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The steps and products you’ll need to banish ingrown hairs for good.




As a woman, you know how challenging it can be to keep up with shaving, especially if you’re the type of person who prefers to have your legs silky smooth.




Tired of dealing with itchy red bumps and annoying stubble after you shave?




Six Steps from Mountain Man to Dapper Dan




Shaving is probably one of your daily routines, so by now you should have it mastered.




Glamour magazine’s beauty blog recently posted an article griping about the annoyance of shaving your knees.




Some guys don’t pay much attention to the subtleties of their skin, which is why many end up damaging their face if it’s sensitive and they don’t accommodate for it.




Smooth, hair-free skin is every girl’s dream, but a close shave can cause ugly, painful bumps called razor burns.




Whether you’re a man or a woman, shaving is a necessity – whether it’s every day, every week or just every once in a while.




Shaving every day can really irritate your skin – especially if you need to run that razor over some of the most sensitive areas of your skin.




There are few beauty bummers worse than razor burn in the summer – especially when it decides to flare up just before that nice beach vacation you had planned for weeks. Fortunately, there are definite steps you can take to make sure this little issue has no place in any of your future summer plans.