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RonnieC

beard trimmer?

IME, quality varies widely. When my first trimmer died, I bought

some name brand (Vidal Sassoon?) product and it was just

lousy. I don't know if the blades were too short/dull/slow or

what, but you could just go and go and never get it all.

Sometimes it would even pull my hair. Youch. Gave up after

a week with that, dug my old one out of the trash to verify

the brand, and then bought a new Norelco. I'll stick with them

in the future.

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Man, I've used a beard trimmer since I was a senior in highschool. Graduated '07 lol...

A beard trimmer is amazing if don't wanna irriate that area of your face shaving. When I first tried shaving, my skin was all bumpy and felt extremely smooth, and I didn't like it. So for years, like I said, since HS, I used a beard trimmer. Just go to Amazon and look for a Wahl beard trimmer. You'll thanks me. I have extremely clear and healthy skin where my beard is, but just above it, my skin is clogged and has little bubble like bumps all around, going towards the front of my face. They're not noticable for others, but I know they're there. But anyway, it's definetly a good idea, only thing for me is, my beard grows pretty high and far into my cheeks, so I have little hairs under my eyes that bother the shit out of me, so recently, I've been shaving around my beard every few days with some kind of Vitamin A+E razors, but really hasn't changed that part of my skin much. Who knows...

Give the trimmer a try.

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Yep I use the one on the end of the wilkinson sword razor lol. Works fairly well, I still get some spots if im not careful, but over all it means I dont have to bother with all this hot/cold water/ shaving cream and moisturizer. It all just irritates even more.

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i think i look best with stubble, so i've used a trimmer for the past year or so. i like it, and plus it helps because the only place i have to use the blade on is my neck, so it saves time and possible irritation.

you might want to check it out. i use the Shick Quatro Titanium Trimmer, because it has a trimmer on one end and a razor on the other, but i'm sure there are many other great ones out there.

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Definitely prefer a beard trimmer over a razor or anything else. Used to always get cuts and burns from razor shaving. Once you switch to a great, high quality beard trimmer with hypo-allergenic blades you will see the difference. I recommend the Norelco QT4070 or the Panasonic Milano if you have super sensitive skin as solid options.

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I've used one for as long as I can remember. I actually used a razor for the first time in years yesterday and my scarring looked absolutely awful with no stubble to cover it

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On 4/20/2015 at 8:10 AM, determinedtowin said:

I've used one for as long as I can remember. I actually used a razor for the first time in years yesterday and my scarring looked absolutely awful with no stubble to cover it

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Definitely prefer a beard trimmer over a razor or anything else. Used to always get cuts and burns from razor shaving. once you use bread trimmer. I recommend the Norelco QT4070 .

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Norelco One Blade is a life saver. Looks like a real shave but without the irritation. Just a really close trimmer. Awesome.

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You should pick a beard trimmer that is powered by a battery. It reduces your dependence on a power socket and is quite mobile. Additionally, most cordless and battery-powered trimmers can work underwater. This further adds to the convenience of using them. For those of you who prefer this type of beard trimmer, ensure you select one which has an extended battery life.

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