Gillette Series After Shave Splash CoolWave – review

Gillette Series After Shave CoolWaveWhat they say:
Finish a great shave with a fresh, clean aftershave that refreshes just-shaved skin. The long lasting masculine fragrance is blended with moisturisers.

This is what our BeautySouthAfrica.com reviewer had to say:
‘I really am impressed with this aftershave from Gillette. I have sensitive skin and usually aftershaves sting my skin when applying them direct after shaving. This one, however, didn’t, and I found it to be a lot gentler. The smell was really masculine and fresh, even my wife said it was rather smooth on the nose. AND it lasted for up to four hours. My only niggle with the product is the neck – it’s a little too wide and if you’re not careful you could waist too much when splashing it into your hands.’
Grant

Overall, it was a pleasant experience shaving and applying the Gillette aftershave.

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5 Responses

  1. Yes, you’re not left with that typical “burning” sensation after you apply the Gillette Coolwave after shave splash. And it’s affordable. Good product from Gillette.

  2. My hubby uses allot of the Gillette products and will definitely pick up a bottle for him on my next shopping trip.

  3. I never check the wideness of the bottle neck, I always assume all are the same size. After reading this article I will make note of this when choosing!

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