Quick question: Is there anything worse than those annoying bumps and ingrowns that appear on your bikini line after you shave?? I'm going to go ahead and answer that for you and say NOPE—they're the worst. But guess what? If shaving is your thing and it happens to be mine , that redness and irritation can be stopped.
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How to Prevent Razor Bumps & How to Get Rid of Razor Bumps
If your next waxing appointment was postponed until further notice, you could, of course, use the opportunity to go au naturale. But if you prefer to keep things down there a little more, um, manicured, a bikini trimmer is an essential hair removal tool to have in your beauty closet. But how does a trimmer differ from the razor you already keep in your shower? When trimming, you'll get best results read: no itchy, angry red razor burn or bumps , if you prep your skin and hair with warm water to soften, says Gurevich. And don't be afraid to go in any direction to get the desired look, says Gurevich. Unlike razors, you can use trimmers with or against the direction of growth. When done, rinse with warm water again and, once dry, apply a hydrating lotion or aloe vera gel to keep skin moisturized, she says.
How to Get Rid of Razor Bumps In The Bikini Area?
Shaving your bikini line isn't hard. Shaving your bikini line without any irritation, razor burn, or post-shave bumps is near impossible. The hair-removal method is simple, cheap, and quick—which is why it's so popular—but it also presents the most annoying side effects. Improving your technique can make the whole experience a lot less irritating, literally and figuratively.
When envisaging razor bumps or razor burn , many fundamentally think of sections including underarms or legs. But with the unavoidable raise in the volume of women shaving their pubic area in recent decades , developing razor bumps on or around the female genitals is more common than ever — and can be extremely disconcerting and annoying for the sufferer. To speed-up the recovery process, you could also try administering a cold compress to the bumps, ensure to only wear loose fitting clothes to reduce friction, and even applying a topical steroidal lotion to reduce inflammation. Professionally known as hydrocortisone creams , regular application will provide relief from pain and will likely alleviate redness.