body shaving

CONVENIENT TRUTH

Life is tricky, showering doesn't have to be. If you're the kind of guy who likes to keep things simple, we've got the product for you: Active 3

This one's a serious multitasker. It's a shower gel, a shampoo and a shaving gel all rolled into one. We know what you're thinking; it seems to good to be real. It's not. It's a practical product that let's you get down to business and get on with your day, no time-wasting, no fuss.

For those on the move it's a man's best friend; perfect for business trips, weekends away or hitting the showers post-gym.

Practicality is a given, and it's full of grooming greatness too. The revitalising gel contains MICRO TEC-Technology with nourishing Vitamin F and high-tech polymers. In short, this product really cleans. It lathers up into a skin smoothing foam for the ultimate under-the-shower shave.

Give it a go - it will make showering a breeze. 

BEFORE THE SHOWER

The best trick for getting it done is to lather your body and hair with Active3 while the water is steaming up.

Active3 makes hair smoother and straighter, which means it's easier to remove. The warm water will open up your pores, and you're ready for the next step.

FACE

Find a fog free reflective surface before you start you shave, beginning with your cheeks. Hold the razor at a 30 degree angle, following with the the throat area, and finally the upper lip and chin. Move downwards above the jawline and upwards below the jawline.

CHEST

Shaving the chest can be very quick and easy. Start by shaving down the chest, and then upwards using relaxed strokes. In the middle of your chest, shave horizontally, starting on the inside and moving outwards. Be careful with the nipples, shaving inwards toward them is the safest route.

ARMPIT

Foam up the Active3 under your arms, with your arms up over your head. Start with downward strokes from the top of the armpit, then change direction. You can shave outwards from the inside if there's any remaining hair.

PRIVATE PARTS

This one requires attention or results could be painful. Start at the hairline and shave to the base using single strokes. Initially, it's best to shave in the direction of the hair to remove as much as you can. Then in the opposite direction to ensure a smooth, close shave. Don't shave any area more than twice, unless you're partial to a razor burn or two!

POST SHOWER

After the shave, rinse off with cold water to close the pores. Pat dry with a clean towel, because rubbing will aggravate the skin. Apply an aftershave gel and you're good to go.