Recommendations for an after shave lotion for dry skin?

I use a neutrogena lotion after shaving with my safety razor. I like it but was wondering if there is anything better out there. My face does dry up so a moisturizer is needed to keep my face from looking dry.

I am currently using this one

http://www.amazon.com/Neutrogena-Triple-Protect-Lotion-Ounce/dp/B00...

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I use Kiss my Face Ultra Moisturizer Hydratant Ultra in aloe and olive oil, and it is the best I have found. I use their shave cream as well, and it is excellent and better than the more "manly" products I have tried.

I use Gold Bond Ultimate Mens Essentials, I like that it doesn't have very much of a scent and doesn't leave my skin feeling like there is lotion on it like other products do.

What works best for me is if I apply the lotion post shower but prelather as it gives me a more comfortable shave and also prevents dryness.  It should be noted that I always shave immediatly post shower as well.

It is also worth mentioning that I have only been using a safety razor for about a week now so my opinion is worth taking with a grain of salt.

I use Nivea in the ivory-white bottle. A little goes a long way, it's a nice clean scent that wears off quickly and doesn't interfere with cologne. The moisturizer lasts a long time and isn't greasy.  I've never had a problem with it clocking follicles. 

http://www.walmart.com/ip/14179060?wmlspartner=wlpa&adid=222222...

i use either Aqua Velva blue or Penaud Clubman.

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