This may surprise you, but many women in Japan shave their faces.
Not all Japanese women shave their face but it is a more common practice skincare regime in Japan than in western societies.
Why? - because your skin looks smoother and your makeup goes on beautifully, it certainly seems to keep our skin clean and once you start shaving your skin, it is hard to stop.
Now look, for years and years, I was told you NEVER remove that facial hair and whatever you do, DO NOT Shave as your hair will grow back thicker and darker. Have you heard that?
I suffered from polycystic ovaries in my late 20’s which means I had a lot of that yukky peach fuzz on my cheeks working its way down the side of my neck! I didn’t know what to do about it as I was told to simply leave it.
As I got older into my 30s’ I stopped wearing foundation as it enhanced the peach fuzz. I love wearing makeup so I knew I had to do something about it.
I started to wax my face….
Have you done that? OMG! The pain hurt so much, the hot wax on my skin left me with red cheeks. Even my children would ask, “what was wrong with my face?” I also noticed to my HORROR that it pulled at my skin and made my wrinkles (yep have heaps I’m the close end to 50) worse.
So I looked at mystunning razors and thought, hang on, the answer is staring at me.
Our razor uses a very sharp single double-sided stainless steel blade, which gives you the closest shave ever.
And then I thought. God!! can I use this on my face. Scary!
Wait… My husband uses it to shave his face and his face is super duper hairy.
I grabbed our TCSK shavesoap, put a little on my face, and went for it.
But be sure to follow the proper protocols stated above! Please let me know your thoughts or reply below with your results.
Happy smooth skin.