Getting Rid Of Your Movember Stache 101

With Movember rapidly moving towards completion, having a full face of fuzz may not be ideal for the holiday season. Or maybe you like that kind of thing, we don’t judge. If you want to know your epilation options, however, Vv Magazine’s Philip Mak has put together a list of the top Movember shaving and grooming tools for you to get started on your smoothness…

As November draws to a close, men across the world are beginning to once again dream of a life without itchy, awkward facial hair. Movember has been in full swing for the past month, encouraging lads to grow out their beards to raise funds and awareness in support of male-related health causes including prostate cancer, testicular cancer, and mental illness. To date, over 4 million moustaches have been grown and $574 million raised to aid over 800 programs in 21 different countries. Pretty great, right?

“Come December, the Santa Claus look may not be everybody’s aesthetic”

That said, come December, the Santa Claus look may not be everybody’s aesthetic. Given the cold, dry climates we endure rotating between the outdoors and hyper-heated offices, shaving can become a painful, ugly process. In-grown hairs, redness, irritation, and bleeding are commonplace and uncomfortable if the epilation routine is done incorrectly. Not so great, right?

To help you get hairless for the holidays, we have rounded up our favourite Movember shaving products so that you are just as beautiful on the outside as you are charitable on the inside. FYI, ladies, these are also the perfect gifts and stocking stuffers for your boyfriends, husbands, dads, and brothers.

Like this post-Movember shaving story? Check out Philip Mak’s story on the weird lengths men will go to for a full beard: Face The Facts: Beard Implants and Weaves Are a Thing.

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Philip Mak

Philip Mak

A recent import to Toronto from Montreal, Philip Mak is V.v Magazine's fashion editor while also an unabashed pop culture and social media junkie. Follow his (sometimes wildly inappropriate) twitter at @PhilipMMak.
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