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5 great shaving tips

Over the last century, fashion has brought short skirts and short shorts in our wardrobe. Bare legs has lead to an increase in leg shaving and hair removal in women.

Today, most women would never think of ever going out in a short skirt and hairy legs. Women from all around the world are looking for the best way to get rid of hair, whether it is on the leg, under the armpit, on the face or on the bikini area. While waxing and laser hair removal are becoming more and more popular, shaving remains the favorite way to remove unwanted hair for two reasons. First, it is the least expensive. Then, it doesn't hurt, or not as much as waxing or laser treatment. So here are 5 shaving tips to ensure that you are shaving the right way to decrease the chances of nicks and cut and irritation so commonly found with shaving.

1. Start with a hot shower. A hot shower will allow your hair to soften and your skin to moisten. This is especially true if you are shaving dry, with a women's electric shaver. Softer hair will allow a closer shave, and moist skin will decrease the risks of irritation and nicks.

2. Test your razor, ask for recommendation, read reviews online. Know your skin. Do you have a sensitive skin? If so, an electric shaver may work better for you as they don't shave quite as close as a regular blade. If you still want to use a manual blade, make sure to choose a hypoallergenic brand to reduce the chance of irritation. Decide what type of shaver your prefer. Electric vs manual. Each has their advantages and their disadvantages. Read about them and read reviews.

3. A sharp blade is the key to a close shave. So make sure to change your razors or cartridges on a regular basis. A dull blade will force you to put more pressure on the shaver, increasing the risks of nicks and scratches.

4. Exfoliate! Regularly exfoliate. Before shaving is even better. It will help you get rid of dead skin cells. Those dead skin cells could clog up your razor, eventually preventing it to give you a close shave. Exfoliating also allows ingrown hairs to pop out, giving you an even smoother skin.

5. After shaving, make sure to always moisturize, either with oil or with a moisturizer. After shaving, your skin tend to be more dry and moisturizing will help your skin regenerate faster, decreasing the chance of rash and irritation.

We hope that with all these tips, you'll be able to avoid nicks, cuts and irritation while using your shaver.

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