If a person wonders ‘does a body trimmer make a difference?’, then the individual has probably never tried one. A body trimmer, in fact, makes all the difference in the world for someone with sensitive skin.
Most men who like to shave their body hair find that the first couple times they do it are hit or miss. They can develop a razor burn or ingrown hair simply because the razor is new, or because their skin isn’t used to being shaved in that area.
The same goes for women who shave their legs with a razor for the first time. It can be very smooth, but the area can also be cut, bumpy, and agitated at first.
This is why a body trimmer makes a difference. The hair does not need to be wet for the trimmer to work. In fact, it should be dry. And the trimmer glides along the surface of the skin, just removing the tops of the hair.
There is no need for irritating shaving cream and no blunt razors that need to directly touch the skin’s surface.
One thing that people complain about with a trimmer is that the cut is not close enough. This can be a problem in the leg area if one wants to appear hair free. However, a trimmer can be a perfect alternative for men that want to keep the allusion that there is a little hair there, just not a whole lot. The men can even use a guard to just trim the hair to a certain length rather than cutting it all off.
The nice thing about a trimmer is that it doesn’t cause the hair to grow back stubbly if it is not used directly on the skin. This is nice for men who don’t want dark hairs growing back on their chest and arms. It is also great for women that want to achieve the same allusion with their arm hairs.
A body trimmer is a wonderful way to trim unwanted body hair. It has some advantages over shaving, but is not always a substitute for it.