The worst thing about shaving is razor burns. Yes guys, we know it – it’s common and sometimes unexpected. But if you think it occurs due to a stroke of unluckiness – you are wrong.
There are a few steps that can potentially minimise the occurrence of razor burns.
1. Having a proper pre-shave. Spend some time to make sure that your beard is lubricated. If you need to, take a quick shower with warm water. Or if you are lazy, you can just grab the SUAVECITO PRE SHAVE SOLUTION from our product page! Never ever attempt to shave cold.
2. Use quality shaving cream – there’s a lesson to learn when you compromise on quality. Always purchase shaving cream that has a high content of moisture. The best shaving creams do not foam (like the cheaper ones from the drugstores). Instead, they form a rich creamy lather. You want to have as much lubrication between your skin and your razor.
3. Make sure your razor blade is clean and sharp. Hygiene is essential so that your skin does not feel irritated when you shave. Always use a good quality razor (Hint: Shave It Club) so it swiftly cuts your beard instead of causing irritation to your skin. Using an unclean dull razor will potentially traumatise the skin, leading to razor burn and even shaving rash. No need to worry when you sign up with us because we deliver you fresh blades monthly!
4. Cleanse your skin after shaving because the after-shave is the most vulnerable stage. Do not rub your skin, but instead – pat it lightly so you do not irritate your pores. For better results, use an after-shave or post-shave balm.
4 steps to keep the razor burns and shaving rash away – we feel your pain bros, and that’s why we are here to help.