I can't believe I'm putting this out on the Internet. And at the risk of never getting a date ever again in this lifetime, here it goes: I shave my face. Never thought Caroline Manzo and I would have something in common , but alas! To kick things off, no, I don't stand in front of the mirror with some Barbasol and a Mach3 and get to work. I know some of you are envisioning a pile of shaving cream on my face. In fact, no shaving cream is used at all.
Should Women Shave Their Face? | POPSUGAR Beauty Australia
Many women have long touted facial shaving, an at-home, less intense version of dermaplaning. It is the practice of using a razor to shave the peach fuzz and hair off of your face in pursuit of hair removal and smoother, exfoliated skin. There is no shortage of online resources singing the praises of face shaving. But there are, of course, plenty of questions to be asked about the procedure. The first fear many women have is that shaved hair will grow back faster, darker or coarser. Shaving does not change the number of hair follicles in the skin or the rate of hair growth.
Why it's a terrible idea for women to shave their faces
T o shave or not to shave? Absolutely not. Does any woman in the 21st century truly have the time or the inclination to shave her entire face for the sake of slightly softer skin? In a world that chastises any hint of facial hair in women, having it can be distressing psychologically, which is why some women in particular, those with polcystic ovary syndrome , which causes hirsutism already resort to shaving their faces. The use of oral contraceptives to lower the androgen production can help, and creams such as Vaniqa slow down the rate of hair regrowth.
Their reasons? Talk about a perfect recipe for an ultra-smooth face. But wait a second. While these buzzy or should we say fuzzy?