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Nivea Post Shave Balm for Sensitive Skin – Does It Work?

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February 22, 2017

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Nivea Post Shave Balm for Sensitive Skin – Does It Work?

Nivea Post Shave Balm for sensitive skin is a heavily enriched formula that is supposed to take away the burning sensation of shaving. It also brags that it can help clear up skin plagued by rashes, acne and other unfortunate blemishes that can be removed. So what does it actually […]

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Homemade Shaving Cream 101: How to and Our Favorite Recipe

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February 16, 2017

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Homemade Shaving Cream 101: How to and Our Favorite Recipe

Making homemade shaving cream gives you a say in what goes on your sensitive skin. Store-bought products are often pretty harsh and contain chemicals that you may not want anywhere near you, once you learn where their sources are from. But with homemade shaving cream, you decide what’s in the […]

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Wet Shaving vs Dry Shaving and How to Wet Shave

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February 9, 2017

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Wet Shaving vs Dry Shaving and How to Wet Shave

There is a not-so-quiet war going on in the world of hygiene. The debate between dry and wet shaving is ever so heated. It’s simply rubbing people raw, no pun intended. Though there is no perfect way for everyone to shave, wet shaving is in vogue at the moment. Straight […]

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3 Simple Tips on How to Get Rid of Shaving Bumps

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January 17, 2017

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3 Simple Tips on How to Get Rid of Shaving Bumps

Red, itchy or painful, and unsightly bumps after shaving can ruin even the closest of shaves. Try these three simple tips on how to get rid of shaving bumps. When shave bumps appear, one of two things is happening: either each bump is a tiny infection or is an irritated […]

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Why and How to Use a Pre Shave Oil

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January 9, 2017

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Why and How to Use a Pre Shave Oil

Getting a nice, close shave requires that you shave as close to the skin as possible. But that presents the risk of developing ingrown hairs, razor burn, rashes or even nicks and cuts due to the friction of the skin against the blade. The answer? Reduce the friction as much […]

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