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Advantages and disadvantages of facial hair removal and care tips everyone needs to know

For men, facial hair removal is common because men's facial hair grows strongly, but for women, there are many concerns.

Facial hair is hair that grows on the face, usually on the chin, cheeks, and upper lip areas. Facial hair grows more often in men and less in women. Women usually have less facial hair (apart from eyebrows and striped hair). However, there are some cases where women develop a lot of facial hair after menopause.

Should I shave my face?

There are two types of hair on the face: peach hair and striped hair

Peach fur is the almost invisible peach-pink fluff that covers most of your face and body. Peach feathers help regulate temperature and evaporate sweat.

- Striped hair is very smooth and translucent, if you look closely on the face, especially under the bright sunlight, you can see the striped hair on the cheeks, forehead, upper and lower lips, chin, neck ...


People will usually use a razor to shave off all the peach hair on the face, without the fluff to help skin care products penetrate deeply and good for skin improvement. However, for people with conditions: eczema, psoriasis or acne... shaving can make the condition worse, itchier and more uncomfortable, not only can it lead to infection. .

Sensitive skin or skin with red patches, easily irritated by anything, you should limit shaving because they can be harmful to the skin.

Pros and cons of facial hair removal


Cleansing: Shaving removes hair, debris, excess oil and dead skin cells for a brighter complexion. Cleansing also helps the makeup to become smoother and last longer.


You need to shave more often to keep the hair under control, otherwise a lot of black hair grows up and makes your skin dull.

Shaving off the hair can cause the hair to grow back and there is a risk of cuts and possibly bleeding.

If you have dry skin, shaving can make your skin drier and uncomfortable, in addition to causing flaking and itching.


How to shave face properly

- Clean the skin first, then dry.

- Use a single-blade razor with a straight edge designed specifically for shaving women's facial hair (these products are sometimes called eyebrow razors or skin polishers). To avoid causing breakouts or skin irritation, do not use dull razors.

- When shaving, you must hold the skin taut with one hand. Hold the razor at a 45-degree angle and gently glide over the skin, using as little force as possible.

- Clean the razor after each shave.

- Do not shave near your eyes unless you are completely confident in your ability with the razor.


How to take care of your face after shaving

After shaving, facial skin care is extremely important. So how to take care of it properly?

- Apply sunscreen

After shaving your face, your skin will become more sensitive to sunlight, so you need to protect your skin by applying sunscreen every time you go out.

- Moisturizing

The skin will be dry after every facial hair removal, so providing moisture to the skin is extremely important, especially for people with dry skin. You should choose moisturizers deeply to penetrate into the skin to keep the skin shiny and smooth.

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