Adam’s apple trouble

Discussion in 'Shave School' started by Matador, Sep 14, 2018.

  1. Matador

    Matador New Member

    Hi folks I’m curious what kind of technique you used around this particular area, since is my Achilles’ tendon I would like to hear your experience (if Adam’s apple apply to you).
    For me is easier when I shave with a Straight razor than when I shave with DE or SE (I can maneuver more easily around the area).
    I usually stretch my skin on different ways but still not enough to get a “SMOOTH” feeling pass.
    So I need a little help more towards DE/SE use.
    Anyways let me know your thoughts.
    Happy Friday


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  2. Arnout

    Arnout Well-Known Member

    With agressive blades I Stretch and shave on one side of the adams apple, then slide the shaved skin over the apple and shave the next part.
    First with, after against the grain.
    I hardly use 3 passes.

    With most blades just streching is enough.
     
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  3. MntnMan62

    MntnMan62 Well-Known Member

    This! I'll add that I am extremely careful and I use zero pressure. It takes days for nicks on my adams apple to heal.
     
  4. Terry Williams

    Terry Williams Well-Known Member

    What I do is to push the skin to the side of my Adam's Apple where it is flatter. Once to the right and once to the left. That way I'm not shaving over the bump.
     
  5. Matador

    Matador New Member

    Ok I believe Dave nailed it check this out guys:

    If you swallow and hold the muscle contraction the Adam's apple rises higher in your neck and sinks down so it's not protruding leaving a flat area to shave.

    Thanks Dave!


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  6. jtface

    jtface Well-Known Member

    Stretch skin to left, shave left.
    Stretch skin to right, shave right.
    Don't ever shave straight over the blighter.
     
  7. Arnout

    Arnout Well-Known Member

    Nice, first time i heard that neat trick!

    Never to old to learn!!
     

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