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I've been shaving for more than 50 years, starting with an SD for several years, until Gillette introduced his first cartridge, the Trac II in 1970 or 1971. Then I advanced on all the cartridges that Gillette introduced to over the years. About 10 years ago I went back to shaving with an ED and even shaved with a razor, once in a while, along with the latest Gillette Fusion cartridge. Recently, however, I decided to go all-in in electric shaving (for the first time). He was no longer willing to deal with the wet shave: the preparation of the face, the cream/soap, the brush, the bowl, the long shaves, the cleanliness and the blood. Therefore, I bought the three best-rated shavers on the market: the Panasonic ES-LV9N-S (bought in the shavercentre), the Braun 9290cc and the Philips Norelco S9721.
All three shavers will provide a very similar shave, excellent build quality, and well-performing charging/cleaning/drying stations. So, my main criterion for judging a razor is how close it is shaved. I do not have very sensitive skin and I shave (because I think this provides the closest shave). Recently, however, I started using Dickinson's Witch Hazel as a pre-shave preparation. I simply spread some of the liquid on my face and let it evaporate for about 30 seconds before shaving. This raises the beard for an even more closed shave, with no possibility of gumming the blades, as other shaves do. No electric shaver shaves as close as a razor, but these three models are close enough, especially considering that I can shave in about 7 minutes, compared to 30 minutes for a careful shave (no need to shave) astringent pencil!).READ MORE http://amzn.to/2yS1kdN