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Men's Shaving Cream for Sensitive Skin

By Edited May 6, 2016 0 0

Finding the best men's shaving products always include having the proper shaving cream. A good men's shaving cream for sensitive skin that keeps the face protected from razor blades. When you put a blade to your skin you definitely want shaving cream ingredients that keep your face protected. Shaving creams that will prevent cuts, nicks, and razor burns. An unpleasant men's shaving cream makes for a very unpleasant shave. Shaving isn't a pleasant task, but the right men's shaving cream can provide a comfortable and much smoother shave.

Men's Shaving Cream for Sensitive Skin Products


Neurogena Men Sensitive Shave Cream - Neurogena is known for its skin care products. According to its product, dermatologists claim its ability to protect the skin for irritation, razor bumps, and ingrown hairs. If you're a Neurogena fan then you might want to try this men's shaving cream product. It features Pro-Soothe technology for sensitive skin. It's a cheap product that only costs about $5 dollar online. You can buy online at amazon, overstock drugstore, walgreens, and drugstore.com.

Nivea for Men Shaving Gel - Nivea probably is my favorite men's shaving cream for sensitive skin. It contains no alcohol at all, which is known to cause inflammation to the skin. I really like Nivea because it contains chamomile tea extract. Chamomile is very soothing and contains anti-inflammatory properties. There is also a Nivea shaving conditioner used for wet Norelco electric shavers. It dispenses out from the Norelco electric shaver and onto your face for those with sensitive skin. You can buy online at walmart, amazon, best buy, smallflower, and walgreen. Nivea for men shaving products are available in foam or gel. The foam is imported from Germany. Both are good men's shaving cream products to use for sensitive skin.

The Art of Shaving Cream (Lavender for Sensitive skin) - If you don't mind spending a little extra money, then Art of Shaving products are great for those looking for a good men's shaving cream. One of the key ingredients used is coconut oil. Coconut oil is anti-inflammatory and softens skin pores. Coconut oil provides a much smoother feel to your skin. Then the essential oil known as lavender is very soothing and contains anti-inflammatory properties that prevents burning. No synthetic chemicals that harm the skin are added, or alcohol that causes inflammation. The combination of lavender, glycerine, and coconut oil makes a great combination for an effective men's shaving cream for sensitive skin. I must admit a very expensive shaving cream to buy. Just for a 5 ounce tube, it costs over $20 dollars. You can buy online at drugstore, nordstrom, barneys New York, amazon, macy's, and sephora.


Shop by Ingredients for the Best Men's Shaving Cream for Sensitive Skin


Green tea - Green is a good ingredient to look for in shaving creams. Green tea is good for the skin's pores, and is rich in antioxidants that prevent irritation to the skin. I like organic ingredients like green tea for a good shave. Green tea is very easy on the skin.

Chamomile - A large amount of chrysin is found in a flavonoid in chamomile. Chamomile is a great men's shaving cream ingredient for sensitive skin. I know Taylor of Old Bond Street uses chamomile oil in their products, to reduce the chance of skin irritation. Chamomile has healing properties and strengthens the skin. Chamomile is has skin anti-inflammatory properties that prevents burning and irritation.

Aloe Vera - A popular ingredient that you can find in a lot of organic and quality shaving creams for men. Aloe vera comes from a plant and has been used for numerous of skin conditions as a herbal treatment. Aloe vera reduces itchiness, burns, and can treat shaving nicks. It contains anti-inflammatory properties that help provide a much more comforting shave for men. Aloe vera has been used for sunscreens, moisturizers, soaps, and numerous of cosmetic products for the skin. It's been known to prevent skin infections because of the anti-viral properties that it contains. Aloe vera is a welcoming ingredient that your skin responds well to.

Emu oil - I'm not quite sure if there are any shaving cream that contain emu oil. Emu oil will thicken the skin's tissue, providing a much smoother shave since it also reduces inflammation. Emu oil comes from an Australia bird. It contains large amounts of medium-chain fatty acids that promotes good skin care.

Shaving Tips for Sensitive Skin

Good shaving mechanics and good razor blades are important for a close and smooth shave. Always make sure your blades are sharpen and not dull. Dull blades lead to skin nicks, cuts, and skin burns. You can shave with some electric shavers using shaving creams. There are wet electric shavers out on the market. Make sure you know they're wet electric shavers before using. If you have sensitive skin, I recommend wet electric shavers, while using shaving creams for those with sensitive skin.

Always use moisture while shaving. Wash your face with warm water first. It's a good idea to use a facial cream to help wake up hair follicles and soften skin pores before shaving. After washing your face with warm water, remember to keep the water running throughout your shave. After each shaving stroke apply water to the razor. Apply warm water to your face while shaving. Also when you're done shaving wash your face with cold water. Cold water reduces any inflammation giving you more comfort after your shave. I'd advise shaving after you shower. When you shave then take a hot shower it might not be comforting to your face. You can also shave while you shower which is also highly recommended.

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