Just launched this month, the Art of Shaving’s Power Brush is the first clinically tested brush of its kind that’s specifically designed to combat razor bumps and ingrown hairs. So basically, all other shaving systems on the market right now were not put through intense real-life testing. “Not every company tests their products, you know,” dermatologist Dr. Jared Jagdeo said at the launch of The Art of Shaving’s Power Brush system launch event on Thursday. “They make product and then they sell that product based on marketing as opposed to actual clinical outcomes. I want to applaud The Art of Shaving for actually testing the products in a clinical environment and doing this study.”
Men with coarse, curly hair, and about 70 percent of the African-American male population deal with razor bumps. “A razor bump essentially is just when hair gets trapped under the skin and it causes inflammation and can lead to scarring,” Jagdeo said. “This Power Brush is clinically tested to release 85% of those trapped hairs.”
The brush was created to become a part of the entire shaving routine. Before shaving, apply the pre-shave gel onto the beard, and massage it in with the brush for two full minutes. The brush comes with three different speeds that you could use based on your own preference. Finally, move directly into applying shaving cream for the actual shave. Using the shaving cream along with the Power Brush system hydrates the hair to soften it, and also protects the skin.
The testing results of this brush, used along with the pre-shave gel, showed a 69% reduction of razor bumps over a three month period, so if razor bumps are an issue for you, or someone in your life, be sure to visit theartofshaving.com and order the Art of Shaving Power Brush.