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Im very into beauty and make up and hair...i have a wonderful fiance who makes me feel good about myself, and a CHARMING baby boy...who looks nothing like me but everything like his daddy... I love being a mom....i wouldnt trade it for anything....even if that means not having as much time and money More saduisahduiash dsau

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pretty_fla_girl asked:

30 Jun 2009

How can i stop getting those annoying red bumps on my legs after i shave?

I use a sensitive shaving gel and a venus razor? I dont use the same razor for anything else and still i get those darn bumps!!!!!!! any help?



barbipixi says:

Posted on 01 Jul 2009

you can try to just shave in the same direction as the hair instead of against the grain

but the best trick it to rub baby oil on your legs then shave, it's super soft and moisturizes your skin


samigore says:

Posted on 01 Jul 2009

apply lotion be4 u shave then after =]


amynthis says:

Posted on 01 Jul 2009

In addition to shaving with the grain and using a lotion...I've also read that using hair conditioner is a good shave lotion/cream--but I haven't tried it.


ctl888 says:

Posted on 01 Jul 2009

After you shave... use Tend Skin. It will prevent the red razor bumps. It works well.


amaay says:

Posted on 01 Jul 2009

-add the following ingredients together: three drops glycerin, one quarter of a cup of warm water and two crushed aspirin tablets. stir until the aspirins disolve. use a cotton ball to apply the mixture to your skin and wait for it to soothe your irritated skin.

-crush two uncoated aspirins; let it dissolve in warm water. rub the runny paste on the newly shaved areas. let it stay for five minutes. wash this off with warm water.

-cut a leaf off an aloe vera plant, and open it wide. squeeze the gel out, and apply this on your razor burned skin. let the gel dry on your skin. (:

-add one or all three of the following essential oils: lavender, which has healing properties, chamomile to stop the inflammation and tea tree an effective antiseptic. together all three will soothe your irritated skin. a dermatologist should be consulted if conditions worsen. (;


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