Shaving cream with a coffee kick

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(From Daily Mail) Men who can’t function without an early morning coffee kick can now get it as they’re having a shave.

A new product has added caffeine to normal shaving cream. It is absorbed by the skin – and an energy boost can be felt within five minutes, even before you’ve put your trousers on.

The effect of the product is thought to set in when a man uses the matching aftershave.

An 85g bottle of the cream contains around 50mg of caffeine which is about the same level as a fizzy drink such as Coca Cola.

It also helps to reduce red patches and blemishes on the skin.

The bizarre cosmetic, dubbed the Caffeinated Shaving Cream, was invented by Stan AdesStan Ades, 43, after he spotted the gap in the market.

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