Wet face and apply a thin layer of shaving cream to face. Shave with a clean double -or triple blade and rinse off with luke-warm water.
distilled water, Glycerin, Ethylcellulose, Cocamidopropyl Betaine, Grape Seed Oil, Meadow Foam Seed Oil, Jojoba Oil, Vitamin E, Glyceryl Stearate, PEG-100 Stearate, Cetyl Alcohol, Behenyl Alcohol, Behentrimonium Methosulphate, Isopropyl Palmitate, Polysorbate-20, Burdock Extract, Gentian Extract, Phenoxyethanol (preservative). White Tea (Camellia sinensis) fragrance.
Free of Parabens, Sodium Lauryl- and Laureth Sulfate and Stearic Acid.
Shave Shaving Cream is specially developed for men with rosacea or other sensitive skin types. It does not contain any harsh soaps such as Sodium Lauryl Sulfate or Sodium Laureth Sulfate. It will not dry out or irritate the skin.
Wet shaving tips
While many men consider wet shaving to be superior over electrical shaving, here are a few tips that will minimize skin irritation and improve your shaving results.
- Wait at least 30 minutes before starting to shave. This will allow the muscles underneath your skin to "wake up", causing the hairs to stick up more. This will minimize the drag you experience from the shaving blades
- It is usually better to shave after a shower, but if you prefer to shave before you take a shower, wet your face with luke-warm water and wait about 1 minute after you apply the shaving cream. Shave areas with the thickest hair growth (such as the upper lips and chin area) last
- Warm up the shaving blade with warm water and rinse often as the blades get clogged quickly with hairs. Always shave in the direction of your beard's growth and avoid applying too much pressure on the blades
- Replace shaving blades frequently (usually after 4-7 uses, depending on how heavy your beard growth is), as blunt blades will cause cuts and nicks more easily. Whether to use double, triple or quadruple blades is a personal decision
- Finally, give your face a good rinse with luke-warm water and dry.
See our rosacea page for more rosacea information.