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sarahbeisick123 asked:

15 Feb 2011

My legs have these weird bumps & their not shaving bumps, what are they & how can i get rid of them?

Okay, I have these weird red bumps all over my legs, and their always really itchy, and I know their not shaving bumps because I've tried every shaving cream i can find and it doesn't change anything. I have very sensitive skin, and honestly I think their really gross. I use moisturizer and stuff but it doesn't help at all. They LOOK like shaving bumps, their red and puffy and come in groups on different parts of my legs. They're totally not sexy, AT ALL, any tips on how I can get rid of them? Please!

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icare_hawaii

icare_hawaii says:

Posted on 04 Mar 2011

use safeguard soap and see if this antibacterial soap will help clear your bumps on the leg. if not, a simple soap called sulfur soap can take out almost any skin problem from pimples, fungus, psoriasis, etc... they have it at the pharmacy, or in the internet.. another thing, you can try applying baby powder at night on your skin. try for at least a week or one month to see the difference.

tonibaloni97

tonibaloni97 says:

Posted on 17 Feb 2011

do not use moisturizer!! that's probably what's causing the bumps. that happened to me. i shaved and then put on cream, and got itchy, red bumps. it was because i didn't use enough shaving cream when shaving. stop using moisturizer and try to use ,more shaving cream and see how tjay goes

loveablecannibalmuffin

loveablecannibalmuffin says:

Posted on 15 Feb 2011

did you try exfoliating before shaving? that might help.

jod_mets

jod_mets says:

Posted on 15 Feb 2011

Have you tried exfoliating. If you're that worried about them.. why not go to your doctor and see if he can recommend any cream for them. Maybe it's eczema? Definitely have it checked out. In the mean time try to moisturize! Vaseline comes in handy for that.

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