Shaving is an almost daily routine task for man’s to groom up their personality. Shaving is a feeling of pleasure for guys, but, this done in various ways. Some prefer the manual approach like razors with warm water and some prefer the quick electric method, the electrical razors.
The main disagreement you will hear in favor of the more traditional wet shave method is that it strikes off the hair more deeply. While electric technology has drastically improved over the last few years. With many brands now adopting 5 individual blades on their razors, you have the ability to shave closer than ever, for a smoother shave than ever before.
Too much electric element is hazardous for the skin. It damages the hair follicles and so to the cells. In this regard the manual shaving is prioritized above the electric shaving. But electric razors are quick to use, especially when you have to reach office in the nick of time. Is handy, the latest models are luxuriously made. You love the handy handling of the application. It saves a lot of your time.
Yes razor blades can be expensive, but a good electric shaver is going to require an initial investment of anything between £40 and £250. When you see the budget, wet shaving seems a better option. A continuous investment is required when you go for manual shaving e.g. changing the razors and blades, when finding it not working properly when you are running short of time, kills you in irritation. Taking 5 razor sharp blades to your skin before you’ve woken up properly is risky business, and there aren’t many guys who haven’t nicked their chin or cut their neck at one time or another.
Shaving in any format can cause skin irritation, and it tends to be wet shaving that gives guys the most grief. Whether its shaving cream ingredients, poor technique, a blunt razor or a combination of the above, you have to be wary if you have sensitive skin. Manual shaving at times gives you painful cuts and bleeds.