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Something which all men growing up discover is that you will need to start shaving on a regular basis. for some they start early and need a good shave each day to help maintain a nice clean look. This means they will need the proper tools to ensure they get a close shave. for today’s generation the 3 or 4 blade razors from Gillette are among the most popular. However, there is another option which is considered old school but can provide one of the best close shaves you can get, it’s called a Safety Razor.
A popular model is the Parker Safety Razor, with these razors you simply buy the handle (which is designed to last your lifetime) and some razor blades. the great thing is these razor blades are far cheaper, sharper and more durable than the blade cartridges you buy for modern razors. Think about the amount of money you spend on cartridges for your Mach 3 and how many shaves each cartridge will give you. It’s not something you tend to think about but over the course of a year you will spend quite a sum of money.
For most, modern razors provide a fast and easy approach to shaving with less chance of cutting yourself. the double edged safety razors provide just as close if not closer shave (some practice and technique goes a long way to a good shave) and is also far more economical over the years. Why not try it out for yourself, if you need more convincing why not ask a barber which razor they prefer and no doubt you will be searching for your very own Parker Safety Razor very soon.
It’s a subject many people don’t talk about in general conversation. this of course is a private matter for most and perhaps it should stay that way. Just like proper hygiene and keeping your teeth white people prefer to be groomed down there. after all we are more confident when we are looking our best.
In fact resent polls have stated that most women prefer to have their man well trimmed and groomed. Your significant other may have an opinion to give on this and it’s something that should be discussed.
If you are planning on shaving then ensure you have the proper tools to use. do not use a man’s face razor and foam. this will only lead to many cuts and severe skin irritation with a ton of itching. You should consider first using a man’s grooming tool and then find shaving foam that is for sensitive skin. Often times these types of products have a women’s label on them but they work very well.
If you are planning to just trim back and groom your pubic hair then all you need is a proper grooming tool. Most men find they only need to groom their grown area only about once a month. it is advised that your show before starting to groom for best results.
Many people do use hair inhibitor products as well. this is more for those who completely shave the grown area and not for those who just trim back. if you wish to use a hair inhibitor product you need to make sure it is safe for the genitals and you should also be aware that as soon as you stop taking the product your hair will start to grow back again.