Orem Chiropractor How To Avoid In Grown Hair

As a guy who shaves his head, face, neck and at times arms, legs and chest I've developed the perfect shaving routine. In this post sponsored by the Art of Shaving I'll share my tried and true shaving routine for the perfect shave and how to shave so as to prevent in-grown hair.

The first thing I like to do before shaving is to get a good soap lather and wash my face. With a good soap lather still on my face I then scrape or scratch my facial hairs against the grain do as to get them to "stand up" as much as possible.

Once I've got my facial hair standing up the most important thing is having a good lubricant. Because shave my head I do all my shaving in the shower and I don't use shaving cream. I found the best lubricant to be a slippery, body shower gel.

The last thing is a fresh, sharp razor. I found the more dull my razor the more nicks I get. Aso a dull razor tends to pull facial hairs before cutting them.

To avoid in grown hair you must avoid shaving too closely. Hair stubs cut too closely will get trapped inside the hair follicle and dig inward or sideways.

To avoid shaving too close, don't pull the skin when you shave; don't put too much pressure on the blades and shave with the grain.

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