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Soothe (and Prevent) Razor Burn When You Shave
Soothe (and Prevent) Razor Burn When You Shave

With the coldest period of the year drawing nearer, and a significant number of us investing substantially more energy at home than we did pre-COVID, it's conceivable that you may be, we should simply say, shaving less frequently. And keeping in mind that we're in support of keeping it normal, this can really introduce a twofold edged blade at whatever point you do choose to pick that razor back up: Skin that is gotten more touchy to an edge and importantly, somewhat more inclined to razor consume.

To help make it a smoother experience — quip proposed — we took advantage of the expertise of three skin specialists. Beneath, you'll locate dermatologists' top tips for calming the sting of razor consume, just as how to forestall it in any case.

Rethink your shaving method

First of all: anticipation. Fortunately there are a lot of dermatologist-maneuvered tips to join into your shaving schedule that can help forestall razor consume from creating.

Some significant things not to do: shaving on dry skin, utilizing a dull razor, or shaving contrary to what would be expected. All things being equal, apply a shaving gel or cream onto wet skin (or, in case you're out, a saturating body wash) and utilize a perfect, sharp cutting edge to shave in delicate strokes that follow the course of hair development.

Moreover, you should attempt to wash your edge after each swipe and supplant your razor head routinely. "I suggest changing out extremely sharp edges when they begin to get dull," Birnbaum says. This can occur around seven to 10 uses, contingent upon how much region of skin you are shaving. In the event that you have delicate skin or are commonly more inclined to razor consume, change them out much more every now and again.

Applying soothing Lotion

Essentially, "lotions help keep up our skin boundary through various instruments," Birnbaum says, which is the reason "an ideal lotion incorporates a blend of these fixings." 

Utilize these skin-calming fixings

Two over-the-counter, skin-mitigating effective fixings that dermatologists suggest most for razor consume are aloe vera and colloidal cereal. The previous, however more frequently promoted for its after-sun skin health management benefits, can likewise help mitigate the sting of a razor. "Aloe vera can quiet the aggravation related with razor consume and improve redness and disturbance

Try hydrocortisone

"Over-the-counter, 1 percent hydrocortisone cream cuts down the inflammation [associated with razor burn] and can even reduce its developing if you apply it immediately after shaving," Waldorf says. Doing so is a prudent preventative measure if you have sensitive or dry skin, are extra prone to razor burn, or you feel as though you've simply shaved with too rough a hand.

APA Reference
REBECCA DANCER (2020, October 26). SOOTHE THE BURN, How to Soothe (and Prevent) Razor Burn When You Shave, Experts say the irritation, bumps, and redness are all avoidable. Retrieved on 2020, October 26 from

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Sayesha Patil Saturday, October 31, 2020
Great initiative!
Priyanka Parikh Saturday, October 31, 2020
Couldn't have been happier about this razor like topic. Wonderful

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