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7 Solutions to Prevent Signs of Aging | The Luxury Barber Blog

7 Solutions to Prevent Signs of Aging | The Luxury Barber Blog | men's grooming | Scoop.it
Men and women are constantly searching for way's to reduce signs of aging. Here are 7 tips on how to take care of your skin as well as your body as a whole.
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Shaving Cream vs. Shaving Soap | The Luxury Barber Blog

Shaving Cream vs. Shaving Soap | The Luxury Barber Blog | men's grooming | Scoop.it
Is shaving cream better than shaving soap? Learn about the pros and cons for each and decide for yourself.
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Wet Shaving: Why Now? | How to Grow a Moustache

Wet Shaving: Why Now? | How to Grow a Moustache | men's grooming | Scoop.it
Recently, the major shaving industry has been floundering as margins become almost as narrow as the blades they cram into those molded plastic heads. The major companies, such as  Proctor & Gamble (parent company of Gillette) and Energizer (parent company of Schick), have placed the blame on trends and style fads — namely, “The Hipster.” It’s the reasoning of the major players that the increased love for facial fur has decreased the demand for their products. It’s an interesting ideology, for sure, but I’m fairly certain it’s completely incorrect.

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Douglas Smythe's curator insight, September 18, 2014 9:31 PM

Recently, the major shaving industry has been floundering as margins become almost as narrow as the blades they cram into those molded plastic heads. The major companies, such as  Proctor & Gamble (parent company of Gillette) and Energizer (parent company of Schick), have placed the blame on trends and style fads — namely, “The Hipster.” It’s the reasoning of the major players that the increased love for facial fur has decreased the demand for their products. It’s an interesting ideology, for sure, but I’m fairly certain it’s completely incorrect.

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