What is the best way to get rid of Shaver Burn???

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  1. JoJoBee

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    Ugh... Didn't wax and actually shaved. Now, I am paying for it. It was a new razor and I never really have had shaver burn before. This fucking sucks! It really isn't that bad.
     
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    You razor with a razor so it's razor burn.....
     
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    This stuff called Sugri Care that I buy at Ulta, but I can't find it on their website :squint:
     
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    There's a cream available at pharmacies called 'bikini zone' and it works great to get rid of red bumps from shaving.... not sure if your razor burn is in that area or not ;) but if it is that's what I'd recommend.
     
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    One dont shave up and you will be fine from now on
     
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    well dont go against the grain....
     
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    open up your pores with hot water
    keep the razor wet and hot at all times
    one stroke with the grain, rinse, one stroke with the grain, rinse
    repeat

    no razor burn
     
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    monistat anti-chafing powder gel after shaving...this stuff is absolutely amazing.

    You should shave earlier in your shower rather than later. apparently having hot water on your hair for a long time increases the odds of irritation for some reason. Then shave with a fresh, clean blade, using plenty of shaving cream. I dont agree with the whole shaving with the grain thing, I still get irritated this way and I get a lame shave. Exfoliate after shaving. Then apply the lotion. Presto!
     
  10. TheWeasel

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    I always go with the grain and shaved right after a hot shower with a wet blade and I still get razor burn. :wtc:
     
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    women's deodorant (secret, dove, etc) right afterward, do NOT exfoliate (because shaving is an exfoliant), wipe away deodorant like 20 minutes later

    it's tried and true
     
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    period

    plus lots of exfoliation from your boyfriends tongue:p
     
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    Bikini Zone didn't work for me.
     
  15. Falconer

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    I have totally heard this works, but I've never tried it.
     

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