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How to Remove Blades from ZOMCHI Butterfly Razor

How to Remove Blades from ZOMCHI Butterfly Razor

MAIN POINTS When you feel tugging or pulling as you shave, replace the blade. A safety razor's blade needs to be changed occasionally, but it can be hard to tell when to do so. Make sure you pay attention to the first few strokes of your shave. If the blade seems to be pulling on your hair, it's time to change it! You should change the blades before shave again if your face feels irritated or there are razor bumps and marks after shaving. It is never a good idea to test the razor on your hand, as you may...

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How to clean safety razor

How to clean safety razor

Keep your safety razor clean and disinfected to get the longest life and cleanest shaves possible. HOW TO CLEAN & MAINTAIN A DOUBLE EDGE SAFETY RAZOR The Supplies Dish soap– Not dishwasher soap, but the regular stuff, like Dawn or Palmolive. Isopropyl alcohol– This is your basic rubbing alcohol. A higher percentage will give you better results, so try to shoot for 99% for the most cleaning power. Toothbrush– This doesn’t have to be a new one Q-tips and toothpicks. A cup.  5 EASY STEPS 1. Pour 2/3 of the warm water into the bowl, then add a few squirts...

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How to get rid of razor bumps

How to get rid of razor bumps

What are razor bumps?Razor bumps, or ingrown hairs, are small, irritated bumps on the skin. You get them after shaving, when strands of hair curl back on themselves and grow into your skin. Irritation and pimples are caused by them. Scarring may also occur as a result of them.What causes them?It is possible to get razor bumps from shaving, waxing, or plucking.Razor bumps are not caused by hair removal products called depilatories. However, they can irritate the skin and should be used only once or twice a week.It is not possible to get razor bumps after removing hair permanently with laser...

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What is a safety razor and what types are there?

What is a safety razor? Unlike disposable razors, safety razors have a built-in safety mechanism to prevent accidental cuts and nicks. The razor head protrudes past the blade's edge, preventing direct contact between the blade and the skin. Safety razors: why should you try them? Safety razors have a lot of benefits that might appeal to you. If you're sick of paying $20 every month for cartridges. Or you'd like a cleaner, less annoying shave; or you get scratched using disposable razors provided by the hotel;or you're trying to reduce your plastic waste when shaving A safety razors is the...

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