How to Groom Body Hair? (Steps and Guide )

What do you like, an adequately groomed body or a hairy one? I prefer the groomed one, even though most guys may not admit it; grooming body hair can be essential to looking and feeling good about yourself. So, How to groom body hair?

As someone who’s been professionally groomed before, proper shaving and trimming can go a long way in how you look, feel confident, and ultimately carry yourself throughout your day. Here’s how to groom body hair like a pro.

How to Groom Body Hair Like a Pro? 

Decide What You Want? Decide if you want your hair long, short, or somewhere in the middle. Longer hair is more work, but it will probably grow faster. Short hair is easier to maintain but will grow slower. And medium-length hair will take some time and patience, but it’ll give you the best of both worlds.  

If you’re having trouble deciding what length is right for you, ask yourself these questions: What length do I want my body hair? How much time can I afford to spend on this? What length would look best with my outfit?

Choose the Right Tools

It’s essential to use the right tools for your body hair type. If you have coarse hair, you’ll want to use a Gillette Venus Embrace razor with Olay Moisture Bars. Try the Gillette Venus Swirl razor with Olay Moisture Bars for finer hair. 

Use the best quality products available for your skin and hair type. Your tool should be comfortable in your hand and allow you to maneuver easily over your body. Change blades often and use shaving gel or cream. Rinse the blade often to keep it clean. Apply moisturizer after shaving to reduce any redness that might result from shaving.

Prep Your Skin

Skin is the largest organ in our body and needs to be cared for like any other. One of the first steps in grooming your body hair should be prepping your skin. You can add an exfoliant to your routine or use a loofah on dry skin before showering. 

Remember, it’s important not to scrub too hard when exfoliating because you want to avoid irritating sensitive skin and causing redness. Be sure to moisturize with unscented lotion after drying off from the shower. Rub lotion over your arms and legs, especially on your knees, ankles, elbows, and feet.


Shaving is the most common form of hair removal. It’s quick, easy, and inexpensive. It’s also the cheapest way to remove hair. Razors come in many styles, including disposable razors, double-edged safety razors, and straight-edge razors. 

Disposable razors typically have four blades, while double-edged safety razors feature two blades that you can repeatedly use by replacing the blade when it becomes dull. 

Straight-edge razors are suitable for shaving sensitive areas around your bikini line or underarms because they cut at an angle instead of straight down like other razors. Use a good moisturizing lotion after you shave to prevent dry skin and ingrown hairs.


First, decide what area you want to trim. It will be chest, stomach, and back hair for most guys. If you’re feeling brave and want to go all out, trim your arms and legs too. If not, try just using scissors or an electric trimmer

Your second option is shaving with an electric razor like the Philips Norelco Multigroom 7100. It has four attachments:

  • A beard and stubble comb
  • Body groomer
  • Nose, ear & detail trimmer
  • T-blade head for trimming around sensitive areas

It also comes with three combs to keep your shave even from close up to long-range distances.


Moisturizing the skin under and around hair follicles is essential to help keep the skin soft. The type of moisturizer you use depends on your skin’s needs: whether it needs hydration or protection, as well as how sensitive it is. 

You can also use an oil-free moisturizer that contains silicone, petrolatum, lanolin, and mineral oil for protection. In addition, there is dimethicone for extra hydration and protection.

How do you groom chest and stomach hair?

You can easily groom your chest and stomach hair with the help of a razor, shaving cream, and moisturizer. 

  • Try using your fingers to brush away any hair sticking out before you shave it off. 
  • You’ll want to apply the moisturizer first, then shave with short strokes in the direction that the hair is growing. 
  • Rinse the razor in water after each stroke.
  • Ensure to press down only a little on your skin while shaving.

Benefits of Shaving Body Hair Male 

Shaving body hair may seem a no-brainer, but you may have yet to consider some surprising benefits. For example, when you shave your body hair regularly, you’ll be able to see any tattoos or skin markings that the hair would otherwise conceal. 

Plus, it’s much easier to apply lotions and oils when there’s less hair on the surface of your skin.

Lastly, shaving can make you more aware of changes in your appearance: When the hair starts growing back in, you might notice new bumps and moles that weren’t there before.

4 Necessary Tools in Grooming Kit

What does the Grooming kit have?


A grooming kit should always have a trimmer, which you can use for trimming and shaping the beard, sideburns, and mustache. The best choice is an electric trimmer with interchangeable heads because they’re more versatile and easier to clean than manual models.


To get an ultra-close shave, you’ll need shaving cream or gel and a razor. Double-edge safety razors are popular, but single-blade razors are also good options, though they take some skill to use correctly.

Post-Shave Treatment/ Aftershave

After you shave, apply lotion (or aftershave if you prefer) to moisturize your skin and protect against irritation. Applying the lotion will help lock in moisture from the shower so that your skin doesn’t dry out during the day. 

We recommend using a moisturizer like CeraVe PM Facial Moisturizing Lotion for sensitive skin with SPF 30. It’s fragrance-free, non-comedogenic, and gentle enough for even sensitive skin!

Styling Products

Many hair styling products are on the market today designed to keep hair looking sleek and shiny. Look for creams, gels, and waxes that contain ingredients like shea butter, jojoba oil, or olive oil to nourish your locks. 


Whether you’re just getting started with body hair grooming or you’re an old pro, there are some things that every man needs in their grooming kit. What do you need in your grooming kit? A good razor is essential, whether an electric razor or a manual razor. Shaving cream and moisturizer can help keep skin healthy and reduce irritation from shaving. A good pair of tweezers is also helpful for shaping brows and removing ingrown hairs. Finally, invest in clippers if you have long hairs on your chest, arms, legs, or back that require trimming down body hair.

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