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I am sure that you have already been asked about this and answered it, but what is the best was to go about shaving around facial irregularities?
When I first started DE shaving my biggest concern was a large scar I have across my chin from a car accident. I had tried my father DE not long after the accident and managed to cut it up pretty good. I found out that that was just because of poor technique at the time.
Now that I have been DE shaving for a bit I can just glide over the scar with no problem, thing is I have another facial obstacle that I never worried about with my multi bladed razors, or the DE until recently. I have a mole, non cancerous, on my cheek just inside the edge of my beard. It isn’t a problem most of the time, but every now and then I catch it and being a mole it bleeds like a stuck pig.
Any suggestions on dealing with these facial imperfections? Not just my scar and mole, but ideas for anyone who may have similar problems.
I have a mole as well. Medically-speaking a cut mole isn’t harmful (other than bleeding like you said)–this from a physician on one of the shaving boards (SMF). My general advice has always been to make one swipe at it on your with-grain pass and avoid it for the rest of the shave.