ShavingShaving: How hard can it be to shave hair off your face, legs, chest or from the anal crack. It’s not hard at all to shave as it is scary, simply because, you are working with a razor blade. Shaving pubic hair or a beard or trimming a moustache takes skill and patience, so if you have a cut throat razor in your hand do not attempt to rush the shave. There is a lot to shaving if you are looking to get a good close shave to leave a smooth finish. Things like proper shaving equipment and shaving tools and being organised will give you the edge on getting your shaving technique right.

Never speed up this process even if it is only to quickly remove bristles or stubble. When you are working with a sharp instrument you need to be safe, whereas if speed is involved its very likely cuts and nick will happen.

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Benefits of A Close Shave

Smooth Soft Skin
No stragglers
More defined and contoured look

Negative Side Effects to Shaving

Razor burn
Razor bumps
Danger of infection
Painful hair re-growth
Acne (Boils/Pimples)
Ingrown hairs

A bad shave can bring one or two of the symptoms above if not more, whereas with a careful shave to get the perfect finish you are likely to avoid these.

Help lessen the bad side effects of shaving

Use a new razor blade – but if you have to use the same one for a second shave make sure it is clean and not clogged.
Use a pre-shave oil.
Shaving cream: Use the unscented type, it helps prevent irritation
Buy a razor bump treatment kit, should it be needed.
Have talcum powder to dust the skin after a shave
Keep an exfoliating cloth close by.

It’s wise to have a hand towel and bowl of cold water ready at your side to rinse the razor after every shave stroke.

Safety: A steady hand and concentration will keep you safe and your skin free of nicks and cuts.

Consider booking into a salon to have genital skin waxed to remove hair. Shaving round the penis vagina and anus are complicated areas so leave these body parts to the experts.

How to shave

Wash the area to be shaved.
Rub a couple of drops of pre-shave oil to the skin followed by
shaving cream or foam.
Wet the razor blade with cold water and begin shaving in the same direction of hair growth.
Don’t put pressure on the skin let the razor do the work.
Ingrown hairs are a possibility when shaving against the grain.
Rinse the blade regularly to help prevent swelling and redness
Pat the skin dry rather than rub as it will be tender.
A mirror is a must for this process.
Treat the hair free area with razor burn treatment to lessen irritation and speed up healing.
Talc the skin to soften it and keep it dry.


is not a permanent hair removal procedure so you will need to repeat and shave when necessary. Waxing or laser treatment however will keep hair at bay for a longer time than that of what a shave would do. Some treatments of this nature can be expensive so check prices for hair removal procedures first. It does not matter which part of the body you are shaving, take your time, as this will help you avoid having to book an appointment with a doctor instead of a hair removal expert, and, all because you didn’t book with someone who shaves hair for a living.