King of Shaves Shave Gel Sensitive Skin
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A better gel for a better shave! King of Shaves Shave Gel Sensitive is formulated to give you a superbly close and comfortable shave. It delivers enhanced razor glide and excellent blade performance leaving your skin incredibly smooth, supple, and hydrated, not dry and tight. You can also use our Shave Gel as an effective pre-shave wash or beard shampoo.
- Designed for sensitive skin.
- Help reduce razor burn and rash.
- Helps improve razor glide.
- Help reduce unwanted tug and pull.
- The low foam formula means you see exactly where you’re shaving.
- Ideal for shaping sideburns, goatees and for avoiding problem areas.
- Dermatologically tested – no added fragrance.
- Aloe, Essential Oils, and Tea Tree.
- 150ml. LDPE tube. PP Cap. Made in the United Kingdom.
- King of Shaves products is tested on humans, not animals.
- Important: Enjoy!
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- Aloe vera
- Tea tree oil
- Eucalyptus oil
- Spearmint oil
Give your stubble a good wash and soak. Wet stubble is so much easier to cut, which means less tug and pull, less irritation and more comfort so shave during (or straight after) a warm bath or shower. Cleanse face first with quality face wash or gentle exfoliating scrub.
Tip: You can use a small amount of this Shave Gel as an effective pre-shave wash or beard shampoo.
Squeeze a generous amount of Shave Gel onto hand and then work the shave gel thoroughly into your beard, to ensure even coverage and to lift the stubble away from the skin. Pay particular attention to anywhere you get any shaving rash, remembering the bit of the shave prep that does all the work during your shave is the thin film-like barrier between your skin and the blade. A face full of lather may look great, however is it really helping, or is it just hiding you beard?
Tip: If you really can’t live without lather, squeeze some gel into the middle of a wet badger brush and lather away.
Using a clean sharp blade, shave carefully in the direction of hair growth taking care around the sensitive neck area. Take it slow and steady, rinsing the razor frequently to prevent clogging and to ensure you get the most bristles in a single pass. For heavy stubble or several days’ growth focus on short strokes and thorough rinsing. Shaving with the grain, in the direction hair grows, will reduce the tug and pull and lessen the chance of irritation. If closeness is a problem, try going across the grain (XTG) in a second pass.
Tip: Only a few missed bristles separate a good shave from a great shave. Use your finger tips to feel for any missed bristles before you finish and rinse.
After shaving, thoroughly rinse off with cool clean water as this helps close up the skin’s pores. Pat dry and protect skin immediately with a moisturiser or balm.
Store in a cool place out of direct sunlight.
Keep out of reach of children.
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