Shaving And Ingrown Hairs
If you're a frequent reader you'll know that I have done several posts about funny shaving experiences. Well, being a guy who shaves his head, I've got hundreds of these shaving stories. Today's is a sponsored post about in-grown hair brought to by the Art of Shaving. I shave my head and face, but unfortunately for me those aren't the only body parts I've As used a razor to remove hair.
There was a time in my life when I fancied myself a highly competitive runner and tri athlete. With a lot more emphasis on the fancy than the actualy competitiveness. Someone who thinks themselves a better athlete than they really are, like myself, one tends to focus on gear and such of the sport, since that's a lot easier.
One of the things that tri athletes like to do is to shave their bodies for the purpose making themselves less resistant in the swim part of the triathlon. Does it really work? I don't know, but it's what triathletes like to do.
So I shaved my legs and my chest to be more aerodynamic. The problem comes in when those hairs start to grow back.
That's when the in grown hair happens.