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Craig the Barber Tweet about not using the ingredient alcohol on the skin.

Alcohol as a drink. But, definitely not on your face.

Did you know that hikers apply rubbing alcohol to their feet and guitar players to their fingers, to harden their skin? What a great idea if it makes hiking and guitar playing easier!

I’m not convinced; however, that the benefits have the same value when applied to the face. Sure, as a last resort it can disinfect a cut, but there are so many less painful options… right?

Effects of alcohol on the face can include:

    • Painful burning
    • Darkened skin
Post Shave:  Never (Ever) Skip This Step - Burke Avenue by Craig the Barber

Post Shave: Never (Ever) Skip This Step

Here's why! It's an important step to keeping your face looking good and feeling great. It ranks just as high as shaving with a shave creamand you know how important that is, right?
After-shave/post-shave products can be found in...
The Spring Shave - Burke Avenue by Craig the Barber

The Spring Shave

If you’re one of those guys that likes to give your face a break from shaving during the colder days, it can definitely make the Spring transition a sensitive one. Here’s how to make your first shave the best of many for the warmer days ahead!

 

Step1 - The Removal – first remove the bulk of the beard before even thinking about putting a razor to your face… An inexpensive pair of trimmers or clippers will do

Burke Avenue's Hyperpigmentation Solution - Burke Avenue by Craig the Barber

Burke Avenue's Hyperpigmentation Solution

Burke Avenue's Moisturizing Shave Cream addresses the darkening of the skin from shaving (hyperpigmentation) with the natural ingredients of Lemon Peel Oil & Geranium Oil.
Does Shaving Make Your Skin Darker? - Burke Avenue by Craig the Barber

Is Shaving Making Your Skin Appear Darker?

A good shave can reveal a lot. A clean face, the shape of your jaw… and for some darkened skin. If you have noticed darker skin on your face from shaving it isn't just the lighting… it is indeed a "real thing" that may actually be happening to you!

Let's start with WHY it's happening:

The aggressive nature of shaving, whether it's with a razor or...