Razor Shave

Tips

Stretching your skin while you doing shave increases the chance that the hair will ‘snap back’ to below skin level.

781-961-2411

617-288-2220

Razor Shave

  • Kids Hair Cuts and color
  • hot towel Shave
  • Razor Shave
  • Eyebrow Shaving With Razor Hair Removal

Razor Shave Bump Prevention the Art of Shaving

The following  these 2017 steps, may reduce your chance of suffering from razor bumps: • Use a warm towel on sure Prior to shaving hair very wet before shaving, ideally after taking a bath or shower. If you don’t shower first, wet your hair for at least two minutes with warm, soapy water.Wet hair cuts better and easier than dry hair, and is more likely to cut evenly (and not at an angle).• Use a good shaving cream to reduce friction and irritation. Really work the shaving cream into your scalp for at least two minutes, and save areas that tend to developed bumps for last when you’re shaving, so that the shaving cream has longer to soften the hair. • Shave with the grain, not against it. • Don’t go over the same area more than twice. • Don’t stretch out your skin while shaving; let is stay neutral and relaxed. Stretching your skin while you doing shave increases the chance that the hair will ‘snap back’ to below skin level. • Replace your blade regularly. Shaving with a dull blade increases the chances of hair tearing unevenly. • Use a single-blade razor instead of a double- or triple-blade razor. The ‘lift and cut’ effect of multi-blade razors is something people with PFB generally try to avoid. Some people who suffer from razor bumps might prefer using a depilatory (like Nair or Neet) instead of a razor shave. Depilatories work by dissolving the hair so it can be washed off. The chemicals used in depilatories are strong, and may cause irritation. There’s a little more information about them in this article.