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Shaving is a morning ritual for most men. However, it can sometimes be damaging to the skin, especially if it's sensitive. The correct technique, good-quality products and natural ingredients can help you avoid razor bumps and discomfort. Discover which shaving product is best for your skin with L’Occitane shaving tips!
The secret to generous lather and clear skin lies in the use of a shaving brush ! While making any shaving cream produce a thick lather, it also massages your skin to remove any dead cells and impurities. Last but not least, it will bring a classic, stylish touch to the bathroom.
It helps to soothe and moisturise the skin after shaving.
It helps the skin look healthy and feel clean all day long.
The light and fluid texture melts into the skin without leaving a greasy residue. Subtly perfumed, it leaves behind a mood-lifting scent.
Its properties have long been a secret in Provence, passed down from father to son. Cade wood yields a precious oil with protective benefits, which is why shepherds used it to shield their skin from the cutting wind. L’OCCITANE developed the Cade range to prevent and soothe discomfort caused by shaving.
90% of men who tried the Cade After-Shave Balm said it helped to calm burning sensations experienced after shaving, and 80% said it reduces sensations of irritations*.
*Cade After-Shave Balm consumer test on 20 men over 3 weeks.
To avoid razor bumps and irritation, do not press too hard and start with the least sensitive areas. This gives the hair, such as on the chin and neck, time to soften under the shaving cream for a more comfortable shave.
Never forget to shave in the direction of the beard growth and follow these steps:
1) Start with the sideburn and work towards the mouth
3) Finish with the lower face: chin towards the neck
For an optimal shave, a good razor with high-quality blades is essential to avoid cuts and irritation. When you’re shaving, one or two passes should be enough. When it’s not the case anymore it’s time for you to change your blades.
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