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1. Cleanse your skin

Cleanse your skin with a cleanser to get rid of any excess dirt & oil on your face before you shave and then…

2. Apply shaving cream &

Let the shaving cream stay on your face for at least 1 minute before you start shaving. This will soften up your facial hair for a smoother shave.

If you don't have shaving cream,

After you've softened up your hairs by using shaving cream, showering or using a warm rag,

Start Shaving

Shave each area of your face or body ONCE but for a closer shave… Shave each area twice by shaving ONCE with the grain and then ONCE again against the grain but if you do that,

To Shave With an Electric Razor,

Use the right kind of razor

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After You Shave

6 Tips for a Better Shave
  1. On the days you're going to exfoliate your skin… Exfoliate your skin first before you shave because exfoliating removes all the dead skin, helps get rid of ingrown hairs and it'll help reduce razor burn.
  2. Exercise before you shave so your sweat will not irritate your freshly shaved skin.
  3. If it's common for you to get ingrown hairs and razor bumps from shaving then ONLY shave with the grain instead of shaving with & against the grain for a close shave.
  4. Switching to an electric shaver may help you get a better shave that's free of razor burn, razor cuts, razor bumps and ingrown hairs (or vice versa)
  5. Use cortisone cream for any razor burns.
  6. Try not to shave every single day to reduce ingrown hairs & razor bumps.
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