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Thread: Straight razor shaving + Tend skin

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    I'd also check out Proraso's product lineup. They are classics, a great value, and they have different products for sensitive skin and for heavier beards. Plus, they just work.

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    As a former in-grown hair suffer my advice is, buy a good shave soap(tabac, ToBS, Proraso,) and a good brush. Even if you get a good straight razor you will still have a learning curve, there for spendd 10 bucks and get a good DE razor to use while you learn, if not you will still be using the multi blade monstrosity, and still suffer from in-grown hairs. The last thing you want to do while learning a straight razor is to have to fight in-grown hairs. I found that using a good DE by itself eliminated my face problems with the help from a good brush and soap. if that does not stop the in-grown hairs then try Witch Hazzel or an alum block. After spending years dreading shaving because of the all the bumps and discomfort, I find now that I wish my beard grew faster. If this till doesn't help ask for more help from these guys on the forum. I have never meet a better and more helpful group of people. They have renewed my faith in humanity.

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