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    Quote Originally Posted by struth View Post
    currently using hand basin... does the job
    Are you using a stepladder to get into it Grant?

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    Quote Originally Posted by walpurgis View Post
    Are you using a stepladder to get into it Grant?
    Just dangle my bits

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    A real man just needs a bar of soap, maybe a back brush and thats it Proper army discipline when you strip down and clean your razor on a daily basis

    Seriously though I always thought I was getting through Shower gel and hand wash too fast so I tried the Pears transparent soap bars again...70p each or something.

    To be fair soap is also pretty awkward in the shower and it doesnt last all that long if youre having a good scrub. You have to keep plonking it in the soap dish on the rail. In a multi family environment its a non starter really as you dont want a soap bar used by others.

    So its just a case of finding a good value gel with enough to last. I just get the cheapest.

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    Shower gel dispensers like washing up liquid ones are designed to dispense at least 5 times as much as you need every time you squeeze them. Then if you have kids around, who just love to see it squirting out and drop most of it in the water, you are really in trouble!

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    Cheap gel makes me itch not for me
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    Quote Originally Posted by Audio Al View Post
    Cheap gel makes me itch not for me
    Ive never had a problem with cheap gel. A long time ago I used to get itchy calves with whatever soap I was using.

    Cheap gel doesnt have to be bad gel. I would say that a lot of the more fancy gels are just marketing

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    Quote Originally Posted by Minstrel SE View Post
    A long time ago I used to get itchy calves with whatever soap I was using.
    I had the same thing, it's just dry skin. The soap removes natural skin oils and adds to the dryness and shower gel is not the answer either. My doctor told me it's not uncommon, the skin getting dryer as you get older. He recommended baby oil or baby lotion on the shins and calves after bathing. It worked!

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    Quote Originally Posted by walpurgis View Post
    I had the same thing, it's just dry skin.
    Moisturise yourself 'from within' by having a healthy level of olive oil in your diet, and generally eating well (plenty of fresh fruit and veg). You very rarely see Mediterranean people with dry skin

    Marco [always has lovely soft, smooth skin, but never moisturises].
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