Daily shaving can cause repeated skin damage permanently sensitizing it. Several types of damage occur when shaving: micro-cuts from the razor blade, the drying effect of hot water, and "stripping" of the cell surface.
During shaving it is essential to use protective textures such as shaving cream and after shaving to rehydrate skin with the appropriate care treatment.
Effective Dermatological Molecules
Before shaving, it is recommended to soften the hair with a gentle soap-free cleanser, using warm water.
When shaving, it is advisable to use dense textures that form a film to protect the skin and insulate it from the razor blade. Thick, nutrient-enriched shaving creams can be enriched with soothing and softening agents such as Vitamin E, or Allantoin.
After shaving, it is essential to apply a moisturizing treatment that helps repair the hydrolipidic film (based on hyaluronic acid, or essential fatty acids), rich in soothing agents such as repairing Vitamin E or Aloe Vera.
Adopt a healthy lifestyle
Here are some simple guidelines to facilitate shaving and preserve the skin's integrity:
Regular to oily skin Ultra-fresh cleansing gel. Revitalizing Vitamins A, E, C & F to cleanse, purifiy and iluminate the skin. Soap-free.
Ultra-protected shaving Cream rich in Vitamin E + Pure Aloe Vera: nurrishes the skin and protects it while shaving. Anti-redness, anti-irritations.
Normal to oily skin Daily hydrating fluid with Hyluronic Acid. Anti-shine and anti-fatigue double-effect. Fresh, quickly absorbed.
Dry, sensitive skin Daily nourishing fluid with soothing and anti-redness Aloe Vera. Quickly absorbed, shine-free result.