Steam Face Spa

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Hi guys

I’ve been using hot towels each time I shave. I like the relaxing effect of it (I spend my lunch break on it in the middle of a work from home evening shift).

I saw one of those face steam spa things in my local Lidl supermarket and couldn’t walk past it for 14 pounds.



I’m not due to shave until tomorrow, as I had a great shave last night with an ATG final pass and I’m feeling too smooth today to need to.

If I shave tomorrow or the next day it’ll be with the above for prep, some pre shave oil and TOBS sandalwood with the yaqi brush you folks kindly recommended. I’ll reply here on how it goes.

The only drawback to this machine that I can see is it’s slightly more awkward to let it at your neck. But I think that can be worked around.
 
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Hi guys

I’ve been using hot towels each time I shave. I like the relaxing effect of it (I spend my lunch break on it in the middle of a work from home evening shift).

I saw one of those face steam spa things in my local Lidl supermarket and couldn’t walk past it for 14 pounds.



I’m not due to shave until tomorrow, as I had a great shave last night with an ATG final pass and I’m feeling too smooth today to need to.

If I shave tomorrow or the next day it’ll be with the above for prep, some pre shave oil and TOBS sandalwood with the yaqi brush you folks kindly recommended. I’ll reply here on how it goes.

The only drawback to this machine that I can see is it’s slightly more awkward to let it at your neck. But I think that can be worked around.
I once had a barber shop shave while on holiday in Turkey, and they used a steam generator contraption to waft the steam towards my face pre shave.
I'm not sure it made any difference, but for 5 Turkish Lira for over an hour in the chair I wasn't complaining !
 
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