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Monthly Archives: May 2012

  1. Cut Throat Razor Shaving For Beginners

    Q: I am thinking of switching to an open razor blade, however I am little nervous! What do you recommend i.e. blade, instruction etc. Find out what Brian advises is the best straight razor to begin with in this blog post.

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  2. Shaving Rash Solutions From Our Shaving Expert

    Q: I have tried numerous blades over the years, but never seem able to get a close shave without cutting myself whilst taking half an hour or more shaving in multiple directions. Additionally I get a line of rash on the line of the neck; regardless of direction of cut or product used. Please can you help as I don't hear about colleagues having the same grief. I currently use Mach3 blades and Nivea shave cream and post shave soothing balm. Find out what Brian advises as a solution to this query in this blog post

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  3. Shaving Creams Versus Shaving Soaps - How Long Do They Last?

    Mark, from England, had built up a wide range of different shaving soaps and shaving creams. Here he asked us if either of them have a specific shelf life, or use by date. He also wanted some advice on how best to look after his razor.

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  4. Bee Venom Moisturising Cream For Men

    Q: I have used Fitjar K3 Moisturiser in the past and found it very good. I need to buy some more but was also considering the new, New Zealand Bee Venom Moisturiser.  How do they compare? Bee Venom moisturiser might not be the first choice for many wet shavers, however, Brian explains why it is a great alternative to some more commonly available ones in this blog post.

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  5. Black Men and Razor Bumps

    Q: I am a black male with shaving bump prone skin can you recommends tips, products and razors to consider? If you suffer from razor bumps, Brian's reply to this question is just for you.

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  6. Merkur 34c Safety Razor Recommend Or Not?

    Q: I will be new to using safety razors as I have always used Mach 3's before. Would you recommend the Merkur 34C as a good shaver to start with? The double edged razor blades, how long do they last compared with the mach 3 blades? Are they just as resilient, or do they generally last much longer before losing their sharpness. Find out how much Brian rates the Merkur 34C doulbed razor in this latest blog post.

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  7. Razor Burn and Shaving Rash Problems

    Q: Despite using pre-shave treatment, making sure I use hot water, and a good brush and shaving cream. I always seem to have little cuts and nicks after shaving, and always have a rash in the area shaving from my ear down toward my Adam's apple. If you suffer from razor burn, sensitive skin, or other skin irritation after shaving, read this latest blog post from Brian for some hints, tips and recommendations to help prevent and treat it.

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  8. Shaving Sesitive Skin With A Vintage Safety Razor

    Q: Hello, I am contacting you because I have a Gillette line of the British Aristocrat No. 22 that was made in England is very nice but the problem is that I have irritated skin with blades. Please you advise me of good blades for sensitive skin? Brian answers this recent question we received, in this latest blog post.

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  9. How To Shave Pubic Hair

    Q: I'm consent to shave my pubic hair, but if I shave it with clean shaved, I'll get some itchy. so.. what should I do to get some clean shave without some itchy. Whether you are a guy or a girl, intimate pubic hair shaving has become much more popular. Check out Brian's advice and tips on how to achieve a pain free shave.

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  10. Sensitive Skin Shaving Problem - HELP!

    Giuseppe, one of our international buyers from Italy, recently asked this question: Q: I have very sensitive skin. I'm using the eShave Almond Pre-Shave Oil, eShave Orange Sandalwood Shaving Cream. Is this a mistake or would you recommend another one to try. Discover Brian's advice to him in this blog post.

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