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Shaving Cream: Cremo Cream, the Astonishingly Superior Brushless Shave Cream

Cremo Shave Cream: Dramatically reduces cuts, nicks, scrapes, and razor burn. Gives you the closest, most comfortable, longest lasting shave. Leaves your skin astonishingly soft and smooth

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  • Fancy video piece from The Motley

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    on November 16th, 2010
    by admin

    This is a video produced by one of our online retailers, The Motley. It gives you a look into who we are and our story…and how skilled Kyle is at moving pallets :)

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  • Best Shave Product I Think I’ve Ever Used

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    on February 24th, 2010
    by kyle

    I received the following email from a satisfied Wegmans customer…thought I would share it here as well.

    :)

    KS

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    I very rarely comment on any product and it’s even rarer that I leave a positive comment. I just got finished using this for the first time and I have to say, it is probably the best (bar none) shaving cream I’ve ever used.

    I purchased it at the Wegman’s here in Leesburg, VA last night. After reading the label, I figured what the heck I’ll give it a try and see how it works. I shave my head bald each week and I’ve been trying everything I can from different razors to shave gels to creams and all I ever got was either a very poor shave (not very close, had to go over it 5 times before it was even remotely acceptable) or I got nicks and cuts like no tomorrow. I was getting really frustrated.

    I’ve read that… Read more »

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  • Mummy likes Cremo Cream, but does her husband too?

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    on October 2nd, 2009
    by kyle

    Check out this review from Vicky at Mummy’s Product Review:

    Cremo Cream- is it for a man or for a woman? Tough to decide according to so many blogger shavegeeks and me. The red and white tube reminds me of something you might find in an Edwardian manse or on the Titanic if plastic tubing had been invented back then. In other words, I totally dig it.
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  • Check out this review from fellow blogger B+S

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    on October 2nd, 2009
    by kyle

    Blackburn and Sweetzer is blog written by Tasha Nita Adams (below), I gave her some samples of Cremo Cream in the hope that she would write about it. Tasha is a much more eloquent and articulate writer than I am. Look what she has to say about Cremo Cream!

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  • MADE IN THE USA, see how Cremo Cream tubes are manufactured…

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    on October 2nd, 2009
    by kyle

    I used to love watching Mr Rodgers when I was a kid because he would give us an inside look into how things are made. In his honor, I surreptitiously took some photos of our latest production run of Cremo Cream tubes, proudly Made in America, this is in Orange County, about 20 mins from Disneyland! I would have liked to take more photos because it is such an interesting process, but the manufacturer does not allows photography in the plant, so I had to sneak a few :)

    This is a picture of the tube being shot across a line to be packaged, after being formed and printed. You can also see the tubes being” cured” in the machine, on the lower half of the picture….see all the red caps?

    These next two photos show the tubes coming off the line and being put into trays to be sent to my lab in Santa Clarita. I will get pictures of the tubes being filled next week hopefully. Read more »

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  • Check out our 1st Video Review!

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    on August 20th, 2009
    by kyle

    This is a video review from a fellow blogger, A Girl’s Gotta Spa. Thanks so much for the kind words Nando! I love how you compare Cremo Cream to a dessert (mousse). Also, watch till the end because you will get instructions on how to be entered into a drawing for a FREE tube of Cremo Cream! The last day to enter is August 26th, 2009. When I send out samples I usually give 3 tubes, so that means that they are only keeping one for themselves and giving away the other two-very nice of them. Way to pay it forward A Girl’s Gotta Spa!

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  • Women LOVE Cremo Cream!

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    on August 7th, 2009
    by kyle

    I received this email from a customer in Kentucky, I enjoyed it so much that I wanted to share it with everyone:

    Hello Kyle,

    I love your product. Cremocream is amazing to me. I was looking for something that wouldn’t irritate a very intimate area. This is it! Read more »

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  • Check out Cremo Cream on Thrillist Los Angeles!

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    on August 4th, 2009
    by kyle

    We were written up on Thrillist Los Angeles today-exciting!

    Cremo Cream

    On local shelves exclusively at Fred Segal: 500 Broadway; Santa Monica; 310.393.4477

    Odd couples can achieve great things: cousin Larry’s moody cunning and Balky’s joie de vivre allowed them to date not one, but two blonde chicks. Introducing your stubble to the results of another unlikely team: Cremo Cream.

    Read more »

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  • Shaving Through the Ages

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    on August 3rd, 2009
    by kyle

    Everything started somewhere and so does shaving. Have you ever wondered how shaving started? Read on and you’ll be amazed how it all began.

    The flint was used as a razor during prehistoric times.

    Prehistoric times shaving (100,000 B.C. to 3,000 B.C.)

    Believe it or not, during the Stone Age (around 100,000 B.C.) the Neanderthal man has figured out how to remove hair from his face. With the use of two seashells, they tweezed hair from their faces. Ouch! But no matter how painful that was, even Neanderthals knew about grooming just like you. By 30,000 B.C., man has discovered the flint blades; it was the very first razor used to shave off body hair. Later at around 4,000 B.C., women thought of using home-made depilatory creams. Too bad there was no Cremo Cream back then-they had to use toxic stuff like arsenic, quicklime, and starch. Later, around 3,000 B.C., Sumerians developed a rudimentary form of shaving cream consisting of wood alkali and animal fat. Read more »

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  • Check out the positive Cremo Cream review

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    on April 30th, 2009
    by kyle

    The gentlemen at ShavingStuff.com gave Cremo Cream a wonderful review:

    “Get a better shave without breaking the bank. It’s recession time, people. And while it may have taken a couple extra months for the federal government to admit it, the average joe has known to watch his wallet for a long time now. That’s why I’m psyched to have found Cremo Cream, a shaving cream which ranks among the best, and costs among the least.”

    You can read the whole review at their website.

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