Still Using Razors? You Need to Know This?
Hair removal isn't fun, it's true, but it's also one of those annoying chores we need to do all too regularly. Many hair removal methods can be downright painful, expensive, and inconvenient. If you're still shaving, the following reasons should help you consider replacing the razors with a more convenient, gentler hair removal strategy.
Shaving Irritates the Skin
Every time you shave, your razor leaves behind tiny tears in the skin. These tiny wounds leave your skin open to infection and are the main reason women are so prone to "random" skin infections and rashes.
Painful ingrown hairs are a risk every time you shave. They are unsightly, can leave scarring, and create more risk of infection. Ditching the razor for a gentler, less painful hair control strategy is the best way to remove the risk of ingrown hairs.
Shaving is Not Long Term
One of the least favourite things about shaving is that you know you're going to have to do it again in a few short days. Shaving actually stimulates hair growth, which is the opposite of what you are trying to achieve. Good quality shavers are expensive and don't last long. Plus, when you're done, you are contributing more plastic waste to the landfills.
It Takes a Lot of Time
Whether you are shaving legs, armpits, or faces, shaving takes time. Extra time in the shower means you are wasting a lot more water, and freshwater is getting harder to come by every day.
You can't rush things because that creates more risk of cuts and infections. You need to soothe the skin afterwards, which leads to more time and expense applying gels and creams.
The average woman will spend 72 days out of her life on the end of a razor, which is just about enough time to learn a musical instrument or another language.
Shaving is Boring
Shaving occupies both your hands for 10 - 20 minutes at a time, and it's not like you can focus on anything else when you’ve got those sharp blades close to your skin.
You Aren't as Flexible as You Used to Be
Some areas are harder than others to reach with the shaver, so you usually miss hairs that you'll have to get back to later. If you aren't as flexible as you used to be, shaving areas that you can't see puts you at greater risk of painful cuts.
Ditch The Blades for Something Better
No Grow is an alternative to shaving that's easy, convenient, and gentler on the skin. Discover how you can achieve long-term flawless skin in a matter of months without the hassle of shaving.