Electric Shaving

April 14, 2011 by admin  
Filed under Men

Today we live in a very busy society. Every minute that we have is cherished and thus should be carefully planned out and spent wisely. Our busy lives is the very reason why electric shavers are up their on the list of necessary devices.

Just like the hair dryer, curling iron, or other grooming appliance an electric shaver can help enhance personal care sessions. Of course, one huge challenge of owning an electric shaver is the cost.

However, one major advantage is that usually electric shavers do not require any use of cream beforehand. By the way, this saves on the amount of money spent on creams, and it also is very easy to use. There are even travel razors that a man can take with on just about any trip.

Expected Results

An electric shaver can leave your skin looking very silky. Furthermore, there is far less chance of experiencing a burning sensation on your skin after use. Also whether you are a man or a woman you will notice a much more refined look when using an electric shaver than if you were to use a hand one with a blade.

You can also expect that an electric razor will work great on very sensitive skin. The best part is you also are less likely to become infected using an electric shaver than if you use a traditional razor. Furthermore, the removal of hair becomes a far more pleasant of an activity for a man.

Of course, a cleaner shave is also achieved. That is, a man notices less stubble is left behind than when using a traditional razor, and of course there is far less chance of bleeding as a result of facial cuts. Thus, less chance of public embarrassment after you shave.


You should keep your electric shave in its case. This will help reduce the level of dust or impurities that could accumulate on the outside of it. Furthermore if you want to experience better results you should clean your device after each use. Another reason to maintain your shaving appliance is so you can prevent rashes or cuts.

A Bit if History

One of the earliest attempts of hair removal via shaving is reported to have taken place during the 4th communal BC. Alexander the Great is one who has very strongly promoted this action. Then, in 3000 BC, a razor invented during this time was made out of copper.

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