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I've been reading about electric shavers. I've read that if you don't shave often a foil type is better (less pulling of hair) and for regular shavers a rotary works better.

I don't shave often. I usually wait till it is grown out a bit. I mean, I don't shave infrequently because my hair doesn't grow fast, but because I hate shaving.

Anyone ou there have experience with foil and rotary that can confirm less pulling with foils?

Also, any recommendations on a good shaver?
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no experience.
I only trim my beard, because my skin reacts badly to shaving (irritation).
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I'd be cook with that, but after a week of growth my beard causes my face to always itch...
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I only have experience with foil shavers, which seem to work fine for me. I shave once every few days.
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MINT! RRM has a beard! hehe, I tried to grow a beard in thailand but its too itchy!

I shave every 3-4 days (my hair grows alarming) with hair clippers on its lowest settings. I find this takes enough hair while leaving the skin less agitated and its dry shaving which is a win win for my acne.
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ha ha :D
yes occasionally, i try again, but then my whole neck is red-patchy and itches...
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I joke because im thinking of growing a meaty beard...like they guy out of 300! rarr. lol. My girl wont like the itching tho!
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I use a beard trimmer when I shave to avoid the irritation of a manual razer, however, this leaves me with a lot of loose hairs on my face. I showered them off, but this dried my face out. Is there any way to easily get them off without irritation?

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Aren't you showering normally at all, or?
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I suppose just rinsing with cold/lukewarm water might help?
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Oscar wrote:I suppose just rinsing with cold/lukewarm water might help?
Wouldn't that be breaking a sample diet rule?
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WaiWay wrote:
Oscar wrote:I suppose just rinsing with cold/lukewarm water might help?
Wouldn't that be breaking a sample diet rule?
Not if you use low-mineral water.
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So you're saying use low-mineral bottle water everytime I shave? That's really inconvenient...
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Life can be tough :D
But again, doesn't your face get dry when you regularly shower (I suppose you shower from time to time)? What do you do then?
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You can put it in a plant spray and use it when you need it.
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