Ever wondered if there is a way on How one could shave down there without getting red bumps?
If I could shave down there without getting red bumps and some, I swear to god I would do that. Unfortunately, every time I shave, I seem not to be successful in preventing razor bumps down there!
I have used depilotories, ordinary shaving sticks and wax shaving in there too… unfortunately, regardless of what you use for shaving, unless you are following proper guidelines for shaving intimate hair down there, better tips and guides shared in this post, then you may as well avoid post shaving bumps and razor rash down there.
I got to admit, I have had my own share of unheard of guides and have been given weird tips about preventing razor bumps down there.
But… even soaking in the tub for at least 5 minutes to soften the skin and pubic hair before shaving has not worked!
So, ladies, if you have some special shaving cream for razor bumps, now its time to share because what seems to work for me is only when I Apply this shaving cream or gel with aloe vera I got from Amazon.
Except that with this laptop lifestyle, I am in a third world country for the next three months, with no Amazon deliveries here, things are getting really bushy here!
And am not just about to feel like a plucked chicken every week when I groom her!
These past few weeks, I have survived by using this other soothing agent which claims to have been made for women, and the instructions are that you apply over all the areas you plan to shave. Where I do not seem to like their intimate shaving cream is that they want you to use a new razor…
Am a freak who will get red down there after shaving with a razor, it’s as if I have been tomatofied even if I used the so-called “bikini” razor – I have never used a dull blade let alone re-use, yet I still can not prevent razor bumps on my pubic area!
So, How Do You Stop A Shaving Rash?
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Well, it turns out that if you want to stop a shaving rash, there are some really cool and easy ways to prevent red bumps down there, and here is how to stop a shaving rash down there:
- Exfoliate, then rub the area with baby oil before you shave to soften the hair and skin.
- Shave using a men’s razor (one with four blades) and men’s moisturizing shaving cream.
- Dab some Ingrown Hair Solution on the skin after you shave to kill bacteria and close your pores.
How do you treat shaving rash on the pubic area?
If you have been unlucky, and are experiencing severe to mild itching or skin irritation after shaving down there, here is how to treat a shaving rash on the pubic area:
- Apply 1 percent hydrocortisone twice even three times per day.
- Avoid shaving for two months.
Those Razor shaving burns will only go away unless you start using a soothing cream or gel once you shave down there. Luckily, using aloe vera to soothe sensitive skin and help alleviate the pain down there works like magic.
And, if you have shaving Bumps, the likelihood of developing folliculitis of the pubic area is quite high.
You should, therefore, take a warm bath with tea tree oil, and see finish your daily routine with application of a benzoyl peroxide acne cream, making sure to stay away from the folds of the vag as sweating while you are out and about can cause a stinging sensation when the cream touches the intimates folds. If the shaving rash persists, seek help from your doctor. Especially if the bumps don’t clear up after one week.
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