Is it okay to apple cider vinegar as natural Remedy for razor bumps? I use razor to shave my head

RAZOR BUMP REMEDY. THERE IS NO NATURAL REMEDY FOR RAZOR BUMPS. IF IT IS BOTHERING YOU, PLEASE SEE A DERMATOLOGIST.

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