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How To: Reduce Razor Burn and Get a Closer Shave

How-to Reduce Razor Burn
Purpose: Achieve a close, effective shave while avoiding ingrown hairs, razor burn and irritated skin.
Estimated Time: 5 minutes
Tools: Advanced Shave Formula, Post-Shave Repair, Microfine Face Scrub, Advanced Face Lotion, Shaving Razor
Related Articles: Shave for Results - Recommendations for Razor Burn
While showering with lukewarm water, apply a thin layer of Microfine Face Scrub to your face and beard area.

Massage Microfine Face Scrub into skin for 1-2 minutes to exfoliate and prepare skin for shaving.

Completely wash away Microfine Face Scrub.

Apply a thick layer of Advanced Shave Formula to face and beard area.

Leave on for 1-2 minutes.
Shave face and beard area with gentle strokes, making sure to use a sharp blade to reduce irritation.
Rinse face.
After showering and toweling off, spray Post-Shave Repair over your entire face. Let evaporate.
Finish by applying Advanced Face Lotion within 5-10 minutes of stepping out of shower to lock-in moisture with nourishing ingredients.
Tips: Shaving in the shower makes hairs soft and opens pores, allowing you to shave effectively and comfortably and reduce outbreaks of razor bumps. For an extremely close shave, try shaving with the grain using very light pressure. Then reapply a coat of shaving cream and shave against the grain.
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