Shaving Tips Men Skincare - Let's talk about some shaving tips for my gentlemen out there... I want to help you get a clean shave every time. Shaving can be a challenge for both men and women.

I've put together a few tips to help you along your journey. I spoke with a dermatologist who shared these tips with me to help you along your journey to clear, smooth, and even skin. I want to help you get a clean shave every time.

If you looked now, you would see there are a plethora of razors out there - Some are more geared for ladies and others are more geared for guys. There's no shortage of razors however, does any of them offer the perfect shave?

According to dermatologists, it’s less about which tools you use, and more about your shaving preparation and technique. For a clean and comfortable shave, dermatologists offer these tips.

Today's blog article is for the guys out there! I know, there's a lot of information out there! however, most of the information is geared towards women!! You have skin too!! One of my podcast listeners requested this mini-series!! Come back here tomorrow for the second part of the blog series. Also, listen to the podcast episode. This episode is for the gentlemen only! No ladies allowed for this one 🙂
Tips for men: How to shave

Shaving Tips Men Skincare

Before you shave, wet your skin and hair to soften it. A great time to shave is right after a shower, as your skin will be warm and moist and free of excess oil and dead skin cells that can clog up your razor blade.
Next, apply a shaving cream or gel. If you have very dry or sensitive skin, look for a shaving cream that says “sensitive skin” on the label.
Shave in the direction that the hair grows. This is an important step to help prevent razor bumps and burns.
Rinse after each swipe of the razor. In addition, make sure you change your blade or throw away disposable razors after 5 to 7 shaves to minimize irritation. Many people will keep using it until it falls apart.

Shaving Tips Men Skincare

Always Store your razor in a dry area. Between shaves, make sure your razor dries completely to prevent bacteria from growing on it. Do not leave your razor in the shower or on a wet sink.
Men who have acne should take special care while shaving. Because, shaving can irritate your skin, making acne worse.
If you have acne on your face, try experimenting with electric or disposable blade razors to see which work best for you. Some razors even exfoliate dead skin cell, removes hair, and dust not harm your skin - No cuts
Use a razor with a sharp blade. No one likes dull things in life... You should have the same energy when it comes to your razor.
Shave lightly to prevent nicks and never try to shave off the acne as both can make acne worse.

I hope you've enjoyed these Shaving Tips Men Skincare. If you have questions about how to shave or take care of your skin, Book An In-depth New Client Consultation and Facial with your favorite local Esthetician.


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