I don’t know how to shave my balls. What’s the best way to shave my balls?. Tips for the most sensitive grooming issue of all…
If I had a pound for every time I get asked this question I’d probably be able to pay off the budget deficit in one fell swoop and still have enough money left over to buy Chelsea from Roman Abramovich. Seriously – ball shaving is a national obsession. So for all of you desperately in search of a ‘smooth set’ here’s my sage advice.
For starters, make the whole process easier by trimming hairs back a little with the help of a body hair trimmer, beard trimmer or – if you’ve a steady hand, nerves of steel or a pack of Beta Blockers handy – a pair of scissors. This will make the hairs much easier to shave with your razor. Sure, the makers of electric body groomers will tell you that their products can be used on your bits but in realitynothing beats a traditional wet razor for results.
To prepare your balls for the blade, start by splashing them with cold water (or use the showerhead). This will tighten the skin making the surface of your sack easier to shave. Then apply some shaving cream (chill slightly in the fridge and it’ll help keep things tight) and get shaving, using short gentle strokes. Rinse halfway though and you’ll be able to see the bits you’ve missed, then reapply some shaving cream and finish the job.
Then (and this is the fun bit) I’d suggest giving them a good old rub with a little aftershave balm (Clinique’s Post Shave Healer, £16.50 from cliniqueformen.co.ukis good as it’s soothing and unscented). Follow these simple instructions and your newly-smooth nuts will be the dog’s… well, you get the idea.