- Swear by exfoliation
- Rely on a fresh razor after 3 uses
- Keep your movement smooth
- Use a hair conditioner
- Finish off by moisturising
Swear by exfoliation
It is necessary to exfoliate before you start shaving your hands and legs because that will ensure that your skin is free of dead cells for a smoother shave. We suggest using a loofah and a mild soap to gently exfoliate prior to shaving.
Rely on a fresh razor after 3 uses
If you’ve already used your razor 3 times over, opt for a fresh one that won’t cause any irritation or infection on the skin. Ideally, go for a five-blade razor that will allow you to navigate easily rather than having to drag against your skin.
Keep your movement smooth
Make sure you do not take long strokes by going all the way from your ankle to the knee. Shaving should involve smaller strokes because you want it to go smoothly without hurting yourself. For those with extra sensitive skin, shave downwards first and then upwards.
Use a hair conditioner
If you truly want a smooth shave, opt for a conditioner to do the job. It creates ample lubrication for a razor to slide easily during hair removal.
Finish off by moisturising
Shaving can cause your skin to become dry and irritable. Hence, you need to ensure that your skin is well-moisturised after the process. We suggest you reach out for the enriching Vaseline Intensive Care Aloe Soothe Body Lotion which contains pure aloe and stratys-3 multi-layer moisture to give your skin optimum hydration. The result? Skin that’s nourished, soft and supple.