One of the advantages of wet shaving - for your skin - is that it cleans your face while shaving and also exfoliates (microscopically removes the surface layer.). What you see is the result of 1) too much pressure, and 2) insufficient post-shave care. The same thing would happen with a blade if you just shaved with a pre-shave and no soap or water. It's just as important to treat you face after a shave as before - if you shave dry with an electric (or even with a pre-shave), you need to wash your face afterwards and apply an astringent like witch hazel or a good aftershave. Not everyone does, but you do. An electric may not be for you, but the same skin care principles apply. Your skin is loaded with bacteria (even the cleanest of us), and shaving gives them access to the base of hair follicles, which can cause breakouts like yours. You need to lighten your touch, with blade or electric, and give your face extra care before and after shaving. Looking at the photos, you might benefit from just daily cleansing (without shaving) for a week or so, then start back with a mild (Tech range) blade (without an ATG pass) and a good post-shave regimen like alumn/witch hazel and a mild aftershave like Speick or La Toja. Good luck!