Unlisted Brand • Skintimate - Moisturizing Cream Shave - Extra Gentle • Hair Removal
|Would buy this product again.||72%|
Age: 18 & Under Skin: Acne-prone, Medium, Warm Hair: Brown, Straight, Fine Eyes: Brown
My favorite shaving cream of all time!!!
I love how it's so smooth and the razor can just glide right through it~
It moisturizes so much and leaves legs so silky!
I love skintimate!! (:
Age: 25-29 Skin: Combination, Fair, Neutral Hair: Other Eyes: Brown
I stock up on these with coupons when they're on sale. For an "extra gentle" product, the scent it quite heavy, but I like it. My legs are extra smooth after a shave, but I think the cream clogs up and dulls my razor as I've been replacing them twice as often. Overall cheaper than paying triple the price for a department store cream shave and would repurchase.
Age: 19-24 Skin: Sensitive, Fair, Neutral Hair: Black, Straight, Fine Eyes: Green
I bought this at Shoppers Drug Mart recently instead of my usual Skintimate Sensitive or Satin Care Sensitive shave gel because they were clearing them out for really cheap. I absolutely despise this product! First of all, the packaging sucks because the little cap thing at the bottom is really hard to pull with slippery hands. Upon finally getting it open, it was immediately apparent that the fragrance is absolutely putrid. It's supposed to smell like "soothing floral", which I did not realize until getting it home because it's only written on the back of the bottle. I thought it would be minimal fragrance because it's supposed to be "extra gentle", and floral fragrances are especially bothersome to skin allergies and asthma. And it doesn't even smell particularly florally... it has a very foul background scent. It kind of reminds me of a cat's litter box odour. Absolutely disgusting and nauseating. Upon application and use, I found that: 1) The product doesn't go very far so you end up using a lot each time, 2) It immediately made my skin itch and left me with red, irritated skin afterwards, 3) It clogs up my razor very quickly, 4) It didn't give me a more smooth or soothing/moisturizing shave than my regular gel, and 5) It's extremely difficult to rinse off. My regular shave gel just rinses away from my legs and underarms as I'm rinsing my conditioner out, but this stuff was still in gobs all over my legs by the end of my shower. I had to pull the shower head down and direct the pressure right at my legs to get the rest of it off, and then it left my shower floor slimey and gross. If you have a low pressure shower head or if you shave in the bathtub, good luck getting this stuff off. Just an overall horrible product. I'm glad Shoppers appears to be discontinuing it.
Age: 19-24 Skin: Normal, Fair-Medium Hair: Blond Eyes: Hazel
Excellent product! Leaves skin butter-soft! I'm not crazy about the smell but its not unpleasant so this product is a keeper! Allows for a very close shave, no irritation and it moisturizes deeply! LOVE IT!!!
Age: 19-24 Skin: Dry, Fair-Medium Hair: Brown Eyes: Brown
I LOVE this stuff! Of all the foaming shave gels as well as cream shaves that I've tried, this gives me the closest shave. I just use a very thin layer on my skin, thin enough so that I can just barely see it, and it doesn't clog my razor much, or make my floor as slippery, as the Dry Skin version of this product. It also has a lighter, fresher scent than that of the Dry Skin version--it smells kind of like baby powder. The bottle is neat and has a handy shape and mechanism for use in the shower. No flipping or detachable caps, no pressing down to dispense; you just squeeze the bottle. I got this on sale at my local CVS at $2/each (6 oz.), so it was a great deal and I bought two:) Each bottle will last you forever though, so even though it has less ounces than some other cans of shaving product, it will probably last you just as long.
Age: 44-55 Skin: Very Dry, Fair-Medium Hair: Other, Relaxed, Medium Eyes: Brown
I like it enough to buy it and actually use it. I'm always in a hurry in the mornings so I will literally use anything to shave with; bar soap, face soap, etc. But now after getting a free sample, I'm sold on Skintimate.
Age: 30-35 Skin: Combination, Fair-Medium Hair: Brown Eyes: Blue
I have bought this a couple of times now, and my skin has not reacted to this in the slightest. I normally suffer with an itchy red rash after shaving, but the creaminess of this really helps to prevent any skin damage. Like other reviewers have said, this does clog up razors very easily. I can put up with this minor inconvenience for smooth rash-free skin!
Age: 19-24 Skin: Combination, Olive, Warm Hair: Black, Curly, Medium Eyes: Brown
I needed a shaving product and saw this item on the shelf. I used skintimate products before but I stopped using them. I found that using conditione. Instead of their shaving products, left my skin smooth and no cuts!
I have sensitive skin and was looking for something that wouldn't irritate my skin. I don't like the smell of this. It's like a powdery smell. It's easy to squirt it out. Little goes a long way. It does clog up my razor, but rinsing it under water, the problem is solved.
My legs are very very smooth after shaving with this product. I apply lotion after or bathina(benefit) and my legs keep that smoothness for days.
Age: 19-24 Skin: Acne-prone, Fair, Neutral Hair: Brunette, Curly, Fine Eyes: Brown
This product was just 'okay' for me. did feel more creamy than shaving cream, but I found it irritated my skin and impossibly clogged up my razor (a Venus) due to the thickness of the cream. I'm going back to my Aveeno shaving cream, I'm sorry I bought this.
Age: 25-29 Skin: Combination, Fair Hair: Brown Eyes: Green
Got this for free with rebate at Walgreens. This stuff is highly creamy and non-greasy and spreads out on my skin very easily. Rinses off of my hands easily, too. It smells just like baby powder, but it isn't too strong. Though I would have preferred unscented, I think. I like that it leaves a thin layer that I can see on my skin so I can spot where I've missed. I've been using shampoo and conditioner rejects to shave with for the past few years, so this was a fun change. However, I'm not terribly convinced that it works any better - I've been using this for two weeks, and I'm pretty sure that shaving with shampoo gives me a closer shave in my bikini area.
Age: 19-24 Skin: Combination, Fair Hair: Blond Eyes: Other
FINALLY! It's about time there's a drugstore version of a cream shave (which is entirely different from a shaving cream). I used to use Bath & Body Works' True Blue Spa "Shave the Day" cream shave, but at $12 a pop, it was getting pretty expensive, so I've been resorting to hair conditioner, which is OK, but not quite as good. I like this stuff even better than the B&B one, because it feels so much milder (the B&B one has something irritating in it if I ever used it in those *sensitive* areas, I think it was the peppermint or something). The texture is what a cream shave is supposed to be, smooth, creamy, and non-lathering (the lathering agents in shaving creams I find very drying). I had sworn off Skintimate a long time ago after I discovered cream shaves, but it's very nice to be able to go back to a cheaper brand without sacrificing quality or performance. It is sufficiently thick, creamy, and slippery, and I've shaved twice now with it (I've been eager enough to use it that I shaved a day earlier than I normally would, which would ordinarily lead to bumps and irritation, but not with this stuff!) and no problems. I have less irritation than I normally would. I like the smell, it is very mild and reminds me of shea butter (only not exactly... I can't really put my finger on it). The best part? It's a third of the price of the B&B one and approximately the same size! I'm sold. I'm in love. I'm sticking with it.