Step 1: Prepare the skin
Cleanse or exfoliate your skin before shaving: Let the gel cleanser foam for a few seconds to purify your skin.
If you shave without cleansing your skin, you risk trapping dirt in your open pores, which tends to cause cuts. Exfoliation helps eliminate dead skin cells, it brightens the complexion, and facilitates cell renewal.
Step 2: shave
Shave right after showering or bathing, steam helps to open pores and soften the hair. For a close shave, use a shaving gel or shaving foam, to straighten the hair and improve the glide of the blade.
You should always shave in the direction of the hair growth to prevent the formation of ingrown hairs. Start by shaving down the cheeks. Then the neck and chin area at the end of shaving which will helps cut the harder hair. Always clean your blade in hot water.
Step 3: soothe
Once finished shaving, sprinkle your face with cold water to close your skin’s pores. To dry your face, dab it with a clean towel, but do not rub! Moisturising aftershave balm moisturises and soothes, it should be massaged into the skin until absorbed.