Bikini Rash is generally caused by shaving down the upper inside of the legs to the pubic area on a woman. This leaves a rash and stubble. That's why most young women go for waxing.
put on aloe after shaving and the redness and itchiness will be gone the next day!
Bikini zone is a cream that you can buy that helps get rid of the reb bumps from shaving and also helps with the itching and pain from it. You can also use benadryl spray too. Both of these things can be found in the medication section at wal-mart or any drug store.
new razor blade just don't shave there... After shaving, apply a product called "Bikini Zone" to the area shaved to prevent and relieve the bumps.
Alavera gel is great for any type of burn or rash. You can check your grocery store shaving cream section for creams or lotions to cure shaving rash.
You have shaven too closely and have a sort of "road rash". If you use a soothing lotion or even a triple antibiotic cream, it will be better in a couple of days.
Getting a rash is very typical for shaving the first time. Every time after you shave you will get less of a rash. Although the rash can also be reduced using better technique and plenty of shaving cream.
Your vagina isn't used to being shaved and the hair there is thicker and more corse that the hair on you legs so it causes some irritation. Its normal, just use shaving cream and some bikini cream and you'll be good to go!
Stop shaving or using hair removal cream. Make sure when you do shave you use a shaving lotion and that you also use a deodorant with moisturizing features in it. Ensure that it is not an allergy to something you are using such as soap.
Hair length has to be from 1/8 to 1/4 inch long for a bikini wax.
Usually yes. They usually liked a clean shaved bikini area.
Where is the rash and what does it look like?
i will be get rid in 24hrs wen i see another big bikini's bums.if bikini continues in changing then the time will be more less ............
Rash from shaving or waxing your pubic area.
It depends what the 'rash' is !... See your doctor !
Get a skin cream and you might consider changing what you are using for shaving. Sounds like you have a reaction.
By shaving them, maybe?
After shaving legs, armpits, bikini area, put hydrocortizone cream on, it works great, it prevents irritation and bumps...:D
they usually got rid of lice by shaving their heads
no, vinegar can actually help get rid of the skin rash
rash on your bikini line or crotch area is normal if your wearing tight fitting clothing and your body is constantly moving 2-4 hours...best treated with corn starch or vaginal power
shaving cream and a razor
you start growing trees after you get a rash from shaving.