12 August 2003

Wet shaving

Have you ever wondered what the difference is between a wet shave and a dry one? And which one is better? Read on for the answers.


After thousands of years, shaving remains one of the cheapest, safest, easiest and most effective methods of hair removal. This is probably why shaving is the method preferred by most dermatologists.

When it comes to the different shaving options available, wet shaving is recommended for most skin types. Although it’s a lot quicker, dry shaving that is done with an electric razor, is much more harsh on the skin.

For a good wet shave, you need a quality razor and a shaving preparation to increase hair removal and reduce damage to the skin. Wet shaving can be efficient and painless if the proper technique is followed. Here goes…


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