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Learn how to Use an After Shave Balm
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Hi I’m Pirooz co-founder of the Grooming Lounge. Today, I’m going to teach you how to get the perfect shave. Now I’ve applied coldwater to my face to shut everything down. After we’ve closed everything back down with the coldwater it’s no time to apply our after shave balm. Most after shaves are either extensions of fragrance lines or they contain a lot of alcohol which hurts like a mother.
Now I don’t know about you, I like to drink my alcohol. I don’t want it on my face and so I want my after shave to be moisturizing. The after shave I’m going to use is called a Best for Last aftershave. Now the Best for Last Aftershave is a lot more milky than your average aftershave. It’s very moisturizing, it doesn’t contain any alcohol. It’s got lavender water in it which actually helps enhance the endorphins. Therefore, it makes your face happy. But at the same time when you put it on and you put it on the skin you’re going to notice that it looks like I applied milk allover my face.
But my face is so thirsty for water and so dehydrated and so need some soothing after the after shaving because when I’m shaving my face even though I’m removing hair I am removing some skin, okay. So why would I want to put alcohol under when it’s going to hurt. So I will apply a decent size, I would say a little bit more than a nickel size of best for last after shave and I’m going to be very generous with this and I’m going to use it all over. It feels so good, it’s already starting too cool everything down. I’m sorry it’s starting to shut everything down.
And if you notice, the more I apply the more my face absorbs it so some of you may think “Wow you look like a ghost right now or you look like you got milk on your face” it’s like within time my skin and my beard will absorb all this moisturizer. That feels great. It feels smooth. It feels like a baby skin. My face and my beard have had a chance to absorb all the moisturizing properties of the aftershave. I don’t know about you but that was the greatest shave ever.
In my next segment, I’m going to talk to you about the biggest myths of shaving.