Shaving Advice for Male Travellers
Shaving is a bit of a hassle. If you aren't a particularly hairy person, then you are lucky. Razors and foam can be a bit expensive. A lot of people use the chance while they are away to see what they look like with a beard. If you grow a goatee, make sure you have some small scissors to keep in it in shape.
A battery shaver is ideal if you can get one and you aren't very hairy, as you don't have to rely on finding a socket and getting the power right. Shavers seem to be getting better and better nowadays and they make you smoother to the touch than a baby's bum after a particularly warm bath and a fair bit of moisturising!
For the hairy ones amongst us whose faces just get chewed up by electric razors, wet shaving is the only answer but can be very expensive.
Billed as 'The best shave you can ever have' and 'It'll change the way you shave forever!'. If you haven't tried it, it is well worth a go. King of Shaves do this stuff, and, to be honest, it's quite amazing. All you need is a few drops and you shave away. Helps stop those nasty little razor bumps and keeps your skin as smooth as a babies bum.
It does work really well, especially if you aren't too hairy. The beauty of it is that you can take a couple of small bottles with you - about the size of a lipstick, and they'll last you your whole trip! I have friends who swear by it. So why not give it a try?
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