Do you remember your first time shaving?
Mine wasn’t pretty. I snuck my dad’s razor and shaved my legs dry. It wasn’t pretty. Get your daughter ready for this rite of passage with the right tools and a quick education. We've got five tips to help you navigate your daughter's first leg shave.
I’m trying things differently. I have an open dialogue with my girls about personal care and that includes shaving. The right tools and a healthy open dialogue makes shaving easy, and dare I say FUN. Ready to get started? Here are my five “mom tips” for first time shavers
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- Talk it through! Let your daughter know you support her and are there to help. It might even help to do a little demo before you start.
- Get the right tools. Use a razor like Schick Intuition that is easy to grip and made for female parts and curves to help minimize nicks and cuts.
- Never shave dry! You'll either need shaving cream or oil or a better razor. A smart razor like Schick Intuition that has a built-in skin conditioning solid (just add water and shave - no need for shave gel!) for a comfortable and smooth shave. It lathers and shaves in one easy step.
- Use a stool or tub edge. As a newbie, it’s nearly impossible to balance and shave at the same time. Have an easy spot to prop the leg up to shave.
- Don’t rush! Make sure the first experience is a fun, low-key event. If your daughter is shaving for a big event or trip, don’t wait until the night before.
With a good attitude and the right razor you’ll be ready to take on this right of passage. Get your Schick First Time Razor pack here.
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