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Home Remedy For Razor Burn

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Razor burn is caused by an irritation of the skin when shaving with a razer. This creates excess friction that leads to razor burn. Other common causes include lack of sufficient skin lubrication and shaving against the "grain" of hair growth. Razor burn will appear as a mild rash. In severe cases, razor burn can also be accompanied by razor bumps, where the area around shaved hairs get raised red welts or infected pustules.

Razor burn is a common problem for men and woman, especially among those who shave coarse hairs on areas with sensitive skin (including the bikini line, underarms, chest, and beard). Home remedies are an effective way to deal with the problem of razor burn.

Some effective home remedies are:

Ingredients: Apple cider vinegar
Pat effected area with apple cider vinegar
Ingredients: Aspirin
Dissolve two uncoated aspirin in a little bit of warm water (make a thin runny paste). Apply to skin after shaving and wait about 30 seconds, then rinse with warm water. This home remedy really works!
Ingredients: Aloe Vera
A very effective home remedy for razor burn is Aloe Vera. Apply Aloe Vera to effected area. This will soothe the skin, reduce redness and help the healing process.
Ingredients: Witch Hazel
apply witch hazel to razor burn as needed.
Use a clean and sharp razor when shaving to prevent razor burn.
To prevent razer burn, always shave in the direction of your hair growth. and don’t pass the razor over the same area again and again.
A good remedy to help prevent razor burn is to shave in or immediately after a hot shower.

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