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Beginner's Guide to Wet Shaving

Are you still trying your best to master the art of wet shaving? Then, you will surely gonna count your name on the list of pros right after reading our guide! And also, we will let you know how Baynik Pre-Shave Oil and Baynik BumpBalm lotion can be your perfect wet shaving partner. Without any further hindrance, let's dive into today's topic!

Things you will need for wet shaving

Before jumping to the steps and techniques, we would like to mention the shaving gears you will need for the pro-like perfect shaving, and those include:

✔ Our Baynik Pre-Shave Oil

✔ A shaving cream

✔ A shaving brush

✔ A fine shaving razor

✔ Our Aftershave Baynik BumpBalm

Now that you have marked your checklist, let's see what does it take to get the perfect smooth and bump-free skin with wet shaving.

Step 1: The process of soaking

For cut-free and scratch-free perfect shaving, you will first need to moisten and hydrate your beard to make your razor glide off on your face easily. And for that, you need to soak your face. To start with the process, take a warm and moist towel and gently pat it on your face and beard.

NOTE: Never exfoliate your skin before shaving as it irritates your skin and might lead to skin rashes.

Step 2: The pre-shaving preparation

Now, this step is a must-do, and avoiding it could result in cuts, tiny and painful red razor bumps. Packed with all the goodness of nature, our Baynik Pre-Shave Oil is probably the best choice for every skin type. Its lubricating component and skin-healing abilities make it the perfect pick as a pre-shave oil.

To prepare your beard to be the easy canvas for your razor, take a few drops of our pre-shave oil for men organic and apply it all over your beard, leaving it like that. Once the oil is absorbed, proceed with the next step.

Step 3: Application of the shaving cream

The worst of the worst mistake that men usually tend to do is using soap as a substitute for shaving creams. If you can relate it too, we suggest stopping that practice immediately. Soaps basically dry out your face, exposing it to the possibilities of painful break-outs.

On the other hand, shaving creams form the perfect lather, allowing your razor to move smoothly on your beard. It's not only a safe and healthy option but also lets you have a smooth and long-lasting shaving experience. Take a dollop of shaving cream on your super soft-bristled brush and massage it tenderly on your clean shaved face. Do not scrub your face after shaving as it may cause irritation and unsightly rashes or bumps.

Step 4: The art of shaving

Before engaging with the shaving process, there are two chief aspects that you should keep in mind. First of all, always make sure that the razor you are going to use is sharp. Blunt or dull razors are more prone to cuts and scratches. Secondly, one single stroke at a time and in one direction is the rule! So, never apply multiple strokes from multiple directions, it can seriously damage your skin tissues, leading to cuts.

Step 5: The After shaving care

Men with sensitive skin types often experience itchiness, irritation, a mild burning sensation, and razor burns just after shaving. To avoid all these conditions, you should practice the after-shave care program. Well, right after you have clean-shaved your face, use our Baynik BumpBalm lotion.

Formulated with witch hazel and chamomile leaves, our organic after-shave lotion hydrates your skin, treats infection and inflammation, and prevents bumps and break-outs. Also, its cooling agent soothes your skin, making it softer, smoother, and brighter.

To apply our after-shave lotion, take a few drops of the product on your palm, tap it all over your face, and massage it gently.

So, the next time you opt to clean-shave your face, keep this guide in your mind and use our Baynik's organic how Baynik Pre-Shave Oil and Baynik BumpBalm lotion to have a buttery-smooth shaving experience. Visit our official site and order your bundle now and get it delivered right to your doorstep!

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