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Using the Micro Touch Tough Blade Pro you get a close, clean, comfortable shave. With the precision laser guide you can enjoy for perfect alignment no matter what style you want. This unit goes at 7,000 micro vibrations per minute, helping you to get the best shave possible. The blade is made from German stainless steel. It boasts a micro thin non-stick surface. Said razor set is allegedly a new breakthrough in precision shaving with the high intensity light, micro-vibration, and laser level guide.
The cost of Tough Blade Pro is $24.99 plus $7.99 shipping, for a total price of $32.98. Price is from As Seen on TV Commercial page: toughbladepro.com
Theoretically you get a perfect shave for an entire year, at a very reasonable cost compared to other razors.
The MicroTouch Trimmer is great for precise grooming around hard to reach areas like the ears, nose, eyebrows, neck & sideburns.
Built-in spot light ensures that you never miss a hair.
Allegedly this is a great thing for sensitive skin.
Endorsed by Brett Favre, this unique razor set is clearly a popular item for what is presumed to be a macho, tough American man.
The Micro Touch Tough Blade is purportedly a German-engineered razor one which is guaranteed by the company to provide users with a close, clean, and comfortable shave at a price lower than competitors.
The secret behind it is the 7,000 micro vibrations per minute, designed to eliminate drag so that you get the smoothest shave ever.
When you order you get the blade handle, the razor replacement cartridges, all of which give you a longer lifespan allegedly than other subscription razors.
It gives out a lot of information about the laser precision, but be advised that this does not mean it is actually using laser hair removal. The laser in question is only a light, one that you can use to guide the razor along the curves of your face for whatever type of shave or style you want. Of course, this is assuming you do not yet know how to do this.
Shaving results in things like razor burn, razor bumps, and ingrown hairs, but can also lead to increased inflammation or sensitization which can result in premature aging. Average male beards grow two millimeters per day. Shaving, no matter the razor, is a type of physical exfoliation which can negatively impact the skin by triggering irritation, over-exfoliation, and a compromised lipid barrier. Said lipid barrier keeps moisture in the tissues but once compromised, water escapes and dehydrated skin results.
The blade system provides you with a set of replacement razor cartridges which are meant to last one year, assuming that you use just one per month. Having said that, the company cannot really guarantee that something will last that long. Reason being, anyone who has ever used a razor knows that the length of time a single blade lasts is contingent upon many things. Examples include the coarseness of the stubble, how often you shave, where on your face you are shaving, etc. As such, a razor cartridge that might last for three weeks for one person might only last for a few days for another. German grade stainless steel is helpful information but without knowing from where these razors are sourced, it is really hard to tell how well they will work.
Based on the product’s commercial, the Micro Touch Tough Blade uses a tiered system of razors which are meant to lift the hair, cut it, and give you the perfect finish. However, this seems to work in the exact same way as any other three blade razors from any other company. What’s more, this blade is allegedly crafted from German stainless steel, the same type of steel that one would find on the outside of a golf club. Nonetheless, there is nothing truly distinct about this particular stainless steel.
The blade uses three perfectly angled German stainless steel blades that are each coating with a thin, non-stick surface to ensure nothing remains on the blade. That said, the first blade is designed to lift your stubble while the second and third cut. It is purportedly the most comfortable shave at any angle, something great for people who have sensitive skin.
These razors, assuming they work as effectively as other mainstream razors, are nonetheless a less expensive option for hair removal.
When shaving, one of the most common skin conditions is razor burn, or inflammation of the skin because of shaving. To prevent it, protect the natural lipid layer with things that have shea butter, vitamin E, primrose oil, even soybean oil. Try to find products that have aloe vera, white tea, licorice, green tea, panthenol, or chamomile to help promote skin repair. Coarse, heavier beards that come from genetics or ethnicity are more difficult to shave to matter the razor you have. In many cases, the hair shafts are more resistant which clogs the razor.
Conversely, the razor might not be sharp enough which causes tugging or scraping. Beards should be softened, even stubble, to help make facial hair less resistant to shaving. Use a shaving cream which softens and lifts your beard while simultaneously protecting your skin. Shaving cream should be a cushion between the skin and the razor.
Using laser light energy, you can penetrate the hair shaft killing the hair root. Understand that this does not kill the follicle, the place here the hair starts to grow. For that reason, you need regular treatments on a regular basis to help clear out the area. Such treatments are not recommended for blonde or white hair, instead for light skin with dark hair and not necessarily on the face. Laser hair removal zaps your hair follicles to target the melanin in your hair, the dark pigment.
Heat kills the follicles and your hair falls out two weeks later. Over the course of regular use, the lasers will disable actively growing hair which only account for about twenty five percent of the total area on the face. Hairs in a resting phrase do not get destroyed the same way. Touch up sessions are a necessity for this reason.
Waxing is a possibility, one that if done regularly can result in cost savings because fewer trips are required with time. Of course, waxing the male face is not a regularly used treatment, even though it would reduce the irritation caused by shaving and keep the hair much gentler by comparison.
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