shaving foam

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toiletry consisting of a liquid preparation containing many small bubbles that soften the beard before shaving

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As a result, both girls with faces covered in shaving foam stuck their heads straight into bowls of crisps within the first five seconds.
FOOTBALLER Leon Redwood yesterday admitted being the person who sprayed a woman's thigh with shaving foam.
She recalled one of the photographs showed the initials "GB" sprayed on her thigh in shaving foam, with one of the defendants - George Barker - stood next to her grinning.
Comedian Jason Jones is the face of the new "Edge Men" campaign for Edge shaving foam.
Creditors have asked the patent institutions to terminate "Alen Mak's" right on five brand names which include a baby shampoo, whitening lotion, toothpaste, shaving foam, and hair color.
But Ryan, 27, Corrie's Jason Grimshaw, retaliated by spraying "WAG" and "Unlucky" in shaving foam on Brooke's pounds 30,000 black Mercedes and tweeted a picture.
I whirled around, shaving foam flying all over the shop.
As the session was drawing to a close he then walked round to Mr Murdoch and launched the plate of shaving foam at his target.
May-Bowles, also known by his comedy stage name "Jonnie Marbles", disrupted proceedings by launching a paper plate of shaving foam at Mr Murdoch on July 19.
Wendi Deng's right hand, defending her husband Rupert Murdoch when he was attacked with shaving foam when appearing before the Select Committee.
Lancome's rich, high-definition shaving foam softens and smoothens your stubble for an easy shave.
Chesterfield-based Robinson, which has 400 staff, also manufacturers packaging for products such as Gillette shaving foam.
They heard how Anderson, 27, shouted "this is YouTube material" as he urinated on and later smothered shaving foam over the hapless victim who had collapsed near his home in Hartlepool.
toothpaste, hair gel, drinks, soups, syrups, perfume, deodorant, shaving foam, aerosols, etc.
If you inhaled as it hit your face, you got shaving foam down your lungs.