The thing about hair removal is that unlike other normal rites of passage, such as riding a bicycle or learning to park parallel, no one teaches how to shave always. Even if you conclude that the world of beauty, some influential beauty of YouTube videos on how to write hair to shave your body. (The seminars are technically shaved feet, but those who are not do experts exactly.)
If you had to guess, he probably would have bought us a razor, loaded our legs with shaving cream, and you have to shave, that's all. But if you ever do with itching legs and hair chasing body, which seems to grow back in 10 minutes, you could do wrong thing. Therefore, we ask to give up telling us where we make mistakes and how to correct them.
Mistake # 1:
Foaming with soap for a gentle shave, washing the body would not be cut. And you do not even have to come near the bar of soap. Shaving gel, foam or cream may seem unnecessary, but it is important to get a closer shave and minimize swelling and redness. "Put before shaving hair and hair follicles will soften your skin," says New York dermatologist Dendy Engelman, M.D. "Therefore, there is less irritation when a knife penetrates through the skin." Specific make-up products usually contain plasticizers that trick, although a pinch does make, you could use the conditioner.
Mistake # 2:
Shaving once you into the shower, like tropical smells like matter, your shaving gel or your razor-like razor type fresh from chafing. So why postpone the inevitable and save it to the end of your shower? There is a good reason: "your skin in a warm and moist environment feel let your skin and hair make it smooth," says Whitney Bowe, M.D., a dermatologist in New York. The softer hair and open follicles (steam) allow you to get close and clean shave, so it is less likely that the new stubble will feel later that day.