According to HowStuffWorks, boys or young men can start shaving their faces once they have enough hair to shave. Boys typically start to grow facial hair between the ages of 9 and 15, but they may not need to shave for some time after that.
A:Proper skin preparation and use of a single-blade razor help ensure the best shave for men. Prior to shaving, warm the skin with a shower or hot towel, massage in non-irritating, lubricating shaving gel or cream to both soften and stimulate the hair follicles, and shave with a single-blade razor in the direction of the hair rather than against it. Pat the face rather than rubbing it after shaving.
A:The length of time it takes for razor burn to go away varies depending on severity and skin type. Normally, razor burn disappears in a short amount of time. This is typically within a few hours to a couple of days; however, there are ways to help razor burn go away faster.
A:According to HowStuffWorks, boys or young men can start shaving their faces once they have enough hair to shave. Boys typically start to grow facial hair between the ages of 9 and 15, but they may not need to shave for some time after that.
A:To trim your mustache, dampen it slightly with water, and apply some mustache wax evenly. Use a fine-toothed mustache comb to comb your mustache downward before trimming along the top lip with a pair of scissors. Lift small sections of the mustache hair using a comb, and trim to the desired length. Comb downward again, and check for evenness.
A:A 1928 study found that there is no evidence that shaving accelerates the rate of hair growth. This directly compared the rate of hair regrowth among shavers and those that let their hair grow naturally.
A:Prevent skin from being too dry before and after shaving, and remove shaving cream or gel residue after shaving to prevent itching after shaving. Choose shaving products that moisturize instead of dry the skin, avoid drying showering techniques and use moisturizing products before and after shaving to reduce or stop the skin from itching.
A:The most common way to get rid of razor burn is to apply salicylic acid to the infected area. Dab an acne cream made with salicylic acid onto the infected area, and let it sit for 15 minutes or until it is dry. After the area is dry, wash it off, and dab the infected area dry with a towel.
A:Preventing razor bumps is as simple as doing some pre-shave preparation, using the right lubricant, selecting the right razor and using the proper shaving technique. Razor bumps, or razor burn, are caused by an irritation of the skin from shaving. It resembles a red rash with small bumps and can be itchy and painful.
A:Braun replacement parts can be purchased through the company's Authorized Service Partners. This information can be found by doing a quick search on Braun's website based on your location, the product and the part you need.
A:To make minor repairs to Norelco razors, disassemble the razor to determine if the product requires replacement parts. Assembly instructions vary according to the model number, though many models have a release button near the razor blades for easy access to the razor's interior.
A:The Schick Personal Touch razor and razor refills are discontinued and are no longer available from Schick, according to the Schick website. As of 2015, Overstock, Amazon and Wal-Mart online stores are currently out of stock and may not have stock available in the future. Some select Wal-Mart locations have limited availability and stores can be searched for inventory from their website.
A:Shaving your arms, as with shaving other body parts, will temporarily remove body hair in probably the quickest and most comfortable way, and, as with other hair removal methods, shaving will allow hair to grow back naturally, not thicker or darker. To maintain smoothness and appearance without nubs, shaving will have to be repeated, possibly several times per week, depending on the thickness and darkness of the hair.
A:According to AskMen.com, some of the best electric razors for obtaining a close shave include the Panasonic ES-LT41-K and the Remington XR1370 Hyper Series Rotary Shaver. These also featured among their top 10razors for all-round performance.
A:The New York Times claims that in 2005 63.6 percent of men, out of the 118 surveyed, said they shave their legs on a regular basis. Men who removed the hair reported feeling more hygienic and attractive without leg hair.
A:The Microtouch One razor is a modern version of the classic one blade shaving system. The basic package, as seen on TV, includes the razor, a deluxe carrying case and 12 replacement blades, with the option to add on an additional dozen blades plus shipping and handling.