Everyone washes their hair, right? It would be weird not to do so. Shampoos and conditioners are part of everyone’s everyday routine. People don’t tend to feel like they’ve had a bath unless they’ve washed their hair.
Why would it be any different for your beard then?
It’s extremely commonplace for men to be using essential oils as a part of their skincare routine these days. Whether it’s pre-shave oils as a precursor to your morning shave, or beard oils in order to accelerate growth and style your beard, these essential oils are everywhere these days.
We recently talked about the importance of beard oils, and why you need to have them in your life, and now we’re giving you the breakdown of how you can use one.
Read on below.
On this week’s guide to shaving article, we’ve got a whole new set of tips that will bring to you the smooth shave you deserve.
Shaving is a simple art form, but it is an art form, and it needs diligence and discipline to perfect. Check out the tips below and follow them to a tee for a smooth, acne-free face.
For most of us working professionally, taking care of ourselves tends to fall by the wayside; whether it’s our diet and fitness or our overall skincare and grooming.
Fortunately, there’s ways to work around the busy schedule and use the time we do have on our hands to ensure a cleaner and healthier look.
The biggest question surrounding pre-shave oils today is this one: are pre-shave oils even necessary and why should you use them?
You used to get by fine for all these years when you didn’t used to use them, so why change up your routine now?
Shaving is considered an art for a very real reason.
There’s people out there (majority of the modern day rat racers), that view shaving as a mild inconvenience on a Monday morning rather than a subtle yet important part of our overall wellbeing.
For shaving to completely evolve from an inconvenient necessity to the art that we know it can be, there are a few simple mistakes to avoid.
Before you go ahead and purchase that entire rack of pre-shave oils (and trust me you will want to once you see the range of products), there’s a few things you can do to prepare yourself first.
Here's what they are
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