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Kiehl's Amino Acid Shampoo Review Coconut Caulfields Counter Mens Grooming Haircare

Kiehl's Amino Acid Shampoo

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Kiehl's Amino Acid Shampoo Ingredients List

Overall Rating: ★★★★
Price: $$$ ($20-$30) – Available at Kiehl’s and Nordstrom.
Scent: Mild coconut.
I Like: the subtle coconut fragrance. This product effectively cleans hair without stripping it of vital oils.
Not a fan of: the paraben preservatives. 

Kiehl’s Amino Acid Shampoo is a great-smelling all-around hair wash.  The mild coconut scent makes washing hair fun and relaxing – I close my eyes and imagine being on a tropical island every time I shampoo with this stuff.  This product lathers up well and gently cleans hair without stripping it of essential oils.   I recommend this trying this shampoo especially if you have normal to oily hair.

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Malin + Goetz Vitamin E Shaving Cream

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Malin + Goetz Vitamin E Shaving Cream Texture

Overall Rating:
Price: $$$ ($20-$30) 4 oz. tube – Available at Malin+Goetz, Grooming Lounge, and Barneys New York.
Scent: Menthol.
I liked: how cooling and invigorating it felt – no other shave cream comes close in this department.  It rinsed easily off the blade and did not dry out my skin.
I didn’t like: Nothing.  However, the major cooling sensation and price tag may take some getting used to.

It felt as if my face was in the Arctic when I used the Malin + Goetz Vitamin E Shaving Cream.  I have never experienced a more cooling shave cream.  The menthol really packs a powerful punch – ideal for those mornings when you need a little help waking up.  Because this shave cream doesn’t really lather up it didn’t over-dry my skin – I’m sure the extra boost of vitamin e doesn’t hurt.  Unlike some thick creams out there, this one didn’t clog up my razor cartridge – which I greatly appreciate since they cost a fortune to replace.  Four ounces of this frigid goodness will cost you $22 – worth trying if you’re man enough to face its chill.

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