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Our climate may be on the colder side but it’s not the ice age, gents… an excessive amount of body hair isn’t necessary. Unless you’ve been living under a rock, you may have come across the term ‘manscaping’ while checking for trimming tips. Aside from making your body sound like an expanse of overgrown land, all it really means is taking pride in and care of your body hair. So, if your chest is looking a little wild and you wanna give manscaping a try, we’ve got an easy grooming routine that’ll help you stay on top of it.

Prep

To avoid patchy pecs, make sure you prep your chest hair properly. Use a fine-toothed comb, such as the Superdrug Tail Comb, to brush the hair in its direction of growth – this’ll give you a neater finish.

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Trim

Use the BaByliss For Men Acublade Lithium Multi-Trimmer to trim chest hair to your desired length. This is a great tool with lots of guards to choose from. Go one guard lower to give hair a more faded appearance around the edges.

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Tidy

You wouldn’t pair a nice shirt with trackies, so don’t let a well-trimmed chest be thrown off by a hairy snail-trail leading to your manhood. Use a low guard to tidy up your belly hair. Once you’re done, dust off any trimmed hairs.

Hydrate

Complete this process by moisturising and hydrating your skin. Superdrug Vitamin E All Over Body Cream absorbs easily, and the vitamin E will give your skin a good boost after shaving.

Vitamin E Superdrug Vitamin E All Over Body Cream 475ml £2.99 Buy Now