Use a manual razor with a single blade. The closer you shave, the more likely you are to have those hairs curling below the surface of your skin resulting in razor bumps and infected hairs. Also, shave in the shower and use a good lubricating shave cream or gel. When your face is very wet there’s less friction, that means less chance for razor burn. Also be sure to shave in the direction your hair grows. And after shaving, be sure to moisturize.
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