My calves got sun burned and are very itchy?

Sunburn. To soothe sunburned skin, apply lotions that contain aloe Vera. You could apply mild cortisone cream or ointment to very itchy areas.

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My lower legs get very itchy at random times. When I scratch them, the skin turns very red, hives apper, and my legs can feel burning. Help?

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Very itchy legs after shaving. Not razor burn and doesnt show any signs/ areas of it being itchy. No allergies, what could it be?

DRY SKIN. Sounds like either you are allergic to the shaving cream/soap you are using or your skin is "drying out" from constant shaving. Try changing to a hypo-allergenic shaving Cream and/or using a moisturizer (eg: "Curel") Hope this helps Dr Z. Read more...
Agree w Dr. Zimon. Wet skin well prior to shaving. Use plenty of lubricant to shave. Apply skin lotion after shaving. Dry skin can cause itchiness. Read more...