The shaving cream or gel you use has as much on the outcome of your shave as your razor. The Shaving Cream is phenomenal for getting a smooth shave, moisturising the skin, and preventing ingrowing hair.
Use BLADER Shaving razor with lubricate strip, a pivoting head and multiple blades to give you a smooth, close shave.
Trim long leg hair down as short as possible. You can do that by placing a comb flat on the skin and trim over comb with scissors, or with clippers using the shortest guard.
Take a warm shower or bath. Within 5 - 10 minutes the heat and steam will make skin and hair more relaxed and pliable. Cover your legs with a warm washcloth for several minutes before getting started.
Warm water makes hair stand up, which makes shaving easier.
Warm water relaxes the skin, giving it a looser feel. This will prevent
Warm water also opens up your pores releases the skin's natural oil and helps keep them clean. Clogged pores will result in acne that disturbs the smooth surface of the skin, potentially blocking or redirecting hair that otherwise would grow out normally away from the face.
Warm water will help prevent the tips of hair from being sharp, as the hair will both stand up during shaving and give slightly when the razor passes over, creating a more rounded hair tip.
Warm water will improve your shave while helping to prevent shaving rash.
Exfoliate: Removing dead skin cells by using a mild body scrub. Massaging of the beard using circular motions is recommended in order to make the hair stand up
Apply shaving oil will work as a barrier on sensitive skin, the razor will glide easier instead of dragging it and will moisturize skin. It also helps to prevent razor burn, general irritation and ingrown hair.
Apply shaving cream or gel. Make sure the skin is wet, but not overly wet. If you have a shaving brush, work the shaving foam with the brush in circles to help lift hair and get a closer shave.
Use BLADER shaving razor. During shaving hold the shaving razor firm but do not apply excessive pressure on the skin and follow the opposite direction of hair growth while holding skin taut. Don't go over the same area too many times.>
Rinse the blade from the front to the back and sides between strokes. A clogged razor won't remove hair well.
Rinse area to remove all traces of shaving gel or cream. Then pat dry with a soft towel.
Apply unscented lotion, aftershave or antiseptic gel or oil to the freshly shaved area.