Lately, I’ve been reading the ingredients on stuff I use, and was interested to note that Lectric Shave contains Fragrance, plus Green 5, Yellow 10 and Orange 4 dyes. I use the product just before I go into the shower, so thought it didn’t make since to have those things in a product I washed off within minutes. I looked up Lectric Shave and found it’s a product of Combe Incorporated and sent off a letter to Mr. Christopher B. Combe, President, suggesting those items be removed. I told him about allergic reactions to dyes and fragrances and mentioned a reduction in production costs could be realized. Their current brands are “category leaders in feminine health and intimate skin care, men’s hair color and grooming, and oral device care.” It took several weeks, but I did receive a response. Not from Mr. Combe, but from someone in his customer response organization. In a few short sentences, she wrote that, if I didn’t like their product, I shouldn’t buy it.
That sent me off to wonder about other of their products I shouldn’t buy, so I did some research and here’s what I found I shouldn’t buy, besides Lectric Shave: Vagisil, Just For Men, Aqua Velva, Brylcreem, Johnson’s Foot Powder and Sea.Bond. So they are now on my “No Shopping” list, not that I’d ever need Vagisil.