You don’t have to live with cuts, nicks, ingrown hairs, and razor burn from shaving. Using the right products and techniques can be the difference between a good shave and a great shave.
Some common mistakes men make when shaving include using too much pressure, shaving too quickly, using a dull blade, and not lubricating their face, according to shaving guru Jason SaintJohn of Classic Shaving. The best time to shave is either in the shower or right after. “The heat from the steam helps soften the beard hairs, allowing for a closer and more comfortable shave,” Sosnick says. MensFitness.com hunted down the top 10 hair-removal and grooming products to help you look fresh and clean.