What Is a Pre-Shave Oil?
Pre-shave oils are a term being thrown around everywhere on the Internet these days. Shaving forums, Reddit threads and Facebook posts.
Yet nobody truly knows what they are, do they?
Here’s a simple breakdown of what a Pre-Shave oil is –
Obviously, as the name suggests, a pre-shave oil is a lubricant you apply to your face prior to a shave. It’s an essential part of the wet shaving routine, but the problem is people aren’t aware of the benefits they can provide.
Most pre-shave oils contain natural oils extracted from various different sources like peanuts, almonds, sunflower seeds etc. and thus these oils won’t clog any pores and would rather help smoothen the skin.
Pre-Shave oils are extremely beneficial for men with sensitive skin, but don’t let that stop you if you tend not to break out after a shave either – pre-shave oils can help boost the overall health of your face.
Pre-Shave oils vary in their ingredients, each with slightly different benefits, smells and applications. Some of the favourites that currently roam the markets are jojoba oil, argon oil, coconut oil and olive oil.
Preferences for the oils are subjective and there isn’t any clear evidence as to which has more benefits compared to each other, but what is a proven fact is that each one of these oils is excellent for the skin and helps soften beard and stubble. When using these before a shave, it helps create a thin layer of lubrication over the skin which allows the razors to easily glide over the skin and prevents razor burns. The oils used in these should be 100% natural and should contain ingredients like Argan Oil, Jojoba Oil, Almond Oil, Olive Oil, Vitamin-E and a combination of essential oils. These oils have immense beneficial properties that help reduce irritation, acne and razor burns and also help keep the skin feeling smooth and hydrated after a shave.
Jojoba is an ingredient that you’ll often find in some of the best conditioners and shampoos for the very quality it has to help soften hair. Olive oil is a natural ingredient that can be used to help with acne scarring on the face.
Many of these oils will often be mixed with a natural scent that adds a long-lasting fragrance to your overall appeal. Keep your eye out for lavender and tea tree oil.
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