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really? i found when i shaved the acne would migrate with the areas i shaved, but i guess it could've been something else. i dunno i think it's plausible the bacteria gets left behind on the blades, but i always rinse with hot water before i shave.
i bought proraso. is nice. leaves a nice feeling after
it's the act of shaving itself that is causing this. change up your cream/soap, blades, and/or technique. i like proraso myself but the coconut oil gave me breakouts. i use van der hagen glycerin soap right now.
That's a good site, QED. Thanks.
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I gave up using shaving creams. I follow a very simple routine. Shower, apply my facial wash, shave, rinse. Also, years ago my dermatologist mentioned that glycolic acid makes the beard "soft as butter". So I use a glycolic acid cream in the evening and I find that it makes shaving in the morning much easier.
I use a shave oil - presently using origins - then I use clinique shave cream. I like clinique because it's odor free - I can't stand the fragrance in hte products of other brands.
For shave oil - I am thinking of switching to Kiel's or lab series or biotherm. anyone here with any experience of those brands?
I have been using a mixture of Tailor of Old Bond Street Avocado and Pre de Provence She Butter for my cream. Great scent, excellent lather, leaves my face looking great. I use aloe as a pre shave in the winter and Art of Shaving lemon oil in the summer. I get an excellent shave and minimal breakouts. Also the aloe as a pre shave in the winter really helps with the dry skin.