06-06-2014, 09:53 AM
#1
User Info
I'm thinking if picking it up, summer is coming and it is suggested to have a stringer cooling kick than proraso...
... anyone knows if it is vegetable-based or not?

6 827
Reply
 06-06-2014, 10:28 AM
#2
  • jcmy53
  • Senior Member
  • Cincinnati, OH
User Info
Here you go. I like it, but prefer Ingram Shaving Cream for Summer.

[Image: J2kQ9m9.jpg]

--
John

13 2,107
Reply
 06-06-2014, 11:31 AM
#3
User Info
Thanks.
Only LEA can tell if the Stearic Acid is vegetable or animal derived... i will try to email them.

I thought of Ingram but it is not vegetable-based. Proraso is.

I will update this thread once I get an answer.

(06-06-2014, 10:28 AM)jcmy53 Wrote: Here you go. I like it, but prefer Ingram Shaving Cream for Summer.

[Image: J2kQ9m9.jpg]

--
John

John, does the package has the full name of the maker? Online searches yielded very little.. .

6 827
Reply
 06-06-2014, 02:12 PM
#4
  • jcmy53
  • Senior Member
  • Cincinnati, OH
User Info
Here's the manufactures's website: http://www.productoslea.com/productos/ho...olada-lea/

Seems to be vegetable based?

--
John

13 2,107
Reply
 06-07-2014, 02:51 AM
#5
  • JAYDEE
  • Israeli Ambassador
  • Montreal, Canada
User Info
The Lea Menthol cream not only has a stronger menthol kick than Proraso Green, it also smells much nicer. It's a fantastic latherer as well.

3 2,634
Reply
Users browsing this thread: 1 Guest(s)