How to say NO to Skin Inflammation and Razor Bumps!

Say NO to Skin Inflammation and Razor Bumps!

Hair follicle inflammations can often occur on several body areas like the pubic area, face, neck,  armpits etc. Shaving can usually cause inflammation and we admit that it’s something that irritates us a lot.

The use of dirty razor is one of the several factors for improper shaving. Dirty razor can transmit a lot of harmful bacteria into the hair follicle. It will eventually lead to infection and skin irritation.
Here we will share some simple tips for how to get rid of razor bumps and skin inflammation naturally. You do not need chemical drugs, but only natural ingredients.

How To Get Rid Of Skin Inflammation and Razor Bumps

Skin Inflammation and Razor Bumps


  1. Salt

Salt is simple and very helpful remedy when it comes to reducing swelling. It can easily improve circulation, and promote exfoliation. The salt is very effective cure for razor bumps.  Just add 2 teaspoons of salt in a cup of warm water. Dip a cotton ball into a saline solution and dab on razor bumps.

  1. Epsom salt

Pour two cups of Epsom salt into the tub and soak yourself. By doing this procedure you will heal razor bumps.

  1. Coconut oil and sugar

The combination of sugar and coconut oil is very effective. Make a scrub of 4 tablespoons of virgin coconut oil and 2 tablespoons white sugar. Mix them and apply the mixture to the bump area.

  1. Aspirin mask

Aspirin contains salicylic acid that is useful to remove dead skin cells and release ingrown hairs. Destroy 4 uncoated aspirin and mix with 1 teaspoon of honey and ½ teaspoon of hot water. You will get aspirin solution that serves as a mask healer against razor bumps and ingrown hairs.

  1. Apple cider vinegar

Apple cider vinegar has anti-inflammatory properties. It can fight inflammation and itching. Pour the apple cider vinegar into a bowl and dip a cotton ball. Dab a cotton ball into the areas of razor bumps and ingrown hairs. Do this procedure 3 times per day.

  1. Cornstarch

Make a paste of water and cornstarch. Apply on the affected area. Let stand for one hour. Rinse with warm water. Do this procedure to remove razor bumps quickly.

  1. Yogurt

How to get rid of razor bumps with yogurt? – Simply apply it directly on the affected area. Leave it for 30 minutes and rinse. Glycolic acid contained in yogurt will overcome the irritation.

  1. Aloe Vera

Cut the leaves of Aloe Vera and take the gel. Rub the gel on the affected area. Allow up to 20 minutes and rinse with warm water. Do this procedure several times a week.

  1. Tea bag

Black tea contains tannic acid which serves to reduce heal inflammation and redness. Dampen a tea bag in hot water and rub into the affected area. Let it sit for a few minutes. Do this procedure once a day.

  1. Essential oils

You can use chamomile, calendula and/or lavender oils. Prepare ¼ cup of water and add 10 drops of essential oil. Apply the solution on the affected area. The essential oil has a calming effect.


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