Tips for preventing bikini injuries by razors
Shaving with a razor is a quick and economical way for people to remove excess hair from their body. However, this may cause a razor rash or burns. Razor burns can be embarrassing, especially near the bikini line. Bosidin official store will explain the best way to prevent bikini lines by using a razor.
Tip 1: Beware that the elasticity of wearing a bikini is too tight along the groin area (bikini line). If it is too tight, you will notice the connotation of the mark and the suit and it will turn red. This will immediately irritate the skin and hair follicles, thus creating a razor burn.
Tip 2: Prepare the skin before shaving. Let the pores open in your shower in warm water for at least 5 minutes. Then, remove the bikini area or shower puff with a loofah mesh. Even towels will do.
Tip 3: Apply a shaving cream to sensitive skin like "proportionally treated with mild soap or soap bubbles from the skin". Avoid the use of alcohol and fragrance based shower gels. They can cause allergies.
Tip 4: Do not use blunt or cheap disposable razors. You will nick and shave and cause more serious problems than just razor burns to the skin. Don't worry, Bosidin is equipped with high-quality razors to reduce the possibility of injury.
Tip 5: After shaving, you would use things such as tea tree oil or astringent witch hazel to keep pores and hair follicles free of bacteria. Aloe vera gel (minimal alcohol) works very well. The gel not only soothes the skin, but creates a slight barrier to seal the pores. An unusual method I found to work is to apply non-whitening gel deodorant to bikini areas if you are suffering.
Tip 6: It is important to keep the bikini area clean, comfortable, and as dry as possible. When you are in the swimming pool, ocean, or lake and free of bacteria, this will aggravate the irritation. If you are prone to razor burns, change your swimsuit and dry cotton underwear immediately.
Tip 7: Avoid "excessive shaving," which puts the skin in a state of irritability. If possible, after 4-5 days and shave next time. Constantly scraping the ingrown hairs and stimulating the hair follicles will make the condition worse and more painful. Shaving with the grain of hair growth helps prevent ingrown hairs also. You can't get the trim, but you get the chance to reduce razor burns.
How to treat a razor burn at home?
Anyone who shaves will develop a razor burn. Usually the situation will improve on its own within a few days. However, people can use a variety of methods to reduce itchy or irritated skin.
1. Cold compress
By applying ice packs or cold, wet dressings to the skin to reduce itching and inflammation, the burden of razor burns can be reduced.
People can apply it on the skin for 5 to 10 minutes or until it feels soothed. They can repeat this operation as many times as needed.
2. Oatmeal Bath
Oatmeal has moisturizing properties and can soothe the skin.
Dermatologists can use oatmeal suspension to help patients with dermatitis, which in turn can reduce the need for glucocorticoid creams. People can sprinkle oatmeal directly into the bath, or use it as a paste on the skin.
Aloe vera is a succulent plant that contains more than 75 different compounds from trusted sources. Due to its anti-inflammatory, antibacterial and soothing properties, it is a traditional healing plant.
People can use aloe vera to soothe irritated skin and treat dry skin. They can use the gel inside the plant leaves and apply it directly to the irritated skin, or they can buy aloe products.
4. Coconut oil
Coconut oil has a trusted source of extensive skin care benefits. These include skin barrier repair, positive results of skin aging and antibacterial, antioxidant and anti-inflammatory properties.
The coconut oil produced by mature coconuts contains many free fatty acids, such as lauric acid, myristic acid and caprylic acid, which can moisturize and soothe the skin.
Damaged skin, including skin burned by a razor, may be susceptible to infection. Coconut oil has antibacterial and antimicrobial properties, so it can reduce the possibility of infection, while also moisturizing the skin.
5. Shea Butter
The core of the shea tree produces shea butter. This is another trusted source of the therapeutic benefits of vegetable oils. It has anti-inflammatory, anti-oxidant and moisturizing triglyceride effects. It can be used on razor burned skin, and it can enhance tissue repair and wound closure.
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