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14 Dec 2015
Long before the invention of razors, people found they can use two shells much like tweezers,to grip and take out hairs, while others struggled having a roughly sharpened oral appliance water. As knowledge advanced and copper tools were introduced around 3,000 BC , improved razors made from copper were invented. Next came �Alexander the Great� who demanded his army shave, so enemies cannot gain an advantage by grabbing his soldiers� beards much more combat. Alexander ruled within the 4th century B.C, and is particularly rumored to have preferred the greater tidy �Shaved� look for himself.
Fortunately mens shavers have since been created and developed. The...