Women can thank the Roaring ’20s for the cultural norm of leg shaving. The trend moved in with higher hemlines, and gained momentum during World War II. Today, shaving is as routine as a morning coffee — and a wide variety of razors line pharmacy aisles.
But shaving isn’t always easy. There are nicks, burns and ingrown hairs — not to mention the time it takes to do it. So we asked Dr. Mona Mofid, a board-certified dermatologist affiliated with Sharp Community Medical Group, to help take the “ouch” out of shaving.
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