First off, this looks likes a shaving gel. Second off, this lathers like a shaving gel. And third off, I will be using this as just a shaving gel, because it freaks me out using a shower gel to cleanse my armpits with.
I don't care if the label says it's a shower gel, my brain is convinced it's a shave gel and Lord knows I can't change my mind once I've decided on something. This, people, is why I wake up the Boyfriend up at 3am on a Wednesday so I can make cookie dough, eat half a tablespoon, then go back to bed. All because that's something that I've decided has to be done Right Now.
The scent is listed has coconut and tiare flower, but I can't make out the individual fragrance, rather it's a generic 'tropical flower' scent, that clings to my skin like sexiness clings to Paul Rudd.
|Yeah, like I'd ever pass up an opportunity for a Paul Rudd gif!|
This exercise has taught me that I'm a old stickler for new-fangled ways of washing. I find soap to drying, but am so on the shower gels and cream. Sneaky shaving gel pretending to be a "foaming shower gel"? Get off my lawn! And I'm not even going to try with the Lush shower jelly I have sitting in my bathroom cupboard. I opened it, saw that it was a jelly and immediately knew that our love could never be.
|Unlike Paul and my love, which will last forever in the boundless gif bank of my mind. Le sigh.|
Imperial Leather Foamburst Foaming Shower Gel of Untruths is like a couple of bucks, I guess? I've seen it from around A$5 all the way down to A$2 which is about how much I paid for it. Pretty cheap for shaving gel no?
*Photo taken from brand product site as my can is all gunked up and a little rusty from sitting in the shower.
, by Michaela