We know shaving can be a drag. We want you to have a great shaving experience, that's why we've compiled a quick guide to wet shaving
Do not shave with a can. Throw that stuff out! You can start to lather your soap straight out of the container on your brush, adding small amounts of water on your brush.
You can generate a lot of lather on your face as you rub the brush in circular motion. The goal is not to coat the face, but to actually penetrate the pores. Make circular motions, keep rubbing that soap in. When you think you are done, keep going!
Dab your brush in the sink if it's too dry, and rub your brush on the soap if it's too wet.
Take your time and use slow and careful strokes. Don't put too much pressure on your face like with cartridge shaving, the weight of the razor should help it glide. A lighter touch will be safer and more effective with wet shaving.
You should place the head of the razor on a 30 degree angle against your face. Keep in mind you are working against muscle memory here.
Between each stoke, rinse the razor in your sink water, no need to keep the tap running as these razors will not clog like the cartridge ones.
If you've missed a spot, no worries you can get it on your next pass.
Rinse your face between passes.
You will get faster at shaving with practice, so start off slow.
For first time wet shavers, shave with the grain of your hair for the first week. After that you should be doing multiple passes.
Don't be afraid to experiment and look online for youtube videos, there are a ton of resources out there.