urth website:

We have perfected our formulations using the best-of-class ancient Asian herbs, pure essential oils, vitamins and phyto-nutrients. At urth, our focus is on efficacy, we infuse key active ingredients in our products that are vital in helping protect a man's skin from damage caused by the environment and the stress of daily life. Our formulations are light and clean in aroma, non-greasy and leave the skin looking fresh and healthy throughout the day.

Score one for yourself or a loved one at Details for Men for only $59. Tack on a free B. Kamins Sea Protein Foaming Cleanser with any order over $50 and you've got yourself a deal. Plus choose your own free sample.

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Celebrity Facial Hair Friday - John Bolton

I don't want this shaving blog to become political, but the obvious choice for Celebrity Facial Hair Friday this week is soon-to-be-former US Ambassador to the UN - John Bolton. And while most of his colleagues took issue with his brash, abrasive style, we're taking issue with his mustache. What is up with that thing? First of all, it needs a trim. Actually, all the hair on his head needs a trim. Secondly, it needs to match. Either color the mustache, or stop coloring the hair. Seriously dude, you look ridiculous. Anyone else think this guy looks like Wilfred Brimley at his worst? (Apparently so.)

Save it or shave it? Start with a shave. Then proceed to a haircut. That's "two bits" of advice.

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December 7, 2006

Baxter of California T-Shirt

Yep. That's me. Shaving.

And what am I wearing? Nothing but a towel and my brand new Baxter of California EVO T-shirt.

product_71.jpgI had hoped that shot would come out better. You really can't see the design on the T. (ShavingStuff wife is may not be Ansell Adams, but she can snap a great pic. I think me and the ShavingStuff lighting intern need to have a talk.) Luckily we've got a better photo of it on the left. It's the evolution of man, done ascii style. Part of the recent Baxter of California redesign, and of course their slogan - "The Evolution of Men's Grooming."

Want one of your own? Only $20 at Click on over a better shave. Leave there with a better shirt.

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Foreman(.com) - Manage the Mind and Body

Here's another men's grooming and shaving website which is worth a look - Foreman.

Many guys want to look good, but they want to streamline the process of getting there. Instead of sorting through every product available they would rather get right to the best. The Foreman concept was developed by a couple guys and a girl (just to get that female perspective) to achieve that very goal. [...] We do the testing and provide only the highest quality products for a man’s daily regimen.

Hallelujah. Nothing worse than reading tons and tons of opinions, only to be more confused than when you started. (Hmm... maybe I should condense some of the posts on this site.) Anyway, Formen offers quality brands like Jack Black, bullie, Anthony Logistics for Men, and The Art of Shaving. They've also got you covered in areas like face, sun, and tools. If you're still into the Mach3, check out their selection of eShave 3 Blades Razors with cool translucent handles. Are those from the future?

If you're in a pinch this holiday season, check out Foreman's kits and gifts page for some great suggestions at reasonable prices.

Finally, check out the Grooming Tips section of the site too. Clear and concise articles on all topics including shaving, face, hair, and fashion. And when no one else is looking, scroll down to the "Sensitive Subjects" section and read every single entry. If any of these apply to you, remedy the situation immediately. Don't worry, they've got recommended products ready to go.

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December 6, 2006

Panasonic ES7056S Vortex HydraClean Men's Shaver - Now With Fog-Free Mirror!

We've blogged about the Panasonic ES7056S Vortex Triple Head HydraClean Men's Shaver before, with it's hot wet/dry shaving action, "full 30-degree inner blade angle", and "Panasonic's unique HydraClean Hygienic Cleaning System". Damn that gets me all riled up. And between now and February you can tack on a fog-free mirror for some in-the-shower shaving-power. Buy the Panasonic Vortex at Amazon (or anywhere, as far as I can tell), send in this rebate, and then BAM! You'll be the envy of all the kids.

Expect 8-14 weeks for mirror delivery. You might be saying "BAM" a lot in anticipation.

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This Just In - Ikhala

ikhala.jpgKevin Jackson at the Chicago store Manifold was kind enough to write us about the Mustache's For Kids charity event going on in Chicago this month. He also sent us two products from Ikhala, which he describes as "a luxury skin care line developed specifically for men of African descent."

