Welcome to: Hair Removal
A quick inventory of my home shows much more Tupperware than Ziploc, a reusable water bottle rather than several plastic bottles and even bamboo bedding that reduces my trips to the washing machine. But when I walk in my bathroom, even with all of my low-flow fixtures, I grimace at the sight of my recycling nemesis…the disposable razor.
Razor bumps are also known as pseudofolliculitis barbae technically which are actually ingrown hair that is the growth of the hair back into the skin. This condition of the growth of hair may be the result of number of things but one main and common reason for this condition may be the shaving. Due to blade-shaving hair is cut at such an angel that it becomes sharp and sometimes grow back into the skin leading to bumps. There may be other reasons also like stretching skin during shaving, usage of a dull blade, improper use of razor etc. due to razor bumps, not only skin gets irritated but sometimes it is very painful also.
Proper shaving techniques, quality products and post-shaving skin care can help you look and feel your best.
To minimize the pain, numb the eyebrow area first either with a baby’s teething pain preparation or numbing toothache preparation or even a little ice.
Here’s a recipe a friend gave me for that new aussie nads product you can make this at home for a lot cheaper.