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shave

(shāv)
1. to cut at or parallel to the surface of the skin.
2. to remove the beard or other body hair by such a process.
3. to cut thin slices from or to cut into thin slices.
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is promoting three new shavers--LifeProof Shaver, Speed Shave and Smart Shave.
In effect, these employees were the company's sensory experts, tasked with judging the shaving experience and rating the double-edged blades for the shaving closeness (blade sharpness), comfort and overall quality of shave observations, such as: smoothness; any irritation of the skin (usually caused by a blunt blade or lack of PTFE coating); whether the blade started to cut on first stroke or not (breaking through the PTFE coating on the blade tip).
amp;nbsp;Dubin will continue to run Dollar Shave Club.
They also had the chance to listen to stories from Dove Go Shave ambassadors Saab Magalona, Dani Barretto, Patty Laurel, and Kelly Misa.
At age 9, he performed his first shave on one of his relatives and it was then that he knew he wanted to become a master barber.
Gillette's Iverson, meanwhile, expects a pickup in the shave prep category.
Women were asked to join the "Women Oppose Evening Stubble" movement by following the 'Shave or Crave' mandates if their men didn't shave
However, in his review of 600 patients who had shave biopsies at two surgical centers in 2006-2009, just 22% of patients had residual melanoma after the procedure, with tumor up-staging required in 2% and a wider margin excision in 1%.
The Philips NIVEA FOR MEN Shaver incorporates cutting-edge rings with a stretch and lift pattern that result in a close shave every time.
It still gives decent cover and makes for a reasonable shave.
Barc Cutting Up (Skin Saving) Shave Cream, $20, getbarc.
For many farmers during the dark days of the Great Depression, survival was a close shave indeed.