How To Prevent And Treat Razor Bumps

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Shaving is one of the most popular methods of removing unwanted body hairs. However, it is associated with a problem, especially if the process is not done properly. Razor bumps is an after effect of improper shaving using a razor blade. Although the razor blade can give you the smoothest shave possible, it is also the blade with the highest chances of developing razor bumps. This article will be showing you some tips that will help you prevent razor bumps after shaving.

Shaving with the help of a razor blade is not as messy as shaving powder, but improper shaving using this tool can give you razor bumps. Once razor bumps are developed, you need to let the hair grow for a while before taking further actions. Let it rest for 3 to 4 days, because further action to resolve this problem will only irritate your skin, and could further worsen the case. You should also avoid picking or squeezing the bumps, because doing so will only worsen the bumps, and will make it harder to treat.

After 3 to 4 days, you can apply infant diaper cream over the infected area. It works best for razor bumps, and you can also use this cream whenever you feel that an area is prone to developing razor bumps. You can also use antibiotics to treat razor bumps. This is the best and easiest way to treat razor bumps once they started to develop.

We all know that prevention is better than cure, so you also need to know how to prevent razor bumps from developing. Razor blades should be razor sharp when you are using it. Always remember that dull blades are the most common cause of razor bumps, and you need to change your razor blades every now and then. This will help you have a smoother shave, which will prevent razor bumps from developing.
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This article was published on 2011/01/27