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sliq asked:

01 Sep 2010

razorr burrns :/

so i hate bikini waxing cus it hurts so much !

but then i started shaving and now i have razor burns.. how do i get riiid of them faaassstt!!!??? please & thank u :)

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jod_mets

jod_mets says:

Posted on 01 Sep 2010

I have the exact problem too. Except the bumps are very red and they hurt when I walk, and don't even get me started on the in-grown hairs! I have such coarse hair & not only that.... its very dark. Man shaving SUCKS! There's a new product called "Bikini Zone" its a creme that you put on right after shaving. Its alright. It'll relieve the pain for awhile, and it made me a little more comfortable in my bikini bottoms.. less redness & less ingrown hairs! (Put it on + once times a day)



I find that if my razor is TOO new I don't get the best shave. I don't know if its just me. Also, there's a great shaving creme (its men though,) it helps me A LOT on my bikini area its by "Balea" its for sensitive skin. Make sure you're shaving the right way too!



Hope that helps xo

sena95

sena95 says:

Posted on 01 Sep 2010

To treat a Razor burn effectively you may use several items like witch hazel or mild salicyclic acid solutions. Even use of cold water may get you some relief. But the best practice is to apply a gel or a cream having aloe vera content. It will really smoothen and soften your skin and the burning affects will soon disappear. Especially, use of such lotion or gel on dry patches on the skin will be very effective. There are certain aftershaves those are specially designed to prevent or heal Razor burns.To treat a Razor burn effectively you may use several items like witch hazel or mild salicyclic acid solutions. Even use of cold water may get you some relief. But the best practice is to apply a gel or a cream having aloe vera content. It will really smoothen and soften your skin and the burning affects will soon disappear. Especially, use of such lotion or gel on dry patches on the skin will be very effective. There are certain aftershaves those are specially designed to prevent or heal Razor burns. I hope this will help your problem :D

barbipixi

barbipixi says:

Posted on 03 Sep 2010

and i know how to help keep them from coming back



next time put baby oil on the area before you shave

i would suggest using a disposable razor i don't do the most expensive ones but i don't do the cheapest either just something with a double blade works great

and if it seems still a bit rough going against the grain (bottom to top of leg) then go around from top to bottom in the direction of the hair growth

ahroarah

ahroarah says:

Posted on 07 Sep 2010

Exfoliate before you wax too! It really helps! And try using a gel shaving cream.

sliq

sliq says:

Posted on 01 Sep 2010

omg thank u so much that really helped ! :D

sliq

sliq says:

Posted on 02 Sep 2010

oh yeah ! ingrown hairs ! !

what do you do about those nasty things ??!! :P

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