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Tyler

Ah yes, raises the eternal question—Old Spice or Aqua Velva?

Says Tyler on December 4, 2006

Tim

Still today, with all of the colognes and after shaves on the market, ther's nothing like Aqua Velva. Still the best.

Says Tim on October 29, 2007

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You appear not to receive pictures, otherwise I would send you some photos of my brother-in-law who burned his face so badly (alkali - think Drano) that he has brought suit against Combe, the manufacturer. It also contained an acidic residue (oxalic acid) which can kill you. Drink Aqua Velva (or put it on your face) at your own risk.

Says Rick Henderson on April 29, 2008

Brian

This commerical for Aqua Velva is the best thing I've ever seen. Especially how they pronounce "aqua" as "akwa".

Says Brian on April 29, 2008

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Why is aqua velva balm no longer manufactored?

Says cwilsonrn2002@yahoo.com on June 9, 2008

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Hate to be the one to break it to you, but Aqua Velva is not a cologne. Aqua Velva is an after-shave. It's purpose is to tone and sooth the skin from razor burn after shaving. Because of this, it has a fleeting scent that disappears usually within the hour, and does not interfere with colognes, which _are_ meant to scent the wearer for a prolonged period of time. Aqua Velva has been around for so long because it is effective at what it does, without breaking the bank.

Says Stormy on January 13, 2010

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