OM Shaving Jelly is perfect for anyone who wants to shave and go. It is a super advanced shaving lubricant that is applied with your hands. It quickly absorbs into the hair and skin make them softer and easier to shave.
OM Shaving Jelly is made with meadowfoam oil, a humectant that acts as a fast lubricant that gives great razor glide and reduces tugging and pulling. The jelly locks in the moisture on your face and offers superb razor glide.
Meadowfoam Seed Oil Benefits:
- Moisturizes the skin
- Rejuvenates and adds shine to hair
- Ultra-violet protection (sunscreen applications)
- Non-greasy feeling, soaks into the skin easily
- Reduces wrinkles and signs of aging
- Adheres well to the skin
Containing 94% organic ingredients (including orange, lemon and cranberry), OM Shaving Jelly is packed with antioxidants. The lemon also adds a bit of an anti-bacterial element, which will help prevent skin breakouts. The combination of those (plus aloe and a ton of other awesome ingredients) means that OM Shaving Jelly offers a very clean formulation for your face.
In order to get the best results with OM Shaving Jelly, UOMO’s Steven Bailey recommends anywhere between 8-10 dollops should be used. But Steven also adds that drier skin types may have to play with the amounts a little, because – as he puts it – “the drier your face, the more you will need.”
“If you have a drier face, you may (also) want to apply a moisturizer afterwards,” Steven suggests further.
OM Shaving Jelly is actually quite good at locking in moisture, though. So what you may want to do is apply something like the OM Cucumber Lotion and then “lock it in” with the shaving jelly. That’s a little trick that’ll seal in the moisture and help combat dryness.
The versatility of OM Shaving Jelly is worth looking at as well. It can be used as a pre-shave to sooth your facial hair, and the compact size of the bottle means you can bring it along with you during travel. That means that you can leave your brush and soap at home – and packing light is always an added bonus when you’re travelling.