Make sure your shaver is FULLY charged. It would be a shame if it died half way through!
Before shaving, make sure you rinse off your face well so that there is no oil or dirt left on your skin. Doing this will give you a much better shaving experience. And this is also important so that the oil from your face will not get built up and clog the shaver.
Begin shaving by using the sharp razor extension (refer to picture) this is used to trim the longer hair down enough so it can be shaved by the smooth shaving part.
Target areas: Sides of face, above and below lips, under chin, jaw line, and neck if needed. Be careful not to push to hard or to fast as this will increase your chances of razor burn or even getting cuts.
Once all the long hair is trimmed, switch to the smooth shaving part (refer to picture) and again slowly and softly go back over the 5 target areas of the face. Doing this will give you that smooth skin that the women love to feel!
Un-clip the top razor attachment and clean off the inside by blowing it out. Good maintenance is important if you want your shaver to stay sharp and in good working condition.
Once again you need to rinse off your face but make sure that water is neither too hot nor too cold because extreme temperatures can cause irritation to your skin. Make sure you use luke-warm water and do not rinse harshly! Make sure to rinse gently to avoid skin irritation.
Dry face with a soft cloth making sure that you do not rub. Pad face lightly until all moisture is dried up.
Use a non-scented lotion. Usually baby lotions are pretty good for this. Some scented lotions can cause skin irritation. Apply a small amount to the tips of your fingers and lightly smooth over the shaved areas. This will finish off that smooth feeling and when you look in the mirror you will feel confident.
Now you have successfully shaved! Always remember to take good care of your shaver and it will always take good care of you!
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