Saturday, February 10, 2024

eShave White Tea

Today I use one of the better scented shaving creams called White Tea from eShave. If you have never tried an eShave product maybe now would be a good time. eShave was created in 1996 by Danielle Malka 28 years ago. I would consider this a high-end product with a high-end price but in this guy's opinion, it is well worth it.

You don't need a lot on the brush to create a great lather, nor do you need to use a brush this shaving cream is good with both methods. I prefer a brush and it handles it with perfection. The leather was amazing, it got right into the beard and provided great coverage. The slickness and glide reach the top of the scales providing an irrational free shave. The post-shave feel was another chart-topper.

When it comes to the scents I have only tried the White Tea and let me tell you it's hands down the best scent I've come across in this category. As for the others, I'm sure they are just as good but for my money, the white tea is the one for me and I'm sticking with it.

Also in this video, I touch on a few movies I've watched on the TMC channel. The first is Jack Lemmon and Lee Remick's The Days of Wine and Roses and the second is Paul Newman and Elizabeth Taylor's Cat on a Hot Tin Roof. Both leading ladies are stunning but Elizabeth Taylor at the time of that movie is perfection.

The Days of Wine and Roses is basically about alcoholism and what starts out as a healthy relationship slowly builds over time to problem drinking for both the husband and then the wife.

This is a sad but often repeated situation for more than 6% of adults in the United States have an alcohol use disorder (AUD). This is about 1 in 12 men and 1 in 25 women. An additional 623,000 people between the ages of 12 and 17 have AUD. More than 88,000 people die from alcohol-related deaths each year in the United States. Alcohol continues to be one of the nation's most preventable causes of death.

A Cat On A Hot Tin Roof The story revolves around a wealthy Southern family dealing with issues of greed, deceit, and suppressed desires. Brick, an ex-football player, is struggling with his sexuality and his troubled relationship with his wife, Maggie. The film explores themes of mendacity, societal expectations, and the complexities of human relationships. Elizabeth Taylor received an Academy Award nomination for her performance in the film. There is a lot of crazy going on in this movie.

Well, That's all I have for this week
as always be kind to one another
Don Youngner
Wet The Face

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