Say “Goodbye!” to Shaving Cuts with Glyder’s Styptic Balm

Kara Richards —  July 28, 2017

Let’s face it. Cutting yourself while shaving is almost too easy; your razor is dull, you’re in a hurry, maybe you only used water instead of shave gel. Cuts and nicks happen, and they’re totally unsightly.

Instead of covering up your accident with a small band-aid and hoping no one notices, Glyder’s Styptic Balm for Men will stop the bleeding fast, and let you proceed as usual in your daily routine.

Glyder’s Styptic Balm is a relatively new product that heals cuts and nicks that result from shaving. It comes in an eye-pleasing black paper packaging, which looks very nice, making you feel good about the product and look forward to using it.

 

Inside the packaging, you will find a nice-looking tube with styptic balm inside. It almost looks like chap stick, but it has a waterproof cap which keeps the balm clean and dry until you apply it.


It is effortless to use. You wash your face, wet the tip of the balm, and dab the tip of the balm directly on your cut. You may feel a very minor sting, but your bleeding will stop in a matter of seconds.

 

How does this all work? Glyder’s Styptic Balm is made out of a bonding chemical called styptics. Styptics are antihemorrhagics, meaning that they promote hemostasis, or stopping a bleed. Styptics have been used for centuries, as they were popular in 19th-century barbershops to quickly heal any cuts caused by the exceedingly sharp razor. Since then, shaving has become easier, and razors are so much more elite, making it harder to cut yourself. However, when your blade goes dull, you don’t have shave cream, or maybe you’re just in a hurry, cuts do happen.

Instead of worrying about covering up or stopping a bleed all day long, use Glyder’s Styptic Balm for Men to make life easier.

 

Interested in giving Glyder a shot? Check out their website at https://glyder.io/.

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