Staphylococcus aureus bacteria. Razors and infections. Shaving your body and pubic hair without razor bumps, ingrown hairs or redness
I used to use an electric razor, but did not get a smooth shave. My skin was often red and irritated. A razor blade and Razoli was a huge improvement on this. Fast, smooth and no irritation.Bart Maes
Staphylococcus aureus is a gram-positive bacterium that could infect your skin when shaving. When you shave your pubic area it can be sensitive to the staphylococcus aureus bacteria.
Rashes, irritated skin, razor bumps or itchiness after shaving – the common and frustrating results of shaving. On the one hand these things often happen when you use a blunt or dirty razor, when you shave in the wrong direction, if the products you use are wrong and cheap and, last but not least, due to chemicals in the shaving soap, foam and other shaving products that can irritate your skin. As a result the skin could become infected and you could suffer from inflammation. But on the other hand, the bacteria Staphylococcus aureus also plays a very important role.
The staphylococcus aureus bacteria are very common on both human and animal skin. If the bacteria gets into the skin through shaving or other cuts, its toxins could cause Staph infections on your skin or cuts. Used razors can also contain Staphylococcus aureus bacteria. They are a common problem during surgery.
Coconut oil in Razoli shaving oil breaks down the staphylococcus bacteria, neutralising infections, razor bumps and skin irritations
Gram-positive bacteria have a layer of fat that protects them from and makes them impermeable to alcohol. Some types of staphylococcus aureus bacteria are already resistant to some antibiotics. Fortunately, nature provides us with all the cures we need. It has been scientifically demonstrated that coconut oil can protect the skin in its war on gram-positive bacteria such as staphylococcus aureus. Coconut oil contains many antiseptic fatty acids such as lauric acid, which is converted in the body to monolauric acid. A range of tests have shown that monolauric acid can break down the protective fatty layer of gram-positive bacteria and effectively neutralise the bacteria. That means the staphylococcus aureus bacteria will be unable to infect cuts, and you’ll no longer suffer razor bumps or skin irritation when shaving.
Say goodbye to infections, skin redness, razor bumps and irritation. You’ll look forward to shaving your legs and pubic hair. The coconut oil and essential oils in Razoli shaving oil eliminates staphylococcus bacteria.
Razoli shaving oil for women contains coconut oil, which is enhanced by the essential oils. The essential or ethereal oils, extracted from oranges, mandarins, cardamom, sandalwood and vetiver, also have antibacterial and antiseptic properties that repair existing infections and prevent new ones. For shaving minus skin irritations, redness or razor bumps. For a perfect bikini line, soft legs and well-kept armpits.
Hair removal cream, permanent hair removal, waxing, shaving with shaving foam, shaving with shaving soap – all will benefit from Razoli shaving oil as an aftershave.
Say goodbye to razor bumps, infections, skin irritation and redness when you use Razoli shaving oil as aftershave. Eliminate staphylococcus aureus bacteria. Sensitive skin is protected after waxing, permanent epilation, or after using hair removal cream thanks to the antiseptic properties of the coconut oil and the essential oils in Razoli.
- A smooth shave with no irritation, rash or redness
- 3 in 1: shaving cream, moisturizer and aftershave
- Immediately nourishes and calms the skin
- The razor blade glides fast and smoothly over the skin without cuts