Every product is independently selected by obsessive editors. Razor bumps are basically ingrown hairs , which can pop up anywhere that you remove hair and often happen on more delicate areas where the hair is coarse, like the bikini line. And they can happen to anyone, no matter how you remove the hair: Luckily, there are lots of products out there that you can use before and after waxing and shaving to help prevent or eliminate irritation — including some products that you might have assumed were only for the face but are more versatile than we thought.
How to treat and prevent razor burn near the vagina
How to Shave Your Vagina - Tips on Shaving Your Public Hair
Skip to content. My boyfriend likes shaved pubes, but when I shave down there and the hair starts to grow back I get razor burn and ingrown hairs. How can I get rid of this? Some people find that a shaved pubic area can increase sexual sensation and pleasure for one or both partners. Nothing ruins the silky-smooth feeling of shaved pubes, however, like nicks, cuts, and razor burn.
How to Prevent Razor and Waxing Bumps, According to Aestheticians
My best advice is to prevent razor burn in the first place. Shaving can be a tricky thing, especially if you are prone to razor burn like me. Make sure you have clean skin and lightly exfoliate. It helps get any hair loose that may be trapped.
Razor burn will usually appear as a red rash. You may also develop one or more red bumps. These symptoms can occur anywhere that you shave — your entire bikini area, on your labia, and even in the crease of your thigh. You may have symptoms in one area of skin and not the rest, even if you shaved the entire area at the same time. In some cases, these symptoms can also be a sign of sexually transmitted disease STD.