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12 August 2003

Is wet or dry shaving better?

What is the difference between wet and dry shaving? And which method is better for your skin?

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When it comes to the different shaving options available, wet shaving is recommended for most skin types. Dry shaving, using an electric razor, is a lot quicker, but is much more harsh on the skin. Wet shaving makes use of a shaving preparation to increase hair removal and reduce damage to the skin. It is an efficient and painless method if the proper technique is followed. If you have the time, wet shaving is always the way to go, however, an electric razor is the best option for the car!

 
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