Tips for Proper Shaving
Men have been shaving for decades, and still they do not know what the best way to shave is and how it is a type of peeling that women pay for dearly in the beauty salons. You should shave in the morning, because the skin at that time of day is most elastic, and therefore less vulnerable to cuts. If at all possible, shave right after getting up, even before breakfast. Chewing improves the circulation to the cheeks and possible cuts bleed more.
Regular shaving makes the hair come out stronger on the surface which many women can attest. Before shaving with the best electric shavers or razors, it is recommended to rub the area with shaving oil and leave it on for a while. It softens the beard and makes shaving safer.
Frequent shaving injuries (cuts) are caused by damaged or a dull razor or shaving the wrong way. Risk of injury is reduced when you tighten your skin and shave with short, light strokes. If, however, you cut yourself, simply use alum to stop the blood.
When there’s acne involved, it is important not how to shave but how often. The less razor work, the better.
If you prefer a wet shave, you should be well prepared. Before applying foam or shaving soap it is important to thoroughly clean face with washing gel or moisturizing soap and warm water.
Forget dull blades and fast moves! If you’re using an electric shaver, the device should be cleaned after each use so as not to develop bacteria.
And another important thing; young people, especially black-haired people very often look good with a one to two day beard. If you happen to notice gray hair, we recommend regular (daily) shave.