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To use shaving soap, wet a shaving brush with hot water, and rub the brush in a circular motion on the soap to make lather. Apply the lather to your face in circular motions with the brush. Add more hot water to the brus... More »

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Shaving soap resembles a bar of soap and is what was traditionally used when shaving. Shaving cream is basically a lathered version of the soap that comes in a gel or foam form, often in an aerosol can. More »

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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. More »

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A shaving mug set typically includes a shaving mug, shaving soap and a brush, but some sets also include stands for the brush and a razor. As of 2015, a variety of shaving mug sets is available from Amazon.com. Brands wi... More »

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Clean a cast-iron pan by adding hot water and soap to the pan, then scrubbing gently with a stiff brush. After a few minutes, wash the pan under hot water, and towel it dry immediately. Apply a small amount of oil to the... More »

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Shaving soap resembles a bar of soap and is what was traditionally used when shaving. Shaving cream is basically a lathered version of the soap that comes in a gel or foam form, often in an aerosol can. More »

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Soap lather is the result of tiny atom chains that are created by the hydrophobic tails of soap when they react with air. This part of atoms turn their properties away from water and begin to react when they interact wit... More »

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