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The itchiness you’re experiencing—and the redness that comes
with scratching—it totally typical. After you shave down there, even if it’s
just a tiny area, the follicles become super itchy when the hair starts to grow
back in. That’s why you’re scratchin’ up
Shaving with shaving gel or cream instead of soap or body
wash can help cut down on the itchiness. After you’ve shaved, pat the area dry
with a clean towel, then apply an antibiotic ointment like Neosporin, or sponge
off the area with a cotton ball dipped in milk. These tried-‘n’-true tricks are
like gold when it comes to killing the itch!
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