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How to get rid and prevent razor bumps?(facial)

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Dr. Swati Avashia
Internal Medicine & Pediatrics
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In brief: Condition skin

Condition skin with showering or a warm moist washcloth to face for 5 min prior to shaving.
Apply lubricating shaving gel (edge or aveeno (oatmeal)) or shaving oil and leave on for a few minutes prior to shaving. Use aveeno (oatmeal) PFB bump fighter razor or the flicker shave razor. Shave with the grain of the beard and do not stretch the skin. An electric razor may also help. See doctor if not improving.

In brief: Condition skin

Condition skin with showering or a warm moist washcloth to face for 5 min prior to shaving.
Apply lubricating shaving gel (edge or aveeno (oatmeal)) or shaving oil and leave on for a few minutes prior to shaving. Use aveeno (oatmeal) PFB bump fighter razor or the flicker shave razor. Shave with the grain of the beard and do not stretch the skin. An electric razor may also help. See doctor if not improving.
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Dr. Morris Westfried
Dermatology

In brief: Pfb, tendskin,laser

Recessed razor such as pub and/ or tendskin will reduce razor bumps which are a reaction to sharp ingrown hairs.
For persistent resistant problem laser hair removal to thin problem hairs is option.

In brief: Pfb, tendskin,laser

Recessed razor such as pub and/ or tendskin will reduce razor bumps which are a reaction to sharp ingrown hairs.
For persistent resistant problem laser hair removal to thin problem hairs is option.
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Dr. Morris Westfried
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