Many men consider aftershave to simply provide a luxurious finish to a shave, much like a woman applying perfume. It’s not necessary, but it makes you smell nice! It means that when people experience that aftershave burn, they often simply decide not to use it. However, aftershave is a vital component in a shave that protects your skin, as well as giving a fragrance. So we’re tackling the question - why does aftershave burn and what can you do to stop it?
Back in November, we pulled together a few of our favourite aftershaves to help you find the best one for you, but what qualities make a good aftershave? We are here to help you know what to look for when buying an aftershave to make it even easier to find a post-shave product that will improve your overall shaving experience.
An aftershave is the final step in achieving a smooth, clean and close shave. It calms your skin, reduces the chance of nicks and cuts getting infected and minimises the risk of shaving rash -- not to mention it smells and feels great!
But you have to get the right aftershave for you. This doesn’t just mean one which you like the smell of; it also means one that suits your skin, your shave and your needs. We’ve gathered up some of our favourite aftershaves to help you choose the perfect one for you. Continue reading