6 MicroSpan™ Blades 6 Micro Blades
Rounded Lubricating Strip Rounded Lubricating Strip
Front-Hinged Swing System Front-Hinged Swing System
Advanced Guard bar structure Advanced Guard bar structure
Non-slip Pattern handle Non-slip Pattern handl


Liyu plastic shavers with two tongues, the blades are metal clad method to increase sharpness, increase durability, resist corrosion and create a comfortable feeling for users.

-The flexible joint design between the cutter head and the handle can slide easily according to the face shape, clean the beard and beard root parts on the surface without hurting the skin.

-Unique and sturdy design.

-The handle is made of high-quality, sturdy plastic, and the medium length combined with pressing along the handle helps limit slippage when shaving




  1. Wash your face or wash the area where you want to shave/hair.Rinsing your skin will help remove excess oil and dead skin cells that can interfere with your shaving process or irritate your shaved skin, while also significantly reducing your hair loss. count the amount of bacteria that can cause an infection. Rinsing the skin also helps to moisturize the part of the beard/hair that is about to be shaved, making them softer and easier to shave.
  • Use warm water to rinse your skin before shaving. The warm water will help soften the hair follicles and open the pores, allowing you to get a cleaner shave.
  • You should shave aftershowering. If you usually shave in the morning, shaving after showering will give your beard time to absorb the moisture in the shower and help the shaving process go more smoothly.


  1. Apply a lubricating product to a wet face, shaving cream will be the ideal choice.

You should not directly use the razor on the skin. The razor should never come into direct contact with the skin without any lubricant acting as an intermediary. Otherwise, the blade will drag on your skin instead of sliding gently across the surface of the skin.

  • Apply shaving cream (or gel) all over your face. Shaving cream helps soften the beard and moisturizes the skin, but if you’re in a hurry, you can also shave with hair conditioner or even with soap (only if you’re really in a hurry).
  • If you use a shaving brushto foam the shaving cream, put a small amount of cream the size of a dime into a coffee cup, bowl, or other type of object. Wet the shaving brush with cold water. Put the brush in the bowl to stir the shaving cream in a circular motion. Add water if needed, stirring the shaving cream to form a smooth lather. This process can take about 2-3 minutes. Use the shaving brush to apply the cream to the face in a circular motion, repeating several times for the entire face.


  1. Leave shaving cream on skin for 1-2 minutes.If you can leave the cream on for a few minutes before you start shaving, you will notice a difference. Shaving cream will moisturize your beard, making them softer and wetter.



  1. Razor Hold the razor properly.Hold the razor with your index finger extended to the tip of the handle, resting the tip of the razor flat on your skin. You must raise the handle at an angle of about 30 degrees.
  • The frame of the razor is supported by a spring to keep it flat on the curves of the face, to start shaving you should raise the handle high enough to apply a fair amount of pressure. spring.
  • Pull the handle of the knife to slide over the skin to conduct a shave. You don’t have to press hard; Pressing hard or scraping horizontally can cause you to cut into the skin. Try to move the razor over the surface of the skin as gently as possible.
  • With practice, you’ll gradually learn how to position the razor, how to move the razor across your skin, and lift the razor at the end of a smooth shave. Rolling razors similar to “Headblade” can help you maintain the right shaving angle in hard-to-reach areas.


  1. Shave in the right direction: On the first shave, always remember to shave in the direction of beard growth. This usually means shaving down, but not always. Shaving in the opposite direction (shaving against the direction of the beard growth) will give you a closer shave, but it is also prone to irritation and results in the most cuts. If your skin tends to break out or swell, or you often experience ingrown hairs, or if you simply notice that your face is too beautiful to be scratched, you should Shave in the direction of beard growth. Here are a few things to remember when shaving:
  • If your beard is quite thick because you haven’t shaved in a long time, trim it before shaving. Razors are easier to use only for beards that grow after a day or two rather than a month or two.
  • Everyone has a different type of beard. If you are unsure about the direction of your beard growth, stop shaving for a few days and observe the angle of your beard growth. Hair in different parts of your face can grow at different angles. This means you’ll need to move your razor around your face and shave in different directions in order to be able to go in the direction of your beard growth.
  • You may need to shave a few times. When you shave in the forward direction, you will notice that you cannot shave as much beard as when you shave in the opposite direction. (Also, you’ll also find that you don’t bleed as much.) It’s perfectly normal to shave once, then apply another layer of shaving foam, and shave again. It won’t make you any less manly – or less feminine.
  • For a cleaner (and safer) shave, on the second shave, try to move the razor horizontally. If your beard is growing downward, shave from left to right (or right to left). This will give you a cleaner shave without irritating your skin as much as when you shave against the direction of hair growth.
  • Some people shave in four different directions. This method will give you a closer shave because clear hairs in the same place can grow in different directions.
  1. Regularly dip your razor in warm water to remove any hair stuck in the blade.

