Can I use Manscaped in the shower?

Manscaped in the shower

Yes, you can use Manscaped in the shower. The Lawn Mower is designed for use in the shower and features a waterproof design that ensures it can be left in your shower daily without worry. With its ceramic blade head and diamond textured no-slip grip, Manscaped trimmer makes grooming quick and easy, even when you’re in the shower.

The Lawn Mower is designed for use in the shower.

A few unique features on Manscaped groomer make it more waterproof than the average “shower-safe” trimmer on the market.

Ceramic blade

The most important factor of a waterproof trimmer is the blade. Even if a trimmer’s shell prevents water from entering, rust can still form on stainless steel blades since they typically have attachments or hardware made of metal (like pesky screws). The Manscaped uses a ceramic blade head to avoid this issue altogether. Ceramics isn’t susceptible to rusting like metal is.

No slipping grip

Another great feature of this product is the grip. Although it has diamond texturing, it’s still easy to handle, even when covered in water and soap. And you don’t have to worry about dropping it when you’re in an awkward position trying to groom your backside. Your trimmer will be secure in your hands, meaning less risk of slipping and dropping it in the shower.

LED Spotlight

With a powerful LED spotlight (4000k), you’ll be able to see clearly no matter how dark your shower is, so you can comfortably trim in the dark if necessary.

Overall, Manscaped trimmer is an excellent choice if you’re looking for a waterproof grooming tool that allows you to take care of your grooming needs easily and comfortably, even while showering.

How to use the Manscaped trimmer in the shower

Keep your feet shoulder-width apart while in the shower.

You are in the shower but don’t have to run the water.

Remember that your hair will appear longer when wet than dry, so if you get a trim while wet and then let your hair air-dry, the length might turn out differently than you initially wanted. A dry trim is often more accurate because it allows you to see the actual size of your hair.

Gently hold the Manscaped trimmer in your dominant hand and trim your pubic hair in smooth, even strokes. Avoid using too much pressure or over the same area multiple times to avoid irritation.

Now is the time to wash away any hair stuck to your body and cleanse your hair and skin.

After you exit the shower and dry off, it’s time to put the finishing touches. For this routine, you’ll need Crop Preserver ball deodorant and Crop Reviver ball toner.

Crop Preserver

is a unique gel that goes on dry. It keeps your nuts moisturized and deodorized at the same time. The deodorizing factor eliminates excessive sweating and prevents you from smelling bad.

Crop Reviver

Crop Reviver is like fertilizer for your body. It makes you feel more awake and refreshed. It can be used as part of your post-shaving male grooming routine whenever you need to freshen up.

Be sure to sterilize the trimmer regularly and clean your skin after shaving to prevent irritation or infection.

If you have sensitive skin, it’s a good idea to test Manscaped’s trimmer on a small area of your body before using it in more sensitive areas like the pubic region. With proper care and use, Manscaped’s trimmer can help you achieve a clean and smooth pubic area while minimizing irritation or discomfort.

Pros of using Manscaped in the shower

  • Convenient: Manscaped’s trimmer is designed for use in the shower, making it easy and convenient to trim your pubic hair while in the shower.
  • Effective: Manscaped’s trimmer features a waterproof design with a ceramic blade head and diamond-textured no-slip grip, allowing you to quickly and effectively trim your pubic hair without worry.
  • Saves time: The shower is the easiest place to clean up after grooming, even when you’re pressed for time.

Cons of using Manscaped in the shower

  • Risk of slipping: Manscaped’s trimmer features a diamond-textured grip, but it can be slippery in the shower.
  • Clogged drain: The hair in your drain can clog your shower.

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Nick Davis

Nick Davis is a lead Product tester at ShaverGuru. His passion for helping people flows through in the expert reviews he provides. Previously he has been in consumer products industry for 10+ years.

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