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It sounds as though you’ve got a
case of either razor burn or razor bumps.
If you notice more burning than
itching, you may have razor burn. First, make sure that the shaving gel or
cream you are using is not irritating your skin. Slather it on a test spot and
let it soak in for a few minutes before rinsing. If your skin is red or
irritated, stop using it. Next, check to ensure that your razor blade is clean
and sharp. Dull and dirty blades can irritate your skin. Replace your blade
frequently for the closest, comfiest shave. Still feelin’ the burn? Try
soothing irritation with a li’l aloe vera.
If you find that your legs itch
more than they burn, you may have some razor bumps. Razor bumps are caused by
ingrown hairs, which are hairs that dig back into the skin instead of growing
outwards. You can help prevent them by regularly exfoliating your skin in the
shower using a body scrub. While multi-blade razors are the most effective for
a smooth shave, if you are consistently seeing the bumps, you may want to
switch to a single-blade razor, which is more effective at preventing ingrown
hairs. At bedtime, use a
moisturizing lotion to reduce itching. You may want to opt for a fragrance-free
lotion to avoid any irritation.
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BY KATHRYN SHOFER ON 2/16/2012 4:02:00 PM
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Hey yesterday I noticed bumps under my eyebrowas almost like freckles today people kept pointing them out to me . I might go see a dermatologist if it doesn't go away but do you think you know what it is and how I can make them go away
It could be blackheads/clogged pores or ingrown hairs. I think your best bet is to take a trip to the dermatologist though. Jordan S.
by Juliacar on 3/12/2012 5:04:42 PM
I shave my arm pits and i started to get these bumps. I poped one of them and it turned red and burned when my clothing rubed against it. What do I do!!
by puppies11 on 3/3/2012 6:09:32 PM
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I have this weird bruise on my leg. Its been there a long time now. Are there any tricks on how to remove it??
Hey dramagurl2222, cocoa butter and neosporin may help in lessing the appearance of it. Also try hitting up the aisles in Rite-Aid and CVS for some scar ointment that helps with getting rid of bruises. Hope this helps! Xoxo
by dramagal2222 on 2/29/2012 6:41:29 PM
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Hi! i have stretch marks on my hips, and when i was trying on my bikini, i noticed that my bottoms don't cover them up. does cocoa butter work for this? what should i use?
Yes, cocoa butter should help diminish them over time. If it does not, you can always try a Vitamin E treatment by using either Vitamin E oil or A&E cremes. Jordan S.
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