Two-pack, 16 ounces, prevents flakes in winter yet light and breathable in the summer.
Why do the makers of body wash assume that men want to smell like tulips or that K-Mart cologne Uncle Chester wore in the 1980s? Ew. No, if we want to smell like anything, it would be bourbon and wood. Not a "I got drunk in the forest again" scent, but a subtle, complex aroma that makes women want to wear your shirt the next morning. This stuff contains marula oil, which moisturizes without feeling filmy. It also kinda looks like a bottle of vodka sitting in your shower, and really, who doesn't want that? – Chris Shugart