Razor bumps making you uncomfortable? These remedies will give you smooth supple skin instantly

Razor bumps occur in parts of the body that fold and where the hair is more brittle that causes itchiness and uneasiness. Here are some simple ways to get rid of them.
Beauty,smooth skin,razor bumps,shavingRazor bumps making you uncomfortable? These remedies will give you smooth supple skin instantly
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Being a girl is not easy. There are multiple beauty standards to live up to. We need to ensure our face is well-groomed, clothes are appropriate and most of all worry about the hair on our bodies. Waxing is a painful means to get rid of hair, which is why many women use razors. But even with this, razor burns are a massive problem and can cause uneasiness. It happens to the best of us. Razor bumps usually form when the skin becomes inflamed due to hair which gets curled beneath the skin. Burns also happen in places where hair grows the thickest. 

The worst part though, is that these bumps can last for upto two weeks and cause uneasiness while also making shaving a never ending battle for those who shave frequently. 

Some of the hassle-free ways to get rid of razor bumps include:

- Apply a mask

Take a mixture of half a cup of cucumber puree and 1/4 cup of milk and apply it on the skin where there are a lot of razor bumps for around 15-20 minutes. This is sure to reduce the redness and irritation. 

- Don't wear synthetic 

Synthetic materials don't allow the skin to breathe. It also traps the bacteria and sweat in the skin and only makes the razor bumps worse instead wear cotton or breathable fabric. 

- Use aloe vera

Aloe vera is an excellent disinfectant and coolant. It will help reduce the redness, irritation and uneasiness being caused by razor burns. But ensure the aloe vera being used is organic and has no chemicals mixed in it or else it could cause more rashes. 

- Don't shave for 2-3 days

Give your razor bumps a chance to heal and go away on their own. If you absolutely must get rid of the hair, opt for a rica waxing session and alternate between the two to complete avoid razor burns. 

- Change your razor blade

Do you remember the last time you changed your razor blade? If you can't, it has been too long. Ensure the blade you are using is sharp and clean so you can shave off the hair witout any irritation. When you are done, ensure you don't leave the razor in the shower as the dampness can cause bacteria and mold on it. 

- Don't pick at the bumps

Don't rub the skin where there are bumps and don't try to pick at the ingrown hair. This will lead the skin to crack open and also make it prone to infections. Instead, just let it be, and the bumps will face away on their own. 

- Shave in the shower

The moisture in the air will soften the brittle hair and make it easier to cut off, with the blade. 

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Don’t shave. Period. It will ruin your skin

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