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Baker Street Post-Shave Balm


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Ingredients: Distilled Water, Witch Hazel, Aloe, Emulsifying Wax, Meadowfoam Seed Oil, Glycerin, Myristyl Myristate (Co-Emulsifier), Grapeseed Oil, Refined Shea Butter, Fragrance Oil, Vitamin E, Optiphen Plus, Stearic Acid, Coconut Oil, Allantoin, Essential Oil
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    Thanks to the generosity of the owners of Strop Shoppe, we are proud to be able to resurrect this iconic scent.  A fresh and masculine blend of Juniper, Bergamot, Jasmine, Patchouli.

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    1. soothing

      The aftershave balm is what I have co,e to expect from the Stirling Soap Company, soothing and nourishing to my skin with the baker street sent it is the perfect end to a shave. on 28th Sep 2017

    2. Clean, Classy, Manly Scent

      Man, Stirling keeps upping their game with their new scents. Baker Street is simply awesome. It's a complex, masculine scent that I can't really liken to anything else for comparison. All I can say is I tried it and instantly loved it. I got the aftershave splash and balm. They smell incredible and have staying power. Contrary to other reviews, my nose tells me the balm scent is well matched to the aftershave splash scent. on 25th Apr 2017

    3. Great Balm, Very Faint Scent

      I love the scent of Baker Street soap. I think that this balm does have the same scent but it is either very weak or it's being overpowered by the other ingredients. It works great for its moisturizing and skin conditioning properties but I do wish it smelled more like the soap. Maybe there's a reason why it doesn't? on 31st Mar 2017

    4. Doesn't smell like the soap

      I got the Baker Street soap and this balm. While I don't agree that the soap smells exactly like the Strop Shoppe version, it still smells good. The balm, however, does not smell like the soap that I got. The balm smells like most over the counter lotions with something sharp in it that stings the nostrils. Maybe I got a bad batch or something, but it doesn't mesh with the soap. on 13th Mar 2017

    5. A Wonderful Balmy Day!

      Although Stirling is primarily known for its wonderful shave soaps, its balms are wonderful, moisturizing and good for sensitive skin. This is the first unscented Stirling balm I have used, and happily I have no irritation from it. It has a pleasant, earthy fragrance with a hint of musk and citrus. Hard for me to describe, but I like it. It pairs nicely with floral and woodsy soaps. For $8.95, it is almost a steal. AOS balms cost $40-$50, and IMHO, aren't as good. on 17th Feb 2017

    6. Excellent scent, excellent balm. A little goes a LONG way.

      Scent is spot on with the original product. Balm is quite soothing, particularly if I get rushed and have less than a perfect shave. Paired with the soap and aftershave splash I can enjoy the fantastic Baker Street aroma all day long. 12 hours after using it this morning I can still easily smell the scent on my skin. on 7th Feb 2017

    7. Clean scent, very refreshing

      Like all Stirling products, you can't go wrong with this on. Though not my go to every day, it never lets me down. on 7th Feb 2017

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