Edge Sensitive Skin Shave Gel is a reliable go-to for on-the-go men with picky, reactionary skin. This product is made with natural elements such as sunflower seed oil and aloe leaf juice, as well as cooling conditioners that allow for a smooth, close shave. As an added bonus, its ingredients list is also happily missing CFC (a gas previously used in aerosol cans thought to cause ozone damage).
|Application Area||Face, Neck|
|For Hair Type||All Hair Types|
|Contains cooling conditioners||Yes|
|ultimate closeness and comfort||Yes|
|Price Range||$10- $20|
|Rating||4.5 Rated By 176|
Pro: It is Cost Effective if You Shop Smart
Whether you buy Edge Sensitive Skin Shave Gel in a pack of six cans, or buy just one the price is right. At seven ounces per can and a formula that takes a little to go a long way; a six-pack would realistically last one fellow an entire year. Beware of online pricing though, a pack of six cans can run somewhere between $15 and $25, whereas you can find a single can both online and in stores for $2 to $3. Seeing as buying in bulk is supposed to save you money, those figures just don’t add up if you’re not paying attention, this one is a case in which it is worth shopping around before you buy.
Pro: It’s a One-Step Shaving System, so it’s Fast and Versatile
There’s no four-step process here, or even two. It’s a very simple process. Just splash warm water on your face, lather your face, shave, rinse, voila! You can even shave in the shower. This gel formula quickly produces a thick, creamy lather and rinses off quickly with very little to no residue. And it works just as well for your head as it does your beard, allowing you the option to knock out all of your shaving duties in one go.
Con: Its Smell is Faint…but a Little Unpleasant
Like many sensitive skin products, Edge Sensitive Skin Shave Gel goes easy on the fragrance, but it does have a scent indeed. Unfortunately, where the scent could be something like pine or sandalwood or any other standard aroma, this product actually smells a little like paint. Again, it’s a very faint scent, but noticeable when it’s lathered all over your face. However, this is a small price to pay for an otherwise effective product.
Ultimately, it Does the Job Well for a Price Everyone Can be Happy About
There’s a reason this is Edge’s best-selling product. Low-quality shave gels can lead to such misfortunes as dry skin, flaky skin, ingrown hairs, and irritable skin. Sensitive skin is nothing to mess around with, and in a market crowded with skin products featuring heavy chemicals and a long list of questionable ingredients, a shave gel that does what it says it will is a Godsend. Add that to the fact that it’s priced such that you won’t break the bank just to get a clean shave (as you might for so many other high-end sensitive skin products), and you will see that Edge Sensitive Skin Shave Gel is an exceptional product.