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Muhle Alum Block

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The original aftershave, the alum block is a naturally occurring substance that was originally part of every barber's equipment. After shaving, a dampened alum stone has an antiseptic effect, closing the pores of the skin while leaving it soft and smooth.

For use on damp skin.

2.3 oz (weight without a rope)

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    10/20/2021
    Ron E.
    United States United States
    5 stars

    There is an excellent article here on alum blocks. There are a nice way to close your pores and make your face feels nice and smooth. Stick with a reputable brand like this one. I would avoid Omega. My brush cracked after a short while and they don't back their products. I would highly recommend this after every shave. They have a lot of nice products here at grown man shave. Enjoy this great hobby!

    10/22/2021
    Grown Man Shave

    Thanks for the kind comments Ron. I'm glad you enjoyed the Alum Block blog post .