Neanderthals Had it Easy
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Okay folks so as human beings in theory we’ve come a long way from our walk on all fours, knuckle dragging past. Consequently we still carry some of those wonderful traits from that by gone era, mainly hair from our head to our toes. Most of it, especially making an appearance on our legs, backs [...]

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Types of Razors and Shavers

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Types of Razors and Shavers Category 3

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Category 3: Electric or Rechargeable Shavers

As with everything in the modern world, life has become incredibly busy for everyone and the need to do more work in a shorter amount of time has become a daily reality for countless millions. Nowadays Electric razors promise a clean close comfortable shave in record time. (Example: Philips Norelco 7240XL Cord/Cordless Rechargeable Shaver.)
Electric Razors feature either a rotating or oscillating blade, and usually do not require the assistance of shaving cream, soap or water (picture). Usually powered by a small DC motor or rechargeable battery system these razors come in a variety of styles and colours. Some electric razors still run on regular household current while others offer cordless operation. Either way, it is still quite possible to receive a close smooth comfortable feeling shave without the nuisance of razor bumps since typically these razors roll forward the skin ahead of the follicle, pulling it above the un-stretched skin line where the rotating, or oscillating foil cuts it off.

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