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Ah and yes, the alcoholic fragrance made every man think of himself as an exhibit of hardy that stands against a background of horse and prickly cactuses with other ostentatious manly gears. Now I know why my grandfather's gait would suddenly change after he slapped that aftershave on his reddened cheeks. Men. We don't mean to put aftershave-user Pensida Cellulite Cream fellas off their stride. We want all men to think of giving off a lingering fragrance that every woman wants to be accosted with. But fellas, a flower that discharges smotheringly sweet aroma is often throttled and trampled upon. Ouch. We don't know how you will link this. Anyway. Why smell nice at the expense of your skin fellas? Aftershave ain't just about smelling like an imaginary cowboy but about protecting your skin from bacteria and moisturizing it from the close shaving encounters and razor burns. We believe that a man shouldn't just smell like a man but a gentleman. Moving on. Your cheeks after shaving must look in mint condition with that signature polished look of a gentleman. Gents, we now present to you some good options that you can try in place of the stinging aftershave. Aloe Vera Aloe Vera's natural anti-inflammatory property makes it a good aftershave alternative for all skin types. It will have a very smooth and soothing effect on your skin; your skin will be so touchable that you will feel like pulling your own cheeks. Uh, okay, maybe we went a bit too far with this one but you will love that feeling and most importantly your skin will be fed with the essential nutrients. Apple Cider Vinegar Aftershave