Rainbath by Neutrogena
Thread: What Shower Gel Relaxes You
Whenever I want to relax from the stress of school, I use my Terre D'Hermes shower gel, Aqua Di Gio body gel, or Gucci I and II Pour Homme shower gel. What shower gel do you use to relax after a hard day.
This sounds emberrassing, but just for the fun of it, I pretend I am in the Herbal Essence commercial.
Rainbath by Neutrogena
Peggy: "Right now, we have to get to the mental institution. Something terrible has happened."
Peggy: "Brother Boy has tried to kill himself. He jumped out of his bedroom window."
Latrelle: "Isn't he only on the second floor?"
Peggy: "Yes, but he hit his head on a lawn gnome."
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Last edited by Sloan; 9th October 2007 at 04:52 AM.
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I always use Magno. It is a kind of ambery-woody scented gel that comes from Spain. In fact, it is made in the province of A Coruña, where both my parents were born. Apart from the sentimental attachment, I find that its basenote character works very well with most of the scents I wear.
Yr good bud,
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Qui nihil potest sperare, desperet nihil.
Let him who can hope for nothing despair of nothing.
Céline Pour Homme is a great relaxing shower gel. Its somehow calming and uplifting at the same time
.... Johnson and Johnson... -_-
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Current Top 5
1. Creed Aventus
2. A*Men Pure Malt
3. L'instant Extreme
4. Nasomatto Duro
5. CDG - Kyoto
Aramis Surface on a hot day because of the mint. Otherwise, Aramis Havana, Diptyque Eau Lente, Jil Sander Feeling Man, and TDH.
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Another in the Rainbath votes here. I used to entertain on a cruise line that used the whole Rainbath line in the stateroom bathrooms, so the smell brings me back to the ships
I'm a colognosaurus. Rawr!
E. Coudray - Vanille et Coco Bain Crème Moussant
damn expensive but so woth it!
Last edited by dr.creed; 9th October 2007 at 12:25 PM.
Rainbath again...but also a friend of mine who is a distributor of Body Oils makes me a shower gel called 'Lick Me All Over'. Now I do not like the Oil but the shower gel is amazing.
Esteban Sensual Russie has been known to cause an amber orgasm in my shower.
Bath & Body Works' Sensual Amber is pretty relaxing.
Sisley Eau de Campagne
Lancome Exfolliant Fraichelle
Last edited by MarkDavid; 10th October 2007 at 03:00 AM.
"To be irreplaceable, one must always be different!" - Coco Chanel
Erolfa shower gel is amazing. But, perhaps it's more energizing than relaxing. I find Bigelow's Mentha Body Wash to be quite calming.
Avoid the reformulated Burberry that looks like a drinking tin. I love the cologne but the shower gel is something I beg to differ on; it is way too sweet.
Last edited by saam16; 12th October 2007 at 09:49 PM.
Old Spice Classic Scent, Javari from The Body Shop
Discount and drug store fragrance trollop. http://www.basenotes.net/group.php?groupid=74
My new fall and winter shower gel, Tramp by Lush. With that name most of you guys might give it a miss, neither wanting to smell like the female or male image of the name. But it is deeply earthy and grounding and quite unisex, possibly a bit tilted to the masculine. Notes of horehound,melissa,oakmoss and patchouli.Intensely deep green, a small amount generates generous suds and it also works surprisingly well as a shampoo.
The new CE Bigelow Green Hair and Body Wash is nice, and it lathers HUGE. VEry good stuff with a smell very similar to RL Polo Blue.
I picked up some Rainbath after reading so many positive comments on it. Alas, it's not really for me. Is it my imagination or do I detect something vaguely "Brut-ish" in there? In any case, I'm reverting back to my standby Eau des Baux. Terrific cedar/tonka combination.
Last edited by Snafoo; 16th October 2007 at 01:56 AM.
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