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harper wrote:Andy, when was the poll taken? I am not surprised that 78% of men report some kind of irritation from shaving but the severity of the irritation is another matter and a lot depends on what period the poll covers. I doubt that 78% had a problem today but if it covers a lengthy period such as several months I am sure the numbers rise. I get neck irritation and the occasional weeper from using a DE on my neck ( no where else) but I do not from a multi-blade which seems to be the opposite of what some on this forum report.
Squire wrote:It won't be a banana that gets me harper, it will be a blonde. Then my son will have my remains cremated and my ashes shot out of a canon.
brothers wrote:Harper, I've used a Trac II on and off for decades, more off than on. They never fail to cause one or more bumps. It's a guarantee, I've found. Usually not on the first shave, but after about 2 to 3 days, it's as good as money in the bank. Why, I've not been able to think it through, but the shaves are close and smooth. That makes me think maybe the second blade coming along a millisecond after the first is cutting the whisker just a teeny bit below the skin level, and after a few hours when it begins to grow back, it encounters a difficulty coming up through the surface of the skin. Just a pure guess, but something's causing it, and I reckon that theory's as good as any.
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