Follow These Hair Removal Steps For A Perfect Shave Without Any Rashes........
Posted Nov 10 2010 7:54pm
My today's post is both for my male and female visitors as all of us are involved in shaving. Shaving is one such thing, if not done properly will leave your skin with rashes and cuts. So to avoid this skin damage, I have mentioned here some easy and simple tips which would help you get a perfect shave and also take care of your skin.
The very first and the most important thing to keep in mind is not to shave as soon as you wake up. You may have noticed your puffy and swollen face every morning you wake up. It is because of the body fluids that get collected beneath the skin during night. It will prevent you from getting a clean and smooth shave.
Use a sharp blade for shaving, dont use a dull blade. A dull blade will always result in redness of skin, cuts, soreness of skin and rashes.
Prior to shaving it is always important to exfoliate your skin with a cleansing lotion or a mild scrub. Exfoliation removes the dead cells and also opens the pores resulting in a close and a clean shave.
Always shave in the direction of hair growth. Shaving in the opposite direction leads to redness, rashes, razor burn and a lot of skin damage.
The regrowth of the shaven hair should be shaved properly. They should be softened with warm or hot water before shaving. It gives a close and a clean shave.
Also the shaving cream should be massaged thoroughly on to the regrown hairs to avoid cuts and rashes. A conditioner can also be used for other body parts.
It is always advisable to use aloe-vera and vitamin e oil based shaving cream. Even after shaving massage the area with an aloe-vera and vitamin e oil based body cream, it soothes the skin and also moisturizes it well.
For any information on skin care please contact me, It would be my pleasure to help you out.
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