“ Brand: King of Shaves / Type: Shaving Gel / Cream / What it does: Protects „
King of Shaves is a great shaving oil that works as a replacement for shaving foam. I feel this is a great alternative to foam for those who get a shaving rash easily. It works by creating an oily, smooth surface for the razor to glide across, which reduces snagging so you're less likely to react to the process. It can be used by both sexes which makes it a great addition to any bathroom. I find it especially good on my armpits which can often itch after shaving.
It comes in a soft plastic bottle with a pump action spray. You can see the liquid inside which is dark blue at one end and light blue at the other, these need to be shaken together before use so that you get plenty of oil on the area. You use it by spraying it on the area you plan to shave and rubbing it in. I find it's also a good idea to spray it onto the razor itself, but this is of course optional. Then you just go ahead and shave as you normally would.
This product isn't too cheap, but it is a good investment as it lasts a long time. It's also a lifesaver for those who struggle with shaving with normal foam. The downside of this product is that you can't see it, so therefore if you have fair hair like me, you won't be able to see where you've already shaved. However I don't find this a major problem, as if you're really concerned about shaving over the same area more than once then you can always be guided by the way it feels as apposed to the way it looks.
If you like shaving with a razor but don't like all the mess surrounding shaving mousse or gels, this is good.
Simply shake, spray, shave,.. quick rinse and go! Lovely legs fully moisturised and looking good!
Quick and effortless, the only thing to watch out for is, if you shave your armpits then try to apply deoderant without actually washing off the oil with soap, your deoderant may not work.
Good for sensitive skins that are easily irritated, since most shaving related irritations are caused by friction and stripped moisture.
Recently I have switched to an electric shaver which is not as good on the bikini line or armpits but I was getting bored with the old shaving routine. (wish the little blighters would just vanish for good)
Has anyone found if the shaving products- claiming to reduce the hair growth - actually work? My hesitation in trying one of these, is that the product may become absorbed into the skin and then make the hair !!! ON MY HEAD stop growing and THIN out!! (bit extreme yes I know, but have the manufacturers tested these products long term effects enough?) ...there's gonna be someone who it'l happen to, every woman's worst nightmare.
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