These graphic images are the result of me keeping my Andis t blade liners under the bathroom sink. You know how it goes... fresh out the shampoo & shower, "that's the best time to shave or cut any hair ..freshly cleaned."
Pull the clippers out, plug em up... you can't beat that convenience, but the only thing is that those hot showers send moisture to the blades leading to rust.
Try storing them in a dry place like your sock drawer. I don't know about you, but I would like to have the least amount of rust in contact with my skin.
Organic Root Stimulator
Tea Tree Oil Anti-Bump® Lotion
Shave & After Shave Lotion
Try this product as an after shave with a hot towel or fresh out of the shower. No sting, nice clean smell.
Apply lotion to shaved area once every 12 hours for the first 36 hours following the shave.
Beneficial medical properties when Tea Tree Oil is applied topically, include -
Shave bumps caused by hair can be divided into two types -
The extrafollicular hair is a hair that has exited the follicle and reentered the skin.
The transfollicular hair never exits the follicle, but because of its naturally curly nature curls back into the follicle causing fluid build-up and irritation.
Shaving sharpens the hair ends, making it easier for them to penetrate the skin.
Watch what you eat. A lot of skin irritations may subside if certain foods are avoided. Fatty foods, foods containing oils, cholesterol and sodium, can make your skin more susceptible to damage while shaving.
Most importantly, you MUST keep your hands out of your face! We do everything with our hands from opening public doors to shaking hands.
No matter the case, germs are most commonly transferred by hand.. Don't be your biggest road block to smooth skin.
-Andrew L Davis III