Review: Every Man Jack Shave Gel

Many of us have used shaving lotions or creams, but have you tried shaving gel? Every Man Jack makes one in several varieties, including fragrance-free, sandalwood, and mint. I put the sandalwood version to the test to see if it worked for women.

Pros:
  • Very affordable
  • Great scent (and unscented option)
  • Can be applied thick or thin
  • Leaves skin smooth
  • Great consistency
Cons:
  • May be hard to find your exact scent preference in stores
Summary:
This shave gel is very easy to use. I use a small amount for underarm shaving and a larger amount for shaving my legs. When using it in the shower, I didn't see a huge amount of foam, but it definitely helped create a smoother shave. My skin felt soft and hydrated after I used it. The formula is fairly gentle, with scented versions coming in around a 4 on the EWG Skin Deep database. One of the unscented versions can be seen here on the database, rating a fairly low 3. I love how affordable this shave cream is, and I have seen several Every Man Jack products carried at retail stores such as Sprouts and Target. However, if you have a strong preference toward a particular scent or version, you may need to order online. If you're looking for an everyday shave gel with a great scent and quality performance, Every Man Jack's shave gel won't disappoint.

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Disclosure notice: This product was sent to me free of charge by the manufacturer for review. No additional compensation was accepted and the opinions are my own. Please verify any claims with the manufacturer, especially if you have any allergies or concerns.

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