• Make sure your face is squeaky clean using your favorite face wash.

  • Pat your skin until dry and wait 2 minutes.

**Please note** that some people prefer using a light amount of oil, such as Jojoba to help prevent over-drying and sensitizing your face, while others prefer doing it on dry skin. Experiment and see what feels better for you and your skin type.


    • Pull the skin taught and always move downwards in short strokes with the razor always at a 45-degree angle against the skin. Make sure you’re using very little pressure.

    • Starting at the top of the ear, using small strokes, move downwards to the jawline and towards the nose to get the whole cheek, jawline, chin, and upper lip.

    • Move to the sides of the face by the eyes, followed by the forehead. Avoid the hairline, eyelids, and sides of the nose.

    • Lastly, stroke the neck downwards from the jawline.


    • Follow up with your favorite hydrating serum. If you are doing the treatment in the morning, make sure you also apply SPF 30 or higher, you want your fresh skin glowing not scorched.

    • Clean both your blade & your handle by wiping them with rubbing alcohol. Put the cap on once everything has dried to keep dirt and bacteria at bay.