Thursday, 1 December 2011

Choosing a Good Razor

My husband has a sensitive skin but over the 5 years of being married to him I only saw him once with razor burns! Now, he believes that a bad choice of razor is the main factor of getting those razor bumps and cuts, so to avoid those from getting into your skin, here is a guide of choosing a good razor.

• If you have a problem with razor burns or if you have a sensitive skin like my husband, a safety razor is recommended. The reason for this is that this razor gives an easy control of directions and it gives a better control of the pressure of the razor hitting the skin.

• If you prefer to choose an electric razor, the best thing to get is a modern type, the one which you can use a shaving cream with.

Now when choosing the right blades, there are razors with 4 blades, 3 blades, 2 blades as well as 1 blade, but a razor with 2 blades is recommended for someone who has a sensitive skin! Why? Well, it is because the 3 and 4 blades give so much blade contact on the skin which can cause razor burns and razor bumps too.

For some they may recommend that you experiment by using deferent razors when shaving to see which one suits you best, but my husband would always recommend a safety razor, especially to those who have sensitive skin.

Disclaimer: I am participating in a blogger campaign called The Art of Shaving from Bucks2Blog and was compensated. However, the views and opinions are my own.

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