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Synonyms for after-shave

a fragrant lotion for a man's face after shaving

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A jury at Caernarfon crown court found Lachiri, of Prestayn, Denbighshire, not guilty of stealing the aftershave.
Mohammed Labri Lachiri had denied theft after being seen on CCTV walking out of Debenhams with the Giorgio Armani aftershave on December 14 last year.
Det Insp Dominic Graham said people would not be in trouble just because they use the aftershave.
Gary Coates, 21, of Dilston Road, Fenham: Pleaded guilty to stealing aftershave, worth PS52.
That retail distribution channel was second to only department stores in the aftershave and cologne category but otherwise was No.
Beckham also records five words for a voiceover and then sprays himself with the aftershave before collecting his belongings and heads out the door.
Atwood Aftershave Splash, Peary & Henson Aftershave Splash, Burroughs Beard Oil and Miss Annie Jones Shaving Oil, you'll feel like a proper frontier woodsman when you spruce (no tree pun intended) yourself up with any of these.
oIn case you wonder,o she offers the explanation,o men donAEt apply aftershave on their faces before taking a shower.
We don't want Harry Potter: The Aftershave - "an intriguing combination of eye of toad and ear of bat" hitting the shops any time soon.
Products include black exfoliating wash to deeply cleanse and remove impurities, aftershave to calm, tighten and hydrate and a Stonecrop daily moisturizer to protect against aging and lighten pigmentation.
The face scrub, shave cream, aftershave balm and aftershave contain flaxseed lignan extract to prevent razor burn, witch hazel to tighten pores, and oat protein and organic aloe vera to soothe and hydrate.
Men who used cologne or aftershave within 48 hr before urine collection had higher median levels of monoethyl phthalate (MEP) (265 and 266 ng/mL, respectively) than those who did not use cologne or aftershave (108 and 133 ng/mL, respectively).
Sporting a Village People-style tash, the super-camp and perma-tanned presenter was sniffing out a new aftershave.
At 22, the University of Oregon chemistry graduate says the aftershave that many associate with their fathers suits him fine.