You’ll want to keep the blade you’re using as clean and unclogging as possible. Whenever you think dirt may have accumulated between the blades, dip the razor and stir the razor in the water. You can add soap to the water for extra smoothness (this can make the water scum, but it will help prevent the blade from building up minerals that cause scratches and often become dry after use.) ).

  1. Stretch your skin as often as you can

You don’t really need to stretch your skin too much, but if your skin is sagging, it will help form a flat, firm surface for the razor to move on easily. skin.

  • For example, if you’re shaving under your arms, raise your arms as high as you can so that the skin underneath your arms is stretched. Multi-blade razors have wavy lines or, better yet, rubber lines on the tip that will help stretch your skin before you shave.
  • The skin below the jawline is the most troublesome area for many men because it is often covered. When you shave in this area, stretch the skin at your cheekbones so that the skin just below your jawline is pulled upwards. Then proceed to shave in the direction of beard growth.


  1. Do not use force when shaving

You should not press hard or create pressure on the razor. If you need to do this, your razor is not sharp enough. A sharp razor will be able to easily remove the beard in a position that is flat with the skin.

  • Pressing the razor against your skin can help you get rid of the hair a little deeper, but it also gives the blade a chance to come into contact with the sensitive skin that covers the hair follicles.
  • Pressing hard on the knife will also only cause the blunt blade to drag on the hair, not cut it off. Instead, you should use a light force to guide the razor along the skin. Keep the razor as flat on the skin as possible so the sharp blade doesn’t scrape deeper into the skin than necessary.



  1. If you have time, wash your face after shaving with warm water and an exfoliating cleanser.
  • Washing your face after shaving will help you remove dead cells that accumulate on the skin during the shaving process.
  • Exfoliating cleansers that contain tea tree or witch hazel are great for you, as they help protect against breakouts and soothe irritated skin.


  1. If you have time, wash your face after shaving with warm water and an exfoliating cleanser.
  • Washing your face after shaving will help you remove dead cells that accumulate on the skin during the shaving process.
  • Exfoliating cleansers that contain tea tree or witch hazel would be great for you, as they help protect against breakouts and soothe irritated skin.


  1. Blot dry skin and moisturize skin.

Scrubbing with a towel is not recommended as this can irritate freshly shaved skin. Apply a generous amount of moisturizer free of fragrances and other irritants (for example, baby oil) to your skin if your face is fairly dry. Never use deodorants, antiperspirants, perfumes, or any other product that will burn freshly shaved skin.

  • You can apply aftershave lotion to your face as a soothing agent or perfume to soothe your skin. If you use aftershave and it causes your skin to burn, this means you have irritated the area during the shaving process. Next time, remember to be extra careful when shaving in this area.


  1. Rinse, clean, and dry the razor blade after shaving.Removes any dirt that adheres to the razor during shaving. This will help you prevent impurities and minerals present in the water from accumulating on the blade causing dullness. Stainless steel blades can oxidize to some extent when exposed to water. You can slow down oxidation by drying the blade dry after use. You can also ‘sharpen’ your jeans by rubbing the blade in the opposite direction of the razor blade’s sharp position for about 10 or 20 times; This method will help dry and polish the front of the blades and make them last longer.



  • Don’t be in a hurry. Stay calm and do it the right way.
  • If you want to shave more than one area of ​​your body, start with the area with the least amount of hair and the softest part. This will give you more time to soak and soften the stiff bristles.
  • Remember to mix the shaving foam with plenty of water (as long as the shaving foam doesn’t run loose), otherwise the dry foam will cause the razor to “stagnate” and won’t help soften your beard to the extent you want it to. .
  • The hemostatic pen is a fairly inexpensive device that you can find to stop bleeding when it is cut into the skin.
  • If you are still young, ask your parents for help.
  • Make sure you shave in the correct position.
  • Do not press the knife too hard, or you will get hurt!
  • When using a razor to shave, do not shave horizontally.
  • Safety razors or folding razors will give you a closer shave, but using them requires more skill than disposable razors, multi-blade razors, and electronic razor.

Storage: Keep in a dry place.

Close the lid after use, keep out of reach of children.


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