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Does Shaving With a disposable razor then an electric razor damge your skin?

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the razor really doesn't matter it depends on how close you want to shave

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Yes you can use shaving cream with an electric razor, but it wouldn't be needed all the time or with certain types of electric razors.


- Quality razor with disposable heads. - Electric razor - Razor with multiple heads. - Razor with a pivoting head. Those razors can give you smooth, close shave. Don't forget to exfoliate before shaving and apply moisturizer afterwards.


Shave very carefully! Or use an electric razor.


Newer models can absolutely be used with shaving cream, and even in the shower. Make sure your electric razor is advertised as a "Wet/Dry" razor. A wet dry electric razor can be used with shaving cream. However it's often used simply with water or a special type of cream. Neutrogena makes shaving creams just for wet dry razors and Gilette recommends their own special shaving cream.


The ones i used were just some Gilette disposable ones.


A disposable razor with 3-4 blades can give you the closest shave possible because after a few uses the blade on an electric razor becomes dull.


No, you cannot bring a straight razor in your air travel kit. You can bring an electric or a disposable razor.


While the Art Of Shaving 3 Blade Razor - Mach3 Classic Black & Nickel-Plated razor is an elegant and durable razor which can accept heads from popular brands of disposable razors the retail price of this package is rather steep. For a teenager just starting to shave a modest disposable razor package will provide a better value for your money.


i never used an electric razor in the first place. My mom helped me shave the first time.


use shaving gel or soap if you have to and a good razor or get a small electric shaver , shave in the direction the hair grows - you may get "razor burn" which are small red itchy bumps but that goes away nothing to worry about.




yes, if it is a safety razor like a mach 3 and not a disposable straight blade. those are no go.


According to the TSA you may take any kind of razor for check in luggage. For carry on you may take safety razors, disposable shaving razors and razor cartridges. You may not take razor blades, box cutters, or utility knifes.


It's possible. I can't think of an STD that would cause several pimples around the groin. Try shaving with an electric razor instead of a regular razor. Remember - shaving and causing abrasions to the skin make it easier to get an STD. (If you have sex with someone infected...)


If you mean razor burn it is when you shave and and leaves the skin red and sore like a burn. A good shaving cream can help, so can a sharp razor or maybe a good quality electric razor. Also your skin gets somewhat used to shaving after awhile. To get a good idea on what is razor burn and how to prep for a shave, shave properly, and avoid razor burn visit the site attached below.


If you want to purchase an electric shaving kit I would go with the Norelco 8020X. However you can customize to what you think your husband will like by building your own shaving kit. You would just need to include the following: an exfoliant scrub for pre-shave, pre-shave oil, blade oil, shaving powder, shaving cream (optional), an electric razor, and aftershave.


The safety razor was initially developed by William S Henson as an improvement on the cut-throat which was being used at the time. The disposable blade was invented by Gillette. Initially he had experimented with glass blades, that failed, and moved on to metal.


If you want a clean, close shave every time, you should use an electric razor. Lots of men shy away from using this method of shaving only because they’ve never tried it before. People tend to stick with what they’re used to. However, properly shaving with an electric razor will produce better results than using a disposable razor. 1. Shower or wash your face with very warm water before starting to shave. This will prepare your skin for shaving by opening up your pores. 2. Make sure your face is completely dry before shaving. Electric razors should not be used on skin that is wet. 3. Clean your razor before use. Every razor has different instructions on cleaning. Some come with brushes to clean out the blades, and others require that you rinse them with water. Don’t try to clean yours until you know exactly how it needs to be done. 4. Apply shaving cream or gel to your face, completely covering all the areas where hair grows. It’s a good idea to leave it on for a few minutes before beginning to shave. Doing this allows the cream to soak into the skin, producing better results. 5. Shave your face in the opposite direction of your hair growth. Don’t go over the same areas more than once. This could increase the likelihood of nicks, cuts and skin irritation. 6. When you are finished shaving, apply a moisturizing aftershave lotion to your face. You can also use perfumed aftershave if you want to smell nice. Electric razors have many advantages over disposable razors. Once you learn to use one, you will likely not ever want to go back to disposables due to how much more effective they are. Electric razors will save you money in the long run as well. Blades only need to be replaced every 4 to 5 months, whereas most men buy packs of disposable razors on a monthly basis.


This can be trick. Waxing is usually not the most comfortable way. Honestly, shaving is about the most comfortable. A good razor though. Not a dull one and not a disposable one. Use a lot of shaving cream, be very slow and very gentle.


There are a number of tips that may help one avoid razor burn when shaving pubic hairs. It is stated that this is best done in the shower as the pores will be open and one will have a closer shave. Using a shaving gel or cream can also provide a barrier to avoid razor burn. It is also suggested to use a new razor when shaving.


Razor blades were first used in the Bronze age around 18000 BC. In the 21st century safety razors, whether electric or not, became very popular. In 1901, Gillette invented a razor wit disposable blades.


throw away your razor so you'll stop shaving your pimples




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