Saturday, August 5, 2023

Dirty Girl Jane - Artillery Gunner New From Wet The Face

Today I'm excited to announce the newest addition to our Dirty Girl collection called Dirty Girl Jane Artillery Gunner. Inspired by the fearless women who took on the challenging and dirty jobs of men during World War II, this shaving soap is just as tough and resilient as the brave ladies who inspired it.

The Dirty Girls series pays tribute to the women who worked tirelessly to support the war effort and defend our freedom. They were just as proud to be American as the men they fought alongside, and their courage and sacrifice will never be forgotten. Wet The Face is proud to honor these brave women with a line of shaving products that embody their spirit and resilience.

Crafted with care, Dirty Girls Shaving Soap provides a lather that is rich, creamy, and incredibly smooth, making for an unparalleled shaving experience. Whether you're a seasoned shaving pro or a newcomer to the art of traditional wet shaving, this soap is guaranteed to please.

Tester Comments - Reminds us of Yves Saint LaurentL'Homme

The scent notes Bergamot, Vanilla and Nutmeg Vetiver, Patchouli, Geranium and elemi, Ambroxan, Cedar, and Labdanum

Also, in this YouTube video, I talk about a Netflix series called Marcella. A clever detective with problems of her own. This has three seasons I'm not sure it comes to a conclusion due to its cancelation but I'm still interested I was told there are 7 unanswered questions at the end of season 3. So if you don't want to invest the time in it this would be understandable. 

That's all I have for this week
Please be kind to one another
Don Youngner
Wet the Face


  1. Marcella update from UK:
    According to "Marcella" creator Hans Rosenfeldt, a Season 4 of the series doesn't seem to be in the immediate offing. Rosenfeldt hasn't much entertained the possibility as he isn't sure there's anywhere to go in any theoretical future season

    1. that's the impression I got as well I'm on the second season now and it truly is a fantastic drama.

    2. If you are looking for a good UK crime drama then look no further than Line of Duty on the BBC. Six series but well worth trying to find. Also Strike written by J. K. Rowling under the pseudonym Robert Galbraith.