Plus, that preemptive skin care will reduce your risk of getting razor bumps the next time you shave down there. Mix a couple of drops of the oil in a few tablespoons of warm water, then use a cotton ball to apply onto affected areas or make a compress and leave it on for about ten minutes. It is a truth universally acknowledged that when it comes to razor bumps, bikini razor bumps are the most uncomfortable—and the most common. They make an oil, a stubble creamand an ingrown concentrate that has a little scrubber for your finger in case you get an ingrown hair. Apply a small amount of cream to help reduce razor bumps. Simply wet the tea bag and press it against the affected skin to reduce redness and swelling. Read on to get all of your razor burn questions answered by the pros, including a dermatologist and a celebrity makeup artist the latter of which works with a slew of male stars, too, so she knows the hazards or razor burn all too well!
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How to Get Rid of Razor Bumps (Especially With a Beach Honeymoon on the Way)
Mix a couple of drops of the oil in a few tablespoons of warm water, then use a cotton ball to apply onto affected areas or make a compress and leave it on for about ten minutes. Lemon juice is naturally acidic and so helps to stop bacteria from colonizing ingrown hair follicles. This is one area in which you don't want to risk it! Limit of 5 items reached. Using a single-blade razorin combination with a high quality pre-shave oil and after-shave lotion, can be the best way to help reduce razor bumps and improve your shave overall. Its powerful combo of glycolic, salicylic, and lactic acids will reduce inflammation, kill bacteria, and exfoliate the skin yes, ingrown-hair prevention right there.