It’s time to step up to modern times and switch to an electric shaver to get the close shaver in just a fraction of the time Many people are reluctant to make the switch because they believe that electric shavers just can’t deliver the same level of shave a manual shaver can, but that’s no longer true. A good electric razor can give you a shave so close, you’ll never know the difference.

There are numerous brands and models on the market today, so numerous that it can be quite daunting for the average consumer. What brand is good? What features do I need? The decision can be quite difficult if you haven’t done your homework ahead of time There are the additional considerations of what kind of skin do you have, how long is your facial hair, is it thin or thick, etc.. So many things to consider it could drive a man mad. A bit of research online will quickly help you out though.

Start with a few reviews; see which shavers have been recommended often. Move on to customer feedback, hearing back from people like you and me, finding out about their experiences with the shaver can be all the help in the world when choosing an best electric shaver. Customer reviews are often every good way of judging how satisfied people are with their razor. You can find an electric shaver that has beautiful reviews, but if the customer feedback is poor, you want to stay away. Customers tend to be very eager to post about a product they have negative feelings about though, so keep that in mind as well

When you’re looking for a razor, there are a number of questions you want to ask yourself in order to better understand what it is you’re looking for in an electric shaver. Questions such as, how much money am I looking to spend on a shaver? Elo !want to shave in the shower? In that case, consider a wet/dry shaver. How much precision do I need, if you’re just looking to keep your face clear, vs. maintaining every precise goatee, this can sway your decision considerably. Look for add-ons that can help you in that department. All these questions influence which shaver you get and at what price point.

Types with regards to Gender

Variety should not confuse you in choosing a good electric shaver The first factor you need to ensure is to determine that the razor is fit for your gender A man’s electric shaver is different from a women’s. Men’s shavers are designed to shave your face skin where beard and mustache are tough and coarse. Women’s shavers are for underarm and legs, where hairs are fine and soft.

Since the hair on face and neck is tougher and coarser, a shaver requires a more powerful motor for a clean cut. Men’s shavers reasonably cost more than women’s shavers, which are structured for soft and less coarsehair on legs and underarm. Electric shavers are distinguished by their types: foil razors and rotary razors.

As the shaver heads work on the areas for shaving, the skin is rolled to make the hair stand on its end. A good electric shaver cuts the hair on different contours on men’s face and women’s underarm and legs. The foils conceal the spinning wheels on the outer edge as the hair enters the foil via mesh.

Author's Bio: 

My name is Elaine and I'm a self proclaimed "do it yourself addict". I am the mother of the best 11 year old boy ever and my husband's not too shabby either