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How do you get rid of hair bumps?

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2010-02-06 12:57:20
2010-02-06 12:57:20

I use Aveeno positivley smooth shave gel. it works really well.

Theres always the posibiblty you have keratosis pilaris, which i have

and is very common. Keratosis causes lots of little red bumps on the skin on the hair follicle

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You can use shaping creams but you hair does what it wants

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