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A clinical study showed a significant reduction in the incidence of razor bumps over 12 weeks

Results from an investigator-blinded 12 week study of men with at least a 2-year history of mild to moderate razor bumps showed a significant reduction in the occurrence of razor bumps and a significant improvement in all QOL endpoints.

  • 60% REDUCTION IN THE OCCURRENCE OF PAPULES AT 12 WEEKS
  • SIGNIFICANT IMPROVEMENT IN SKIN APPEARANCE
  • SIGNIFICANT IMPROVEMENT IN QUALITY OF LIFE

Meaningful results demonstrated at four (20%) and eight weeks (57%)

SHAVING AND PSEUDOFOLLICULITIS BARBAE (PFB) - Clinical Summary

The evidence demonstrated that shaving with a razor designed for sensitive skin can significantly reduce the incidence of razor bumps and improve self-confidence. In conclusion, for men with sensitive skin, the razor can make all the difference.

PFB Clinical Study

MALE ADOLESCENT SKIN AND SHAVING: NEW INSIGHTS AND EXPERT ADVICE REPORT ON ADOLESCENT SHAVING

85% OF ADOLESCENT MALES REPORTED PROBLEMS WHEN FIRST SHAVING

When adolescents first started shaving the most common challenges they faced were:

  • 32% SKIN
    IRRITATION
  • 30% NICKS
    AND CUTS
  • 30% SKIN FEELING
    BURNING OR
    STINGING

MALE ADOLESCENT SKIN AND SHAVING REPORT

The Male Adolescent Skin and Shaving Report was conducted to support and encourage males during puberty with accessible shaving advice to help them care for delicate skin that may be prone to irritation and acne (pimples).

The Report offers 5 SIMPLE STEPS to guide the adolescent shaver. It also showed that GILLETTE SKINGUARD was overwhelmingly preferred vs. a normal razor by adolescents with acne.

MALE ADOLESCENT SKIN AND SHAVING REPORT