While perhaps not the most efficient method of long-term hair removal, shaving your chest can be a quick (and pain free) way of keeping your body hair under control and highlighting all the hard work you’ve been putting in under the barbell. However, going about it in the wrong way can result in a rash or unsightly bumps that are less Baywatch and more BAE, don’t look.
Shaving your torso is not hard to do properly but it is easy to get wrong. Here’s how to get things off your chest in the correct manner.
Do not, under any circumstances, attempt to shave long chest hair with a wet razor. Instead, using an electric razor, (the kind you’d trim your beard with) clipper your chest hair down to a short stubble. Anything longer will clog the razor and pull when you’re wet shaving, which is a) painful and b) can result in spots. And put a towel down first to catch the hair.