Why is exfoliating so important? How does Bevel help me exfoliate?

Exfoliating is beneficial for everyone, but crucial for men with skin issues such as razor bumps/ingrown hairs, acne, hyperpigmentation/darkened areas, and scarring.

Exfoliation removes the dead skin cells that make up the outer layer of skin and exposes the newer skin beneath. Shedding the outer layer will unclog pores, clean the skin, and reduce ingrown hairs and acne. Exfoliation is extremely important for men as it exposes the hair follicles, allowing for a better shave.

Exfoliating with Bevel begins with the Bevel Badger Brush.  The brush gently exfoliates as you apply Bevel Shave Cream in strong circular motions to your skin.

Next, the Bevel Razor Blades are designed to not only allow the hair to be cut more cleanly and without tugging, but as you shave you will be removing old, dead skin cells, including discolored skin.   Over time, you should see an improvement in your skin across the areas you shave.

Lastly, the Bevel Shave Cream and Restoring Balm were designed with ingredients known to act as skin healers and exfoliants.

Shea butter has been used for generations as a deep, non-greasy moisturizer that easily absorbs into the skin and pores without clogging.  Shea butter is also known to encourage the healing process from scarring reducing hyperpigmentation and dark spots.

Lactic Acid, the gentlest of the alpha hydroxy acids, is a natural product great for exfoliating and reducing the appearance of dark spots or hyperpigmentation.  Lactic acid is a popular remedy for acne, razor bumps, and skin restoration in general.  It has the added benefit of also being a humectant, promoting soft, moist skin.

Salicylic Acid, a beta hydroxy acid, promotes the shedding of dead skin cells, neutralizes bacteria within pores, and constricts them, preventing them from clogging up again.

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