Protect your sensitive skin at all costs.
Shaving isn’t fun for anyone (that’s why we have beard culture), but if you have sensitive skin, you know it can be a particular hell. Routinely dragging a blade across your face can cause all sorts of issues (razor bumps, razor burn, cuts) as well as make other problems worse (dryness, breakouts, over exfoliation). For those of us that have sensitive skin but don’t want to abandon the clean-shaven look, it can feel like a never ending cycle of despair.
Luckily we live in the modern world where technology can aid us in our struggles. Enter the sensitive skin razor. These new shaving tools are (mostly) designed specifically for use on sensitive skin and use all sorts of things like guards, gels and even computer chips to help get a close shave without the burn. And while it’s generally believed that single-blade razors are necessary to cut down on razor bumps and skin issues, there is something here for every preference. Here are the 7 best razors for sensitive skin.
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