To Shave or Not to Shave?
In the United States, most men and women shave various parts of their body. Men, of course, shave their faces. Women shave their legs, armpits, and any other areas they so desire. While shaving, you not only spend time actually doing it, but you also spend money on razors and some type of shaving cream, and if you’re not using natural shaving cream, you could also be exposing yourself to toxins. Think about all the time and money you could save if you didn’t shave as often or quit shaving altogether!
Warning: image below may be offensive to some, and not safe for work.
What do you think of this image? Does it turn your stomach? or do you think she looks happy, radiant, and healthy?
Space out your shaving by a day or so and see all of the resources you’d be saving.
1. Time. I don’t know about you, but when I shave in the shower it adds on a good 5 minutes. If I skip shaving one morning, that’s 5 more minutes I get to spend in my warm and toasty bed!
2. Water. That extra 5 minutes of time in the shower equates to roughly 20 gallons of water. Wow! That’s a lot of water!
3. Money. You’d have to replace your razors less, and you wouldn’t need to use as much shaving cream. Score!
4. Exposure to toxins. Less shaving=less shaving cream usage=less toxins going in your body and our water supply. Awesome.
How often do you shave? Could you space out your shaving?