Shave very carefully! Or use an electric razor.
razor bumps are caused from using dirty razors.
If u have razor bumps you should either get a better razor or start waxing your legs i hope i helped :)
Razor bumps are inflamed hair follicles, and the term used is folliculitis.
Depending on the sensitivity of your skin, waxing can cause red bumps that resemble razor burn. There are ways to prevent or minimize the red bumps, such as exfoliating or applying warm compresses before waxing.
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.
It helps sooth the skin and help prevent razor bumps. Most barbers will apply alcohol to area's that have been cut with a straight razor or a really short skin fade type of cut.
you use shaving cream
I use to have these. Don't shave as often. One every week or once every 2 weeks. Be sure to moisturize after you shave. make sure your razor head is sharp and new. Shave straight over the razor bumps.
They can if you overshave - for example if you were to shave and get razor bumps, then run the razor over the area again it could catch the tops of the razor bumps cutting them, thus causing the bleeding. It's very common when shaving your pubic region too as the coarse hair pushes the skin around the hair shaft up a little bit, so it's likely to get caught when shaving.
razor burn is just a bunch of little red bumps on your skin!! Usually they will sting after you get it..
Vaginal bumps can happen if there is an STD present. It may also be due to an infection or razor burn.
You betcha. But if you're careful, it can be beautiful.
Shave in the direction the hair grows.
that's inappropriate stupid
use a 3 or more blade razor with shaving cream! ♥
To avoid razor bumps, one should stop shaving. But if one can't avoid shaving, one should use a clean needle to release the embedded hair shaft. This usually stops razor bumps from developing.
The fastest way to remove razor bumps is to allow the hair to grow out before shaving again. Also look for something containing salicylic acid, glycolic acid, witch hazel or aloe.
its just part of the texturing. unless you have REALLY big bumps, in which case you have a glitch. Some people are prone to razor bumps more than others due to their hair type. Generally African American men suffer the most from razor bumps in general to the texture of their hair. Curly haired people suffer more from razor bumps due to the fact that once the hair starts to grow back, the angle that the hair grows from the skin causes the hair to curl or bend back toward the hair shaft causing ingrown hairs and razor bumps. The best way to avoid this is to use a fine scrub before and after shaves, and to keep the skin hydrated and clean. Target carrys a wonderful line called Everyman Jack that is ideal for razor bump prone skin. Some men use a T-Edger and get a close shave avoiding razors all together. Most black men wouldn't touch an electric razor.
Its when you shave sometimes it leaves red bumps like pimples for a couple days!! Soap and Water is better than shaving cream!!
Bumps in your armpits may be from a variety of causes. It could be swollen lymph nodes. They may also be caused by razor burn from shaving.
After shaving, raxor bumps can be cause by some hairs that were either not shaved dwn all the way, got irritated with the skin, or became tucked in / ingrown. They can also be cause if the razor nicks the skin, creating small red scabs.
Yes, of course. many people do it. Most prefer the get waxes because of irratating razor bumps, but it is not like you have to.
If your a girl there probably razor bumps and stores sell special cream to keep them away. Idk if they work though.
The only way to completely prevent razor bumps would be not to shave. If you do shave then avoid shaving too often, this increases irritation and skin damage that leads to razor rash. When you shave be sure to use a clean shapr razor - you may find some brands work better than others, Gillete also make pro-sensitive razors with multiple blades to prevent excess pressure when shaving which make make razor rash worse. When shaving go with the grain of the hair rather than against it and always shave wet when using manual razors. Using good lubricant to help the razor glide over the skin easier is important too, rather than shaving foam or gel try oils or hair conditioner which tend to be slippier so work better to reduce friction. Before shaving always exfoliate with exfoliating gloves or a body scrub to help get rid of old skin and help prevent ingrown hairs, and after shaving use a good lotion.