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1) Shave after showering: the heat opens up pores and softens stubble. 2) Choose high-quality shaving products that suit your skin and lifestyle: shaving gel, oil, cream or soap.3) Shave in the direction of hair growth to prevent ingrown hairs.
1) After shaving and rinsing, cool your skin with a cold flannel. 2) Apply a moisturizing and soothing after-shave balm.
Smooth and gentle, ideal for dry skin. The Cade Rich Shaving Cream is enriched with organic cade wood essential oil and turns into a creamy lather that leaves skin feeling clean and smooth.
A delight for all those who prefer to use a traditional shaving technique. Cade Shaving Soap contains skin-protecting essential oils and comforting cold cream, and transforms into a rich lather.
Ideal as both a pre-shave and shaving product. Use prior to shaving to soften stubble and ensure a close shave (there's no lather, so you can see the areas to shave). With its small format, you can easily take it with you when travelling.
L’OCCITANE shaving gels transform immediately into a thick and comfortable foam, enriched with natural extracts with benefits for the skin (peppermint, cade essential oil, etc.).
It helps to soothe and moisturize the skin after shaving.It can help skin to feel clean and look healthy all day long.The light and fluid texture melts into the skin, without leaving a greasy residue. Subtly perfumed, it leaves behind a mood-lifting scent.
Its properties have long been a secret in Provence, passed down from father to son. Cade wood yields a precious oil with protective benefits, which is why shepherds used it to shield their skin from the cutting wind. L’OCCITANE developed the Cade range to prevent and soothe discomfort caused by shaving.
90% of men who tried the Cade After-Shave Balm said it helped to calm burning sensations experienced after shaving, and 80% said it reduced feelings of irritation.* *Cade After-Shave Balm consumer test on 20 men over 3 weeks.
Start with less sensitive areas, so that your shaving product has more time to sink in where skin is more sensitive. Always shave in the direction of hair growth. 1) From the ears towards the mouth. 2) Above the lips. 3) Finish with the lower face, from the chin down to the neck.
For a perfect shave, you need a good razor with high-quality blades to avoid cuts and irritation. When you’re shaving, one or two passes should be enough. When that's not enough, it’s time to change your blades.