Like all Artiusman products, this too is made with all organic and natural ingredients.
I don’t do a lot of full shaves, but I do lineup my beard line and neck line once or twice a week using a straight razor.
I’ve always had sensitive skin, especially in these areas. I found after switching to straight razor shaving, I got considerably less irritation, more specifically bumps and razor burn was significantly reduced.
However, I still find that immediately after shaving I’ll get some red blotches that will hang around for a few hours if I don’t treat it with any product.
When using Artiusman aftershave immediately after shaving, I notice it instantly sooths my skin.
The ingredients that help make this happen are:
- Butyrospermum Parkii (shea butter): Helps reduce the possibility of razor burn caused by shaving. Also helps promote a soothing effect after shaving
- Vitamin E: Helps smooth the skin while preventing free radicals
- Arctium Lappa (burdock): Fights against skin irritation and dry skin by moisturizing
- Calendula Officinalis: Relieves chapped skin and reduces pain while speeding up the healing process of minor cuts and nicks
- Cranesbill: Helps relieve irritation and smooth the skin
- Juglans Nigra (black walnut): Provides beneficial antioxidants and fatty acids to the skin which helps prevent blemishes and rashes as well as helping to prevent many other skin issues
- Melissa Officinalis (balm mint): Helps fight skin damage caused by the environment and sun
- Salvia Officinalis (sage) extract: Protects against free radicals and skin damage
- Patchouli: Derived from the Patchouli Plant this is an anti-inflammatory agent which protects against skin damage and aging
- Grapefruit: It’s rich in antioxidants and helps fight off free radicals that can damage your skin.
I shaved today, here is an image 5 minutes after shaving using Artiusman aftershave.
Full disclosure, I do use shave oils and shave cream that help with the sensitive skin, but a quality aftershave helps piece it all together. The end result being a neck that looks like this: