Ever since my very awkward preteen years, I’ve been blessed with some pretty powerful sideburns and a killer ‘stache. It was a look that took several years of expensive and painful removal procedures, like bleaching, waxing, threading, and even a couple of questionable “As Seen on TV “devices, until I finally gave in and decided to get laser hair removal.
But just when I thought I’d found the right solution to my hairy situation, I learned that the procedure required me to shave the entire area before each treatment. Even before a laser ever touched my face, my sensitive skin was severely bumpy, burning, and irritated from razor scratches.
My technician suggested I try Schick Silk Touch-Up Eyebrow Razors, a smoother, more precise alternative to the dull leg razors I’d been using, since they’re made to be used on delicate areas — like your face. Their blades are sharp, and manage to stay sharp through several uses, but they won’t cut and scrape your skin. They feature fine micro guards that protect with every swipe, and also come with an attachment that covers the majority of the blade for extra-precise eyebrow shaping and strategic upper lip hair removal.
I was amazed by how these tiny, portable hair groomers not only left my skin completely bump-free, but actually made it feel smoother than before. They gently exfoliate as you shave, removing unwanted dead skin particles, so you’re left with a fresh layer that’s phenomenally soft. Even when hair grows back, it feels supple, not stubbly.
Since my laser treatments have ended, I no longer need these razors for my sideburns and ‘stache, but I’ve found new, revolutionary ways to use them that are equally as effective. From facial peach fuzz, underarms, bikini lines, and the occasional missed spot on the back of my leg, it’s tiny enough to reach areas that other razors can’t. There’s truly no area that’s too tiny or too delicate for it to tackle.
In addition to the Schick Silk Touch-Up Eyebrow Razors being painless, easy to use, and effective, they’re extremely affordably priced for a pack of three, so you can use each one for a different part of the body, or stash one in your travel kit in the event of an emergency stray hair. You’ll keep finding new ways to use them!