Pacific Shaving

June 30, 2011

Pacific Shaving Company Lets You Give Friends Free Shaving Oil

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It's one thing to buy a shaving gift for someone, and another thing entirely when you can have someone else give a gift for you. And Pacific Shaving's new promotion lets you do exactly that.

"Good things come in little packages. Like our small but mighty All Natural Shaving Oil.

Now you can turn a friend on to this tiny miracle and
let them experience the best shave ever - FREE!
(While supplies last)
It's as easy as 1-2-3:
1. Click here to "Like" our Facebook page.
2. Make a list of your hairiest friends.
3. Start giving!

If it's not obvious, once you "Like" the page, you need to then go here: Give Complimentary All Natural Shaving Oil

Derek Markham at Permalink | Comments (0) | social bookmarking

May 24, 2011

Pacific Shaving Company Turns Budweiser Campaign on its Head

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Inspired by Budweiser's "Grow One, Save a Million" campaign which asks guys to save water by not shaving, Pacific Shaving Company is asking beer drinkers across America to help save an additional one million gallons of water by drinking two fewer beers a week between now and World Environment Day (June 5).

In 2009, the leading global brewer sold more than 10 billion gallons of beer, of which water is a key ingredient. Pacific Shaving's just-formed Clean Cut, Clean Living initiative encourages consumers to get involved and save roughly 24 ounces of water each week by simply having a couple less cold ones.

Pacific Shaving understands that most of us need to shave every day. But the happy hour beer is optional. Consumers can visit Pacific Shaving's Facebook page to make the pledge and share the program with Facebook friends. For every pledge made between now and June 5th, the company will plant a tree. So let's each do our part to minimize the approximately 27 million gallons of water used each day in the brewing process by passing on the casual beer between now and World Environment Day.

When it comes to shaving, you can also do your part in conserving water by shaving at the sink and turning the faucet off. When it comes to the environment, Pacific Shaving Company is proud of the fact its line of natural, safe and eco-friendly shaving essentials is manufactured in the USA and uses minimal packaging. The company also works with Trees for the Future to plant a tree for every purchase.

Derek Markham at Permalink | Comments (0) | social bookmarking

June 14, 2010

Reminder: Comment and Win Pacific Shaving Company Gift Card

pacificbladeoil.jpgJust a friendly reminder that Pacific Shaving Company is giving away a $10 gift card for a lucky random winner to be picked from the comments on this post: Pacific Shaving Company - Affordable Natural Shaving Products. If you win from the comments and also join their Facebook page they'll give you $20! Also for Shaving Stuff readers you can simply get free shipping until Father's day by using the code 'shavingstuff' at Pacific Shaving's checkout on their site.

Derek Markham at Permalink | Comments (1) | social bookmarking

May 24, 2010

Pacific Shaving Company - Affordable Natural Shaving Products

pacificshavingcocream.jpgOne of my favorite brands for shaving products is Pacific Shaving Company. The company's offerings are branded as "Good for the skin, good for the wallet, and good for the Earth", and I think they're great for just about everyone, even those who aren't so concerned with the 'green' or 'natural' aspects of personal care products.

We'd also like to announce the Pacific Shaving Company is giving away a $10 gift card for a lucky random winner to be picked from the comments on this post. If you win from the comments and also join their Facebook page they'll give you $20! Also for Shaving Stuff readers you can simply get free shipping until Father's day by using the code 'shavingstuff' at Pacific Shaving's checkout on their site.

What is your favorite Pacific Shaving Company product? Leave us a comment!

We'd also like to say we've reviewed all of the Pacific Shaving products here at Shaving Stuff, and the reviews are a great way to familiarize yourself with Pacific Shaving.

All Natural Shaving Oil:

"I've been shaving for a while now with Pacific Shaving Oil and have been duly impressed. I had an underwhelming experience with a previous shaving oil, so going into this I wasn't sure what to expect, but this stuff is a winner. Great shave. Easy shave. Clean shave."

A reader review of the Pacific shaving oil:

"So the first thing I like about the palm oil is that it feels miraculous--you only need 8-10 drops (drops!) for a shave. You put them in your hands and rub onto your face--it feels like nothing--and yet your face is not raked into hamburger. I still get a charge from that. Plus eight drops per shave means that there are 400 shaves in a tiny 2 oz bottle--good for airports."
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Derek Markham at Permalink | Comments (7) | social bookmarking

October 6, 2008

Review of The Nick Stick From Pacific Shaving Company

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Nothing like taking a slice out of your face at the worst possible time. Still reaching for toilet paper? Well now there's something better. It's the Nick Stick from Pacific Shaving Company. We got a couple of these little guys in at the end of the summer, and unfortunately we've had several opportunities to use them. (You know who I'm talking about, "shaving cream".)

Here are four reasons why you should have one:

  1. It works. Couple of nicks from a dull razor or cheap shaving cream? No problem. Roll the head of the Nick Stick over the cut and stop the bleeding. Does it hurt? Yeah, it kind of does. But you're man enough to handle it.
  2. It's cheap. The Nick Stick is only $5.95. That's a no-brainer when it comes to shoring up a bleeder.
  3. It's neat. I've got an alum block, and I use it every so often. But you've got to rinse it off and dry it somewhere. I've got better things to do. I'd rather screw the cap onto the Nick Stick and forget about it.
  4. It's tiny. Your travel bag needs one of these. The most frequent times for nicks are when you don't have homefield advantage. A hotel bathroom with poor lighting is ripe for disaster. Plus, you're usually in a hurry. The Nick Stick measures about 2 inches and has negligible weight. Don't leave home without one.

Chock full of alum, vitamin A, E, and aloe, Nick Stick from Pacific Shaving Company is the new way to nip a nick in the bud.

Russell Neufeld at Permalink | Comments (1) | social bookmarking

August 27, 2008

Stop The Bleeding With The Nick Stick From Pacific Shaving Company

NickStick_crop.jpgOK, everyone gets the occasional nick while shaving. Some shaving creams are far better than others at preventing it, but once in a while you let your guard down, use a blade once too many times, and ouch! Dammit! Reach for the toilet paper. I've got one of those alum blocks for just this reason, but it really is just that - a hunk of rock.

Pacific Shaving Company is building a better mouse trap with their Nick Stick introduced earlier this year. Don't worry, the first ingredient is still alum. But it's also got Vitamin A, Vitamin E, and Aloe, something only Moses could conjure from a stone.

We'll be getting a couple of these sticks in next week, so check back soon for our review.

The Nick Stick is only $5.95 from Pacific Shaving Company.

Russell Neufeld at Permalink | Comments (0) | social bookmarking


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