Art Of Shaving Men After Shave
Immediately after you finish shaving, it is a good time to treat your face with The Art of Shaving Men After Shave. Even the smoothest shave can sometimes cause irritation to the skin and create conditions which can lead to skin infections. This is the time to soothe, moisturize, protect your skin and treat any nicks or cuts with The Art of Shaving Men After Shave.
Unlike most after shave treatments, The Art of Shaving Men After Shave solutions do not contain alcohol, which causes a burning sensation, scours off the natural oils and tightens, dries out and further irritates the skin. Instead, The Art of Shaving Men After Shave contains natural extracts, essential oils and organic minerals, to provide the best way to culminate a shave. The treatment moisturizes, calms and soothes your skin, finishing your shaving experience with a therapy that enhances the smoothness of your face, calms irritations, treats any razor burns or slips and even provides antibacterial protection. The Art of Shaving Men After Shave is designed to provide a peaceful and healing conclusion to your shave.
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The regimen of shaving isn’t finished when the last of the shaving cream is washed off. Now is the time for The Art of Shaving Men After Shave treatment. Even with the best preparation, skin can react to shaving. It needs some additional attention, to restore moisture, protect, heal and smooth the skin. Soothe and protect your skin with calming The Art of Shaving After Shave Balm Sandalwood. Alcohol-free and fortified with vitamin C and algae extracts, it moisturizes and refreshes your face without the stinging, drying effects of alcohol-based after shaves. The sandalwood scent provides a restrained woody background while the balm goes to work. The Art of Shaving After Shave Balm Lavender provides a crisp, clean note. Or, if you prefer, go with The Art of Shaving After Shave Balm Unscented.
If you experience any nicks or cuts during your shave, you can apply a remedy with The Art of Shaving Alum Block. Alum, a natural mineral compound, was used by Egyptians more than 3,500 years ago and its virtues as an astringent were extolled in ancient Greek writings. Applied to skin cuts, it acts not only as a blood coagulant but as a soothing agent. Its antibacterial properties help prevent and treat infection, allowing your skin to heal naturally. Also offered is The Art of Shaving Styptic Pens, which provide a mix of alum and other minerals in a convenient stick form. With the same healing properties as The Art of Shaving Alum Block, it can easily be packed for trips.