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Waxing vs Shaving: What is better?

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Shaving or Waxing? Most women are confused which one to opt for. While waxing is considered to be better, you must keep in mind your skin type, hair texture and hair growth before making a decision. If you have sensitive skin, use a razor, as waxing may aggravate the rashes. If you have normal skin, go in for a wax. Here's what you need to know:

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7 Shaving Tricks From A Dermatologist That Will Change Your Routine Forever

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Shaving is a routine chore for most people. Even with the availability of waxing or laser hair removal, many people still stick with a good old razor blade for fast, easy hair removal. So to make the most of your razor, these shaving tricks from a dermatologist will change your routine forever. Hey, nobody enjoys dealing with razor burn.

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Are you making these shaving mistakes?

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When it comes to shaving off body hair, most of us just make some lather with soap and start shaving. But what's little known is the fact that this can actually take a toll on your skin and even cause irritation. Here are a few common mistakes you should avoid making the next time you shave:

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Are you making these shaving mistakes?

Posted by Se Rasant on

When it comes to shaving off body hair, most of us just make some lather with soap and start shaving. But what's little known is the fact that this can actually take a toll on your skin and even cause irritation. Here are a few common mistakes you should avoid making the next time you shave:

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Sperm Count Zero

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When a chemical affects your hormones, it's called an endocrine disruptor. And it turns out that many of the compounds used to make plastic soft and flexible (like phthalates) or to make them harder and stronger (like Bisphenol A, or BPA) are consummate endocrine disruptors. Phthalates and BPA, for example, mimic estrogen in the bloodstream. If you're a man with a lot of phthalates in his system, you'll produce less testosterone and fewer sperm. If exposed to phthalates in utero, a male fetus's reproductive system itself will be altered: He will develop to be less male.

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