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Procedures for Shaving

Shaving refers to as removing hair using various equipment such as razor or any other bladed equipment up to a certain level and can be up to your skin. One should be careful when shaving since shaving is mostly done in sensitive parts such as underarm or face. It is good to first hydrate the part that you want to shave so as to reduce the irritation that occurs after you have shave since hydration usually soften the hair thus allowing your bladed equipment to glide easily. Instead of hydrating your hair one can also use shave gel which perform the same work as when you hydrate. Some of the equipment which are used include BladeTap and this equipment was created to solve some of the common shaving issues that come with other clogged razor. The BladeTap was produced by this company that is known as Gavin and this company brought many benefits to men and also women as one cannot get sick because of razor burns and it help one to save a lot of money since most of the razors get dulled quickly unlike BladeTap.

The BladeTap works in a way that you will be required to tap your razor down and up to an unclogged brush which is designed in a special way in order to free away any hair that is around the blade. Then you will be required to rinse the hair that remains in the blade so as to keep off your skin from some bacteria and dirt. The next procedure is that you will be required to slide the razor to the direction of the brush where there is a sharpener pad in order to sharpen and polish the unseen nicks that is around the blade. This will help to prevent your skin from any cut or nick.

The BladeTap usually contain 3-IN-1 razor, that is, the unclogger, the holder and the sharpener. The sharpener pad is the soft material which is in the part of honing pad and it is usually created purposely to sharpen and polish the unseen nicks that are in the blade. In order to polish and sharpen these nicks you will be required to press and slide the honing pad. The unclogger brush is the tap which is around the area you use to shave your hair. This tap is usually placed in a flat surface where there is no mount and in case you are us=sing mount it is always good to select a smooth surface. This is because the suction cup requires a firm surface. Lastly, the holder contains two grooves which are designed to work with all types of razor regardless of their shapes and sizes. The work of a holder is to hold razor when you are not using it or when you are travelling.

Shaving refers to as removing hair using various equipment such as razor or any other bladed equipment up to a certain level and can be up to your skin. One should be careful when shaving since shaving is mostly done in sensitive parts such as underarm or face. It is good to first hydrate the part that you want to shave so as to reduce the irritation that occurs after you have shave since hydration usually soften the hair thus allowing your bladed equipment to glide easily. Instead of hydrating your hair one can also use shave gel which perform the same work as when you hydrate. Some of the equipment which are used include BladeTap and this equipment was created to solve some of the common shaving issues that come with other clogged razor. The BladeTap was produced by a company known as Gavin and this company brought many benefits to men and also women as one cannot get sick because of razor burns and it help one to save a lot of money since most of the razors get dulled quickly unlike BladeTap.

The BladeTap works in a way that you will be required to tap your razor down and up to an unclogged brush which is designed in a special way in order to free away any hair that is around the blade. Then you will be required to rinse the hair that remains in the blade so as to keep off your skin from some bacteria and dirt. The next procedure is that you will be required to slide the razor to the direction of the brush where there is a sharpener pad in order to sharpen and polish the unseen nicks that is around the blade. This will help to prevent your skin from any cut or nick.

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