Razors, blades, brushes

Hairy Apes Rejoyce

Full Disclosure To be 100% clear before presenting anything to you, the reader. NOPE I am NOT a shill I am NOT paid by any of the companies named here I was NOT given any products for testing or review purposes YEP I DID seek this out on my own I DID reach out to some of these companies via STANDARD means These are my OPINIONS Length As you might be able to tell by the scrollbar in your browser. [Read More]

Soap "Dishes"

Maximizing Longevity

Just a quick post today. Soap sitting in water is a fast way to have it dissolve. I’ve come to find regular soap ‘dishes’ have shallow ridges and closed edges which allows a lot of water to marinade a bar of soap. When this happens, the soap dissolves / erodes quickly unless you’re vigilant about draining your dish. If you’re going to switch to bars of soap, I highly recommend you consider this when selecting a soap dish. [Read More]

Personal Grooming

Shaving - From primate to hairless human

Merkur Before I get into the post, I need to call attention to Merkur. I discovered an interesting piece of advertising as I was doing research for this blog post. It was too late for my razor purchase but what I found may affect your purchasing decisions. They have a promotional image with the text: “Sorry Ladies, Men Only” present. I know my audience and I cannot leave this piece of advertising alone. [Read More]

Sloppy Soap Redux

Yes, more soap. Deal.

One Month Later It’s been just short of a month since I started using Sloppy Soap (link) daily and a few weeks since I started using it all over my body. Face, chest, ass, feet, arm pits. The works. Pretty or gross, I rub their soap without boundary or shame. Last Week Something ‘clicked’ last week. It’s Winter here and very dry and cold. More so than usual for this time of year. [Read More]

Sloppy Soap

A different kind of post

Soap?!? Yes, soap. Sloppy Soap (link) in particular. Someone I follow on ‘the socials’ posted about this artisan soap company and I couldn’t resist. After using their fine products for a month, it’s time to put my thoughts to words. You want this To be blunt: you want to buy a bar, or two, or ten. Seriously. I’ve already bought more based on my initial purchase of a few different bars. [Read More]