Some background on Ikhala:

IKHALA was formed as a co-operative to include marginalised rural communities, create employment and income generation in this economically impoverished region. The primary aim is to empower the local Aloe ferox harvesters in a partnership and share-ownership of the business on a sustainable level. A percentage of all sales of IKHALA FOR MEN is returned to these communities for further development and the improvement of their livelihoods. [...] IKHALA FOR MEN is manufactured as a committed response to the South African Government’s Poverty Relief Programme

Wow. That's really fantastic.

We'll be putting Ikhala's Shaving Gel ($14) and Smooth Face Scrub ($18) to the ShavingStuff test soon. In the meantime, click on over to for a wide array of men's grooming products including the full line from Ikhala.

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December 5, 2006

Sharps Heavy Gear Travel Kit at Target

As you probably have read from my previous posts, I have a love/hate relationship with Target. That extends to as well, due to their use of Flash (with which I have a hate/hate relationship). So, once again, I'd like to link you directly to a very cool shaving kit from Sharps, available at, but I can't. Instead I can only give you instructions. Here they are:

1) Click over to
2) Move the slider in the center of the page in the red band to pages 34 & 35.
3) The Sharps kit will be on the lower right side of the right page (page 35).

Wasn't that easy? Thanks Target. And thank you Flash.

Anyway, the Sharps Heavy Gear travel kit is actually a pretty sweet deal.

A bag for the office, gym, or traveling filled with travel-size Barber Brigade face wash/scrub, shave gel, toner and after-shave gel.

All for $29.99. Would make a great holiday gift...

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December 4, 2006

Mustaches for Kids - Chicago Style

m4kchicago.jpgRemember last week when we learned about Kent Waddington's shaving photos and the Villa Pardoes charity? Who would have thought there'd be another shaving-related charity going on? Well there is, and it's high season right now. Allow me to introduce you to Mustaches for Kids:

Mustaches for Kids is a volunteer-run organization started in Los Angeles in 1999 to do good and have fun by growing Mustaches for children's charities. [...] Through the years, Mustaches for Kids has enlisted the efforts of hundreds of brave of Growers who, collectively, have raised over $150,000 for charities such as the Make-A-Wish Foundation, Children's Hospital of New Orleans, and San Francisco's Legal Services for Children. [...] Here's how it works: Each year, during the four-week Growing Season between Thanksgiving and Christmas, Growers sprout sweet, sweet Mustaches. Per Mustaches for Kids bylaws, they shave their faces, except for the Mustache, a minimum of one time per week and solicit donations from friends, family, co-workers, and people in the community.

That means it's growing season right now! Want to see how things are going? The newly launched Chicago chapter of Mustaches for Kids has a website with all the details, including photos and weekly get-togethers. Tonight (Dec. 4th) they're getting together at the Lincoln Tap Room at 8pm for the week 2 check-in. You can check out many of the participants in their various stages of growth at the gallery.

Can I just say Chicago is such a cool city. I had an awesome time when I went there back in June. For those of you who plan on shedding the 'stache when this is over, I suggest you head over to State Street Barbers for a good old-school shave.

If you live in the Chicago area, feel free to join in at any time. The FAQ has all the answers (and some pretty funny questions). If you're not in the Chicago area but are interested in making a donation to this year's charity - the Off the Street Club - you can do so via the PayPal link at the top right of the Mustaches for Kids Chicago website.

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December 1, 2006

November Wrap-Up

We interrupt this regularly scheduled Celebrity Facial Hair Friday to bring you the November Wrap-Up. Tune in next week for our regularly scheduled post.

Thanksgiving has come and gone (please tell me you saw the turkey beards), and that means we're in the home stretch for holiday shopping. ShavingStuff has put together some great ideas in our 2006 Holiday Gift Guide. Shaving kits, electric razors, accessories, even back and pubic shavers. We've got something for everyone. And if you don't find something there, check out the deals from websites like Buzz Skin, Skin Store and Men Essentials,, and the German site

Couple of products came in our doors - a|MEN|ity sent in a bunch from their recently re-launched line, and Details for Men sent in products by Nickel for us to try. In the review department we worked over the Perfect Shave by Anthony Logistics for Men. Some good stuff in that kit; some we were less than satisfied with. Currently in the ShavingStuff test bathroom are products from REN, also sent in by our friends at Details for Men. Look for that review soon.

We had three articles about Edge shaving products - product placement on the TSA website, a description of each ingredient from Wired, and a really great article by Laura Ries on the brand confusion created by Edge's new shaving cream line. That last one was of my favorites this month.

Finally, if you missed the Kent Waddington photo exhibit, definitely click on over and take a look. Great shaving photos for a great charity.

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