When to shave?

It's best to avoid shaving first thing in the morning after you wake up.

If possible, let your skin wake up a while.

This allows the "puffiness" you encounter from fluids collecting in your skin during the night to recede, thus allowing you to get a closer shave when you do begin the task.

Cleanse and exfoliate

Cleansing your skin before shaving is important so you don't push the dirt into your pores causing spots.

Wash your face before with our Daily Face Wash which is perfectly balanced for all skin types.

Use an exfoliator to remove dead skin cells and open up the pores of the skin every couple of days.

Warm up the bristles

Stubble should be wetted with warm or hot water; shaving after a shower is ideal to prepare the skin for a smooth, close shave.

This swells the hair shaft allowing the blade to cut the hair, not your skin.

Cream or Gel?

This decision is purely personal preference, our shave creams come in two types: a moisture rich Traditional Shave Cream.

The gels are low foaming to allow you to see exactly where you're shaving.

The Razor

Always use a sharp blade.

A dull blade is responsible for many shaving cuts as it drags over your face and catches your skin along with the hairs of your beard.

Rinse the blade regularly in hot water and use short strokes to avoid clogging the blade.


After shaving you should always apply a moisturiser.

This will help to re-hydrate your skin helping to avoid dry skin and irritation caused by shaving.

If you're worried about wrinkles and signs of ageing try a Anti-Ageing Moisturiser which will combat wrinkles, reduce the signs of ageing and protect the skin from the sun's harmful rays.

Used everyday will keep your skin looking and feeling younger.


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