D’Fluff Shaving Soap, $12.95 at Lush
A sweet-smelling shaving soap packed with antioxidant-rich strawberries that cleanses and moisturizes your skin at once. Plus, a little goes a long way with this one, so you’ll get your money’s worth.
Completely Smooth Moisturizing No-Bump Shave Gel, $8.99 at Ulta Beauty
From the self-proclaimed hair removal experts comes a lightweight shaving gel packed with skin-loving essential oils and eco-friendly beads that dissolve upon contact for light exfoliation. There’s even a travel version.
Shave Lotion, $18 at Saya
This multipurpose unisex shaving lotion from natural Australian brand Saya can be used on the face as well as the body. Ingredients like macadamia oil nourish skin, while aloe vera calms any redness or inflammation.
Shaving Gel Sandalwood & Sage, $49 at Grown Alchemist
For a soft shave that has a comforting smell, try this out. Its formula softens and raises the hair follicles so you can get as close to each hair strand with your razor as possible.
Shaving Cream, $28 at Maapilim
Concocted with skin-softening jojoba oil, this cream provides your skin ample amount of moisture and protection so you can remove your hair in the gentlest way possible.
Ultimate Brushless Shave Cream, $17 at Kiehl’s
Specifically formulated for sensitive skin, this unscented cream from Kiehl’s minimizes razor bumps and helps the overall appearance of your skin.
Ultra Moisturizing Shave Cream, $2.99 at Target
This rich cream has a whipped texture akin to whipped cream that glides on easily and it comes in five different scents. Vanilla Bliss is infused with shea butter, which leaves your skin looking and feeling incredibly smooth after each use.
Satin Care Sensitive Skin Shave Gel for Women, $2.74 at Walmart
Gillette created a shaving cream suited to sensitive skin that has aloe vera to soothe and protect against unnecessary cuts and nicks.
If you’re in the camp really into hair removal, especially in the summer, you should know that the key to a flawless shave lies not only in your technique but also the products you use. In addition to using a clean razor (or any hair removal tool) every time you shave, make use of a gentle shaving cream to avoid razor burns. Essentially, they form a thin barrier between your skin and the razor, minimizing your chances of cutting yourself while providing moisture as you glide the blades up and down. In other words, shaving creams are nonnegotiable for a disaster-free shaving session (or at least less of them). That said, always look for those with calming ingredients like aloe vera to best prevent irritation.
Ahead, we’ve compiled some really effective and gentle options at all price points that will give you a clean shave while soothing your skin from the hot summer sun.
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