10 X better protection versus ordinary shaving creams
Formulated to provide a close and comfortable shave
Creates a smooth creamy lather for comfortable shave
Prevents nicks, cuts and razor burns from infection
Recommended by Indian Medical Association
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Dettol shaving cream is a rich, creamy formula that softens the beard for a smooth shave. The trusted Dettol protection prevents any nicks and cuts from infections. The cream is ready-to-use and leaves skin feeling clean and smooth and better protected than other shaving creams. Also recommended by the Indian Medical Association. The best tips for a closer, cleaner shave: Take a warm shower or wash your face before shaving to help soften the hair and open up the pores. No one’s facial hair grows in exactly the same direction. You should always shave in the same direction of the hair growth. Apply an even layer of the shaving cream across the areas to be shaved for a uniform hair removal.
It’s always helpful to have a fresh blade in your razor and a good quality shaving cream to make sure the razor and the shaving is clean. Shave with the grain in cartridges and rinsing often between strokes. For straight razors, shave once with the grain, rinse, and then against the grain. For a safer shave without nicks and cuts, try keeping the razor at a 30 degree angle or above. Rinse off the face with lukewarm water at first and then splash with cold water to close the pores and prevent razor bumps, also promoting hair growth. Dettol shaving creams serve as a protective cushion between the razor and your skin, for a closer shave without irritation. It also nourishes and leaves the skin moisturized and not dry.
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