Whenever you shave in the morning or even at night, you always seem to get those razor bumps even though you have spent money on those high-end razors and staying on top of changing them. But you still end up with a shaving rash or razor bumps. Let us see how we can prevent them.
- You should always shave in the direction that the hair grows.
- Make sure that the skin is wet before shaving
- Always moisturize after shaving
- Ensure that your razor blades are always sharp
- Find a gentle cleanser if you have sensitive skin
So, what are razor bumps and shaving rashes exactly? They are both a form of irritation that results from the friction of the blade against the skin. If you have sensitive skin the repetitive motion of it can cause the skin to become irritated. Razor bumps are essentially miniature ingrown hairs in which have become inflamed and with the hair pushing back into the follicle which is due to the swelling that has occurred.
Razor bumps and shaving rashes can be very annoying so with these 5 tips above you can make sure that you can prevent them from your morning routine.