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For quick, inexpensive and painless hair removal, a razor is your best bet. But it’s important to properly choose, use and care for your razor if you want a smooth shave that’s gentle on your skin.
Not all razors are great for shaving legs, underarms or the bikini line. When choosing your razor, pay close attention to the following features:
For flawless results, follow the three golden rules of shaving:
Prepare your skin. The best time to shave is when you are in the shower or bath and your hair has been in hot water for a few minutes. Once your skin is nice and moist, apply shaving cream or gel to the area you want to shave.
Master the technique. Your shaving technique is just as important as your razor. General rule: minimize the risk of irritation by first shaving in the direction your hair grows, then against the grain. To avoid cuts, finish with the areas that are more delicate or difficult to shave, such as your ankles, knees and bikini line. And be sure to give your blades a good rinse between each pass.
Moisturize your skin after shaving. Want to avoid stepping out of the bathroom feeling like your skin is on fire? Apply a moisturizer that soothes, nourishes and protects the skin.
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