This is just a misconception. Fearing this, many of the men are afraid of shaving. Shaving does not affect the growth of hair. Due to shaving, hairs become thick only because of the angle of the cut that occurs when using a razor. Facial hair becomes thicker and continues to grow thicker for the several years after the onset of puberty. This process varies from person to person.
Shaving is the most important aspect of grooming for men. You should not be afraid of myths, shave twice a day. It is believed that ninety percent of all men shave at least once per day. If you want to speed up your shaving then keep some important points in your mind.
First of all, it is very important to thoroughly prepare the skin for shaving. You must prepare your skin for the wrath of an open blade before shaving. This preparation involves washing the face with plenty of hot water or you can also apply a steaming towel on face. You should dab steaming towel against face from time to time before removing it as the steam gradually evaporated. You can also go with hot shower.
Then use a razor to remove the hair from the face. Use a fresh and new blade as often as you can. While removing hair by using razor make sure to don’t stretch your skin as you shave and do the opposite and loosen it. These two techniques will be really beneficial for you and combination of these two techniques will greatly limit cuts and blemishes.
After shave it is necessary to nourish the skin as shaving parches it. After shaving skin is most vulnerable so rinse the face with warm water and use a facial wash that has a high concentration of tea tree oil. Moisture is really important for skin as it prevents sun rays and also act as a shield against external aggression from pollution and direct contact with bacteria. Use a moisturizer or after shave lotion. In market a variety of after shave products are available.
Apply these tips to speed up your shave. These tips will help you and contribute a lot in grooming your personality.
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