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Natural Razor Bump Remedies

Natural Razor Bump Remedies

Natural Razor Bump Remedies

One of the daily rituals for men is the morning shave. There's just something so refreshing about scraping off the stubble that has grown overnight, not to mention leaving a smooth surface that many ladies love. Similarly ladies often shave other areas daily.

We're all aware of the potential unwanted byproducts of shaving on a regular basis, which is the occurrence of razor bumps and ingrown hairs and razor bump solutions can be very hard to come by. 

Razor bumps are those irritating, and often painful, red bumps on the skin that occur when the strands of hair curl back on themselves and grow into the skin. Ingrown hairs not only mar your complexion as you're getting ready to begin your day, but it can also lead to permanent scarring.

Many men and women become resigned to living with ingrown hairs and razor bumps as they assume that it's something that can't really be changed. This assumption is wrong in that there are ways to help reduce the occurrence of razor bumps and keep your skin healthy and vibrant. 

Some argue over which blade to use, single or multi, but the real trick in helping prevent the breakout of razor bumps is to use products that feature ingredients known to be quite beneficial to one's skin's health. Here are some ingredients that you should look for in shaving products to combat the scourge of ingrown hair and razor bumps.

Here, we suggest some natural ingredients you can use as a remedy for a razor bumps. Each of these ingredients has its own special healing and proven ability to help with your razor bumps.

Camellia Oil

Camellia oil is also known as tea seed oil and has been used for centuries for skin and hair health. In the case of treating razor bumps and ingrown hair, camellia oil is essential. It is an incredible moisturizer and superb antioxidant, making it extremely useful in keeping your face healthy. Camellia oil also has anti-inflammatory properties, which can help your skin from breaking out after shaving. Learn more about the exclusive item weaved into each of our products here so you too can Fall In Love With Camellia Oil

HOT Towel

You can take a towel and momentarily soak in hot water and then gently press it against your skin. The heat opens the pores, which then allows some of the trapped hairs to become free.

Lemon juice

Lemon juice’s naturally acidic properties help to stop bacteria from colonizing ingrown hair follicles. Apply lemon juice to razor bumps and irritated skin to help reduce inflammation and prevent infection




Arnica Oil

Arnica oil is derived from the daisy family of flowers. This oil has become increasingly popular in shaving products due to its anti-inflammatory properties. It's important to use anti-inflammatory shaving products to combat the occurrence of ingrown hair and razor bumps as they help promote the normal healing process of the skin, which is needed after shaving.

 Witch Hazel                                            

Another popular treatment for razor bumps is witch hazel. This natural remedy is an ideal moisturizer as it improves hydration to your outer layer of skin. A lot of quality shaving products use witch hazel as it is also anti-inflammatory and anti-bacterial. As you can see, a clear pattern is emerging when fighting against ingrown hair caused by shaving. Products that feature natural ingredients that moisturize and combat inflammation are what you should be looking for.




Aloe Vera

Aloe Vera is known for its versatile uses, it is a plant that is used for all kinds of treatments including Razor bumps. This form of irritation can be treated very fast with Aloe Vera gel. The healing power of this plant is known all over the world. Many people use this plant to treat inflammation and burns. When Aloe Vera gel is use to moisturizing skin it helps in speeding up the healing process. This Aloe Vera gel also helps in alleviating swelling and reducing burning sensation caused by razor bumps.




Razor Bump Prevention                                                                           

There are techniques and remedies that prevent razor bumps; you can read about some of the typical razor myths in our article Shaving Myth Demystified. One of the most important things you can do to prevent razor bumps is to, master your shaving technique, you can learn more about proper shaving methods using our step by step guide in our Customer Care section which has written and video instructions for your use and two, use the proper skin maintenance routines.

Bold Start Shaving System and Fresh Start Shaving System are the perfect systems that combines the natural ingredients above with a few other key ingredients to prevent those razor bumps from forming, the systems are razor bump solutions that are proven to be effective in prevention and treatment. Proper maintenance and shaving isn’t easy, and it will require a lot of practice in the beginning, but you will eventually get there and your skin will thank you for it! 

If you currently suffer with razor bumps, you can opt to use many our maintenance system to reduce redness and irritation, soothe the pain, detoxify and revitalize your skin. You can apply Post Shave Oil to your problematic skin areas and see results within a couple of days!

Razor bumps can stir the anger in any man or women enough to swear off shaving for good. But all hope is not lost. With the right methods and razor bump solutions you can help your sensitive skin to glow and eliminate razor bumps with ease. Unless you're willing to give up shaving entirely and look like a mountain man for the rest of your life, you're going to have to deal with the possibility of getting razor bumps due to ingrown hair. That's the bad news. The good news is that you don’t have to suffer with those pesky bumps anymore!

Be sure to check out the Bold Start Shaving System and Fresh Start Shaving System and good luck on your amazing appearance and smooth skin coming soon!!!

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