Boss Man wrote:There might be something in what you're saying. If you're bothered by the process just use an electric shaver, if you're using a blade.
I can't understand why people blade shave anyway, it's possibly more expensive, depending on the price of a cheap shaver, in relation to disposable blades. and it increases likelihood of cuts and possible infection.
I read in Men's Health that shaving frequently (2-3 times a week) is good for men 's skin, since shaving stimulates the production of some substance that makes skin look younger.
My father and my uncle do shave very often and their skin shows their age. In my case, I just shave about each week, because my skin gets irritated and also have acne problems, so shaving makes worse the problem, despite the fact my beard grows up quickly. So a friend told me I could have one session of laser depilation in order to slow beard growth.
But if shaving more often helps to look younger, I could visit instead the dermatologist and have a solution for my skin acne...
What do you think?
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