Confused about which types of blades suit your Wilkinson Sword razor? Want to know more about avoiding nicks and cuts when shaving? Then take a look through some of our commonly asked questions and you're bound to find the answer.
Questions and answers about Wilkinson Sword
- Does Wilkinson Sword still make swords?
- Wilkinson Sword no longer makes Sword products. For more information please visit the following website www.pooleysword.com
- Do you make Wilkinson Sword gardening equipment?
- The Wilkinson Sword gardening equipment is made by a different company. If you would like to get in touch with them their details are as follows:
Fiskars Brands Inc. UK Ltd
Brackla Industrial Estate
Questions and answers about female shaving
- Is there any danger to shaving your bikini area?
- Thousands of women shave their bikini lines and there is no danger if you take the proper time required and follow simple techniques. Shave your bikini area one side at a time in a slow upward motion. Make sure you moisturise after and always wear cotton underwear to reduce any irritation to your vaginal area.
- I am just about to start shaving and worried about little red bumps. What should I do?
- Little red bumps, ingrown hairs or infected hair follicles can sometimes appear when first shaving and be irritable. That's why it's important to take the time to shave properly and to follow the simple step-by-step guide. These techniques will help avoid any rashes or bumps.
- How often do I need to change the blades?
- The frequency of blade changing will depend on your hair structure and re-growth. Change them when you feel that you have to apply more pressure on the skin, as this is an indication they are starting to blunt.
- How do I know which razor is right for me?
- We all have different skin. So it’s important to choose the right razor.
Find the right razor for you by answering a few simple questions.
- Is shaving bad for my skin?
- Not if done properly. Make sure you prepare and moisturise properly. See the shaving tips on how to do this. Most razors now have an added conditioning strip that will help improve razor glide and minimise nicks and cuts.
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