Man Meets Blade and Man Wins
If you ever cut yourself shaving or experienced razor burn, you’re not alone. It’s because of the lack of lubrication and moisture during the shaving process. Shaving success starts with a highly emollient, glycerin-based shaving cream coupled with the right technique. Score: Man 1 Blade 0.
Step 1: Wet your face and blade with warm water to open pores and provide extra glide for the blade.
Step 2: Apply a thin layer of shave cream to your skin. Now here’s the winning play – let the shave cream sit for 30 seconds so it absorbs into your beard to lift and soften stubble (Recommended Product: Sake Infused Shave Cream).
Step 3: To eliminate ingrown hair, maneuver your blade in short, even strokes in the direction of the stubble growth. Shave downward, except the sides of the neck where you shave inwards and upwards from the top of the Adam’s apple.
Step 4: Rinse your face with warm water immediately post-shave and pat face dry (don’t rub unless you want further irritation).