A Guide to Traditional Wet Shaving and how it can turn Shaving from a Chore into something you look forward to each Morning
The average guy will spend thousands of hours shaving over his lifetime. So isn’t it worth investing a bit of your time to learn the best way to do it? You’re probably giving yourself a sub-optimal shave without even realizing it.
Dustin Yarc will teach you how to avoid getting razor burn or having to stick pieces of toilet paper on your face a bit later. But first let’s look at some reasons why you should consider giving traditional wet shaving a try:
1. It’s less expensive – Disposable razor refills cost $2—4 each, even if you buy them in bulk! Safety razors use double-edged razor blades which only cost about $0.09 – $0.13 each.
2. It’s better for the environment – Billions of disposable razors end up in the dump each year. That’s a lot of unnecessary plastic!
3. It’s better for your skin – Skin irritation. Ingrown hairs. Nicks and cuts. Shaving with a disposable razor can be a painful and tedious process. Electric shavers aren’t much better and can produce skin irritation.
If you’ve never tried wet shaving before, you’re really missing out. Not only does traditional wet shaving leave you looking and feeling your best. You also feel like a badass while doing it.
|A Guide to Traditional Wet Shaving | The Distilled Man
Learn about traditional wet shaving, including the basic shaving gear you'll need to start, how to use a classic safety razor and shaving brush, and more.