Get an electric or battery operated shaver use that first then use the razor
are you always using shaving cream and do you use a 5 blade razor that is good? My husband says a dull razor may hurt a little more but he is less likely to cut his face with a dull razor. You might just have to really sensitive thin skin though.
Get a quality razor. I prefer three blades, any more and they get clogged up with hair, less and it's pointless. Quality over quantity. They're expensive, but f*** those cheap disposable ones. Use a shave gel, not that cheap ass shaving cream. Take long sure strokes. Not repeated small scrapping. Long stroke, rinse and repeat.
You need some good shaving cream, a sharp, but small razor, and patience.
Move slowly, and against your hair's natural direction so that you finish with the least amount of strokes. Do not press down at all against your skin. Just place the blade very gently on top of the skin, and barely skim the top. When you have finished. Apply after-shave, and all will be good on your now shaven face...
What type of razor do you use? I get minor cuts and red marks but that is partialy my fault for the way I use it lol. Just get a good razor and make sure the blades are good because if they are not you are going to get cuts and red marks easier
Don't always use a "new" razor blade, use your old one until it's dull. A already used one will rarely cut your face than a new one! or you could just go with a shavingmachine, that doesn't cut and your face is shaved to.. no use of shavingfoam or cream or ... , I would suggest a lot of steam, hot water and a gentle firm stroke with your razorblade and if you feel any cutting just stop and try it again.
The main thing is to always use sharp razor blades, and it helps a lot if you shave right after showering. I don't see any point to the fancy shaving gels etc - the little blue strip on the razor provides more than enough lubrication on its own.