Leg Lube – Reviewed

I’ve been shaving with Leg Lube for a couple weeks now. In general, I think the stuff is pretty solid. The lube goes on easy and the bottle works well in the shower. I’m not sure if they planned it, but the matte bottle finish is easier to hold onto than other bottles in the wet. Unless you have a little big of hair built up, getting a froth going doesn’t really happen (maybe I need a loofa?). I’m not sure if it’s because of that or not, but my razor “squeaked” a bit on my quads. Adding more lube and that sensation went away.

So the best part is the mild smell, and awesome tingling feel on the legs. I can’t place the scent, but it feels like it’s doing something – it’s a subtle cooling sensation that I really liked. The other thing that sets Leg Lube apart is that when you dry your legs, it seems that the lotion is already there. No real drying feeling I get when I shave with soap or gel.

If you’re like me, and sometimes you leave a patch on your knee, the “out of the shower” shaving option is really impressive. I’ve touched up before out of the shower only to get some good razor burn. Not so with Leg Lube. I’ll certainly be buying another bottle to keep in my race bag just in case. Overall, it seems to be a good product, and I always like buying from people that take a risk and start a bike-related business. You can follow @LegLube on Twitter or like them on Facebook. Leg Lube can be purchased for $8.95 at their Website or at a local dealer.

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