Here is the Shave Doctor’s guide for woman who want to be able to shave their face without having to worry about ingrown hairs, rash or coarse prickly regrowth. I have personally used this method on my own face, shaving only one half of my face for two years to put my theory to the test.

Your’e going to love the way your skin looks and feels. Let’s get started…

  • While in the shower, gently clean you face with a pH balance cleanser to remove any traces of makeup.
  • After a shower, massage Pre-shave Gel over entire face as directed
  • Take a small glob of shave lather and apply directly onto the face. Dilute with warm water. With clean fingers spread gently and evenly over entire face, including nose and forehead.
  • Warm your razor up by swishing it under hot water.


  • Starting at the side of the face closest to the ear (side burn), begin shaving using strokes no longer than an inch at a time moving toward the jaw line.
  • Lather back up and shave from the sideburn toward the nose using the same short strokes.


  • Make sure it has a good coating of shave lather over it.
  • Shave from the top of the nose to the end. Just once is good enough. If your razor is small enough to shave each side of the nose then go ahead. If you have a tiny nose, don’t risk it.


  • Make sure it has a good layer of shave lather over it.
  • Shave from the center of the forehead (between the eyes) out toward each temple.

Be careful not to whack the eye brow or hair line.


  • Push your tongue up under the upper lip and push outwards until the surface is firm and quite flat.
  • Tilt your razor on a slight diagonal and only use a small portion of it to shave with the lie of the area which is staggered on a downward taper.


  • Rinse the entire face with fresh warm water and then splash off with cool water.
  • Pat face with clean towel so it’s not dripping wet but still damp.
  • Gently pat a small amount of aftershave moisturizer combined with a pump of booster serum over entire face a neck.


  • Don’t over shave the face until it has acclimated to its new condition.
  • Rinse razor blade often to avoid clogging
  • Grip your razor as if it were a feather. The lighter your grip the better it will shave.
  • Try to do your shave at night or on a day you won’t have to apply makeup straight after. Give your face at least 6 hours to reboot and adjust.
  • Because the hair is soft and quite long in places, you may be tempted to turn the razor against the hair to remove it more easily. DON’T DO IT! The point is to gradually remove skin cells. It will get easier and better over time.
  • Women should only shave their entire face a maximum of one time a week. In most cases, once every two weeks should suffice.

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