Clean, sharp razors and and moisturizer are definitely your best bet, but if that doesn't work, the next step of action is to use sterile tweezers if necessary to pull out the follicle which is usually what is making it red.
Remember, if the redness is persistent or starts to hurt, get worse, or bigger over time, always contact a physician. It could be an ingrown or infected hair or follicle.
Well the first thing you need is at least a brand new razor or at least very sharp. Not like the one you used before over and over which makes the razor dull.
Start by shaving in the direction of the hair growth and then if you need to, you can very gently shave in the opposite direction.
Afterwards, use some moisturizer around that area ;)
Hopes this helps!
what i do is that i moisterize the spot that i want to shave before i put shaving cream on and shave and when i finish shaving, i wash the extra cream off and start moisterizing more. i use aveeno daily moisterizing lotion because it is clinicaly proven to help dry skin.
I used to use shaving cream and I kept getting red bumps on my legs after shaving so I started using hair conditioner and it stopped. So I would recommend conditioner instead of shaving cream and then use lotion afterwards(:
What moisturiser would you recommend?
I use shaving gel rather than cream which helps a little & I do it in the shower.. Would it be better to do it after?:3
& Yep it helped thank you:D
could just be your shaveing cream, try just useing soapy water to shave :D