Frequently Asked Questions

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A: Since the reaction is occurring on your trunk and doesn’t coincide with the use of your skincare products, it’s possible that a particular shirt or sweater is to blame. Certain fabrics – including wool and certain synthetic blends – can cause uncomfortable skin reactions for sensitive skin.

A: Definitely. There are lots of soap-free alternatives that come in the form of a bar. Many are made of milk, mud or other nourishing ingredients that effectively cleanse without stripping away your skin’s essential oils. Try one of the following cleansing bars: ZIRH Body Bar - Cleansing Alpha Hydroxy Body Bar, Erno Laszlo Sea Mud Deep Cleansing Bar or Thalgo Micronized Marine Algae Cleansing Bar.

A: Definitely. There are lots of soap-free alternatives that come in the form of a bar. Many are made of milk, mud or other nourishing ingredients that effectively cleanse without stripping away your skin’s essential oils. Try one of the following cleansing bars: ZIRH Body Bar - Cleansing Alpha Hydroxy Body Bar, Erno Laszlo Sea Mud Deep Cleansing Bar or Thalgo Micronized Marine Algae Cleansing Bar.

A: A smart skincare regimen will take you places when it comes to looking your best at work. The easiest way to begin is to look for a complete starter kit – which will include the basic essentials for daily grooming. Anthony Logistics Essentials Starter Kit is a great choice, featuring a facial cleanser, shaving cream, hair and body wash, facial moisturizer and lip balm.

A: Nailing down a specific lifespan for your razor blade really depends on your hair type and your razor blade. According to Glamour blog Lipstick, most people change their razor blades about every month or so but you may need to change your sooner if it stops working as effectively. When it comes to razors, it’s better to toss it and be safe than leave it and risk razor burn or an infection.

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