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Shaving myths busted

Shaving is the beat thing that I did to my face. Find out why!

Hello everyone! If you are new here, know all about me here. Are you someone who struggle with facial hair? And I don’t mean those light peach fuzz, I mean thick black hair that can easily be seen on your face? If yes, this post is for you.

Facial hairs can be caused due to many factors such as hereditary, hormonal imbalances, PCOD, ethnicity (asians are more hair compared to any other country). Facial hairs are not uncommon and you should not be ashamed of it. But that said, if you want to get rid of them for your own wish or to get a smoother application of makeup, here is what worked for me best!

Facial shaving had gained popularity in the last couple of years. Many celebrities came forward and admitted to have been shaving their faces that made their makeup look so immaculate. And yet, I was skeptical. I had always heard shaving face would lead to increase in hair growth and the hair would come back thicker. I thought so until I tried it for myself. And it’s the best thing I did to my face.

Shaving not only removed my facial hair and peach fuzz, but it also removed the uppermost layer of dead skin cells. This left my skin silky smooth and made for the best exfoliating procedure. The hair would regrow in about a week, and this varies from individual to individual and is completely based on how fast your hair grows. The ease of use and how quickly I could remove the hair are definitely one of the major highlights of shaving but so is the fact that makeup looks flawless after it. Also to mention, since it removes the dead skin cells, all my acne spots are now cleared.

This is now endorsed by leading dermatologists and for those who are still skeptical about it, read this article about face shaving. I have a made a step by step video to guide all the first times through shaving face.

If you wish to purchase the facial razor I used, buy it here.

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