Personal grooming is something we do every day. First impressions can make or break a relationship, so it's always important to look your best. Even if you're not going to an interview or a first date, a disheveled appearance looks unprofessional and can damage your career.
A clean, neat exterior conveys a sense of confidence and pride. For men, maintaining facial hair is critical. Whether they opt for clean shaven or sport a beard/goatee, all guys need a quality razor to achieve maximum results. Men can choose between a variety of either blade or electric razors. Blade or disposable razors provide a close shave at a low cost to the consumer. Since they are disposable, there are no replacement parts to worry about either like additional razor heads. Electric razors are much more expensive than disposable kinds, but they save money in the long run. They are built to last for several years, as opposed to a few weeks at best. However, they do require replacing parts such as heads and sometimes batteries. These have multiple speeds and settings to choose from to get that perfect shave. They are also best for trimming beards and goatees while minimizing mistakes.
Ladies shavers are very similar to guy's razors, but they are specially made for women's delicate skin. Women usually shave their legs and underarms, which are both very sensitive areas on the body. Women's razors come in blade and electric versions, though the blade types are far more common. Most women do not have to shave their legs every day whereas men tend to shave daily, so they need a reliable tool they can count on. Women's blade razors have a unique shape designed to fit the contours of her legs. Many models also come equipped with soothing gels to minimize painful razor burn. Electric razors for women are environmentally friendly because they create less consumer waste. Like their male counterparts, women's electric razors cost more in the beginning, but end up saving money after repeated use.
Of course, no discussion of shavers would be complete without delving into shaving creams. These are a necessary item because they prevent cuts as well as razor burn. Different kinds are designed to appeal to men or women. Women's varieties are typically scented and often contain extras like Aloe Vera to achieve a silky smooth feel to the touch. Men's creams can be scented, too, though with rugged, manly fragrances. But most of them are unscented. Men can also purchase after shave to tighten the pores after shaving. These are usually scented and smell a lot like cologne.