1. Let the shaving be the final step in your showering routine. That way, the skin and the hair has time to become moist, which makes the shaving easier.
2. Make sure your razors are sharp and not too old. Red dots are not caused by the hair or hair follicles, it is the friction between the razors and the skin that causes irritation. That is why you should minimize the number of strokes over the skin, and by changing the razors regularly, you are making sure they are effective and also minimizing the risk of them carrying bacterias.
3. Use the right products. Many regular soaps and shaving gels have significant scents and easy irritates the sensitive intimate area. Intimate Care – Shaving Gel Oil from LCC works like a protecting layer over the skin, which minimizes the friction between the razors and the skin. This means it works just as well for shaving legs and underarms, although the gentle formula is developed specifically for the sensitive intimate area.