MarkSmith

Facial Hair Removal

I am a male with extremely tough hair, what is the best (and easiest) way to remove it without stubble or excessive shadow? I used to use Edge Gel for tough beards, and would let it set for 10 minutes before shaving, but they don't make it any more. I would like a nice clean hairless face.

neko333

Re: Facial Hair Removal

My boyfriend uses the Anthony Logistics products, he bought them in the Perfect Shave Kit and it was cheaper doing it that way. It has full sizes of everything. They have a little try it kit for $12. I'll list all the value kits. 

 

http://www.sephora.com/three-for-the-road-P380529?skuId=1550466

 

http://www.sephora.com/the-perfect-shave-kit-P225366?skuId=1538446

 

http://www.sephora.com/a-clean-start-kit-P150701?skuId=946277

 

http://www.sephora.com/the-essential-traveler-kit-P379506?skuId=1539774

 

 

beautylovingirl

Re: Facial Hair Removal

There is also this product: The Art of Shaving Cream Lavender it also softens and lifts and comes in a 5 oz for 25.00 or a 1.7 for 17.00 which isn't the best price for the small but still an option. Hope this helps!

 

 

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rikkie

Re: Facial Hair Removal

Oh yeah, good call! I got my husband the unscented version as a 100 point perk and he hated the smell, but he tried the Sandalwood one and liked it quite a bit. 

consolvo

Re: Facial Hair Removal

I would suggest this product:

 

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http://www.sephora.com/glycolic-facial-cleanser-P9038

 

From the description:

 

The triply essential formula thoroughly cleanses the face and neck, gently removes dead skin cells, and helps to soften and lift beard hairs. Glycolic acid works to prevent ingrown hairs and razor bumps, and allows more minute hairs to be cut.

MarkSmith

Re: Facial Hair Removal