Face shaving: The anti-aging beauty trick!

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The ultimate anti-ager, shaving is known to exfoliate the skin and stimulate collagen production. Absurd right? We know it sounds scary, but we promise once you’ve tried this skincare secret- you won’t look back. Skin specialists from around the globe are recommending shaving the backs of your hands, neck and décolletage anywhere from two to four times weekly!

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Think of it as an at home dermaplaning treatment- you’re using the razor to gently smooth and exfoliate. It is said to help slough off dead skin cells, prevent visible signs of ageing; which, in turn allows your products to penetrate deeper, and your make up to sit seamlessly.

How: Don’t push too hard, a gentle swipe with a very sharp razor is perfect. Using a standard razor will cut your hair in a crude and blunt way which is how the hair looks thicker when growing back. The trick is to use a super fine dermaplaning razor that cuts the hair like silk.

After Treatment: It is recommended to follow up with a topical serum

 


 

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Olivia Boyd-Smith
Olivia wholeheartedly embraces all things health, fitness and beauty-related in her everyday life. It is more than a passion to her, it is her lifestyle. Studying a combined degree of Communications and Business, Olivia hopes to branch into the Corporate Beauty world where her business mind and passion for nutrition and beauty from the inside out can combine. Exercise is an integral part of Olivia's lifestyle. With 16 years as a ballerina she strongly believes in moving her body every day. Her interests include running, Barre body and reformer Pilates. Olivia has worked with skin Doctors for the past few years while studying, which has allowed her to acquire a vast knowledge of all things skin and body health related. This compliments her interest in nutrition and wellness. She’s also always in the kitchen experimenting with new healthy recipes, allowing her love for beauty foods to flourish. Through her writing Olivia hopes to inform and inspire and readers to live a healthy and beautiful life.