Ladies, a question: Would you ever shave your face?
A surprising number of women are doing this. If you’re not familiar with the practice, here’s how it works: with an eyebrow shaping razor (NOT the razor you usually use for body hair!) on dry skin, lightly stroke downward to remove peach fuzz as well as more substantial hair from your face. Removing all the hair from your face is meant to create a smoother canvas for makeup by getting rid of the soft, downy hairs on your skin and
eliminating unwanted, obvious facial hair. In other words, even if you’ve never needed to remove hair on your chin, upper lip, or sideburn areas, this trend might still apply to you. Have you tried it? Would you? a great mask to use after shaving (or if you just have sensitive or irritated skin in general) is our Azulene Calming Mask
. We also recommend not exfoliating for a few days after this type of facial shaving. You may want to avoid exfoliating ingredients in other products (like serums and toners), including Salicylic Acid and Glycolic Acid.