Each method of shaving has its own benefits and drawbacks. When deciding between a wet vs dry shave, consider whether you have sensitive skin, how long you want to spend in the bathroom and how close a shave you require. For the least chance of irritation and closeness, a wet shave is normally superior but dry shaving can save on time and lets you shave in either direction.
If you regularly notice red and irritated patches after shaving, choosing the best shaver for sensitive skin is vital. Electric shavers generally cause less irritation as fewer blades means less pulling on your face’s skin.
Finding the best wet and dry shaver will let you shave in or out of the shower and enjoy the cutting action of five shaving elements with a foil shaver that gives you a close and gentle shave. The Braun Series 9 wet and dry razor uses 40,000 cutting actions to catch hair as short as 0.05mm and sonic vibrations to glide gently over your jaw.