Hope you all are doing well. A couple of weeks back I attended a Bloggers Meet organized by Gillette where they introduced us to the Gillette Venus razors range and organized an interactive panel discussion with the stunning actress Kriti Sanon along with renowned aesthetic physician Dr. Rashmi Shetty and make-up artist Namrata Soni to educate and bust myths around shaving.
During the panel discussion, the techniques of shaving were discussed and the panel vouched for shaving being one of the most hassle free and painless methods of female hair removal.
Sharing her knowledge, Dr. Rashmi Shetty said, “I am pleased to be part of this educative session, where I can interact with the audience and break the age old myths around shaving for women. Many of whom I have interacted with believe that shaving will make their skin become darker or that their hair would grow faster and thicker which is why they refrain from it.
However, in reality hair growth is determined by one’s genetic and hormonal makeup. I am confident that from platforms like these we will be able to bust such myths and impart knowledge about how shaving doesn’t cause any harm to the skin.”
About Gillette Venus
A revolutionary product, Gillette Venus gives an ultra-close shave for a smoother skin with its three curve hugging blades feature. Its contour non-slip handle is designed especially for women for great grip and control even in wet and soapy environments.
Venus razors also have an indicator lubricator strip with Aloe and Vitamin E which fade when you are no longer getting the optimal Venus experience. Satin Care shave gel when used along with Gillette Venus helps women look fantastic for important occasions and make them feel confident.
I have always preferred waxing over shaving, and have recently also undergone Laser Hair Removal for my under arms and upper lips area. But after the panel shared the various benefits of Shaving, I have decided to take the #SubscribeToSmooth - 1month challenge with Gillette Venus and would now be using it for a month to see and feel the difference.