How to do the trick for a clean and fresh beard
A new technique to shave your beard has been proven to be effective for removing the stubborn flakes that clog pores and clog the pores in your beard, and for treating skin conditions including acne.
A study published in the journal Dermatology found that the shaving method of the scientists led to a clean, even beard, that could not be clogged by clogging flakes.
“The facial hair removal method of this study has the potential to significantly reduce the number of flakes present in the facial skin and, thus, the chances of acne, which can lead to skin disorders, and acne related problems,” the authors wrote.
The study found that a topical application of the facial hair remover gel was able to significantly remove up to 10 percent of flakes from the skin of the scalp.
The study also found that it was more effective than conventional facial hair sprays and soaps.
“Our results indicate that topical application is a powerful and effective facial hair shaving technique that can effectively remove facial flakes and block pores, which are key factors of acne and skin disorders,” the study said.
“This study is a significant breakthrough for beard-removal technology and is likely to become a common practice.”
In a separate study, the scientists said they found that facial hair-removing gel could also be applied to other areas of the body, such as the neck, lips and nose.
“Although the facial-hair remover is a popular product among men, this study suggests that it could be applied as a treatment to other skin areas, such a neck, mouth, nose and upper body, in addition to the face,” they wrote.
According to the researchers, a study in the Journal of Cosmetic Dermatologic Surgery found that skin irritation from facial hair clogs pores and makes the skin prone to irritation, inflammation and infections.
“This study also indicated that the use of the product can also be a useful therapeutic for acne, as facial hair can be an effective skin disinfectant, especially for sensitive skin,” the researchers wrote.
A similar study published last year in the American Journal of Human Biology found that women who use facial hair spray are more likely to get acne, especially if they use the facial treatment in conjunction with facial treatments such as Botox or chemical peels.
The researchers said the facial facial-scrubber technique they used to clean the facial beard, which they called the “bristle-like scrub,” can be used to wash away the excess beard hair, as well as to remove the flakes that are clogging pores.
“A successful facial-abrasion treatment is necessary for effective facial-bristling, facial-facial-remodeling and facial-cleansing,” they said.
“In this study, we have shown that this facial-remedy technique can be applied with no skin irritation and that it is safe and effective for the skin.”
According to Dr. K.K. Chandrashekhar, a professor of dermatology at the University of Chicago, facial hair is an important part of a man’s appearance and grooming.
“Facial hair is a natural product that can help to enhance and improve skin tone, make you look younger, look thinner, reduce the appearance of pores, and keep you youthful.
It can also help in maintaining the appearance and look of your face,” he said.