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I have been having a problem with ingrown hairs lately using new razors. or irritation. what causes this to happen and what's a good way to get rid?

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Dr. Michael Fisher
Dermatology 32 years experience
Pseudofolliculitis: Pseudofolliculitis barbae is a disorder that occurs mainly in black men. If curly beard hairs are cut too short, they may curve back into the skin and cause inflammation. Bump patrol is a revolutionary after shave intensive treatment to resolve painful razor bumps as a result of shaving. Dermatologist recommended, bump patrol is guaranteed to give results in 7 days.

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