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After shaving, especially in our sensitive areas, people often notice razor bumps within the first 24-48 hours after shaving. These bumps result from ingrown hairs that often develop because of shaving (although waxing and plucking can cause the problem as well. The science buffs reading, the medical term for these bumps is pseudo folliculitis barbae (try saying that five times fast). Putting down a razor and going for Waxing Staten Island is one of the best ways to drastically reduce the amount of razor burns your get when removing hair.
When you develop razor burns, you want to avoid causing extra damage to the area. The bumps are not typically seen as attractive, and they are also uncomfortable and painful. If you begin to poke at the bumps with a tweezer, and the hair follicle is not ready to come out, you cause further damage, meaning the bumps stay longer and become more uncomfortable and painful. You also want to avoid hard scrubbing: scrub your skin with care and caution because over scrubbing cause more damage. Exfoliating, at first thought, seems like a smart idea to free trapped hair, but many people have negative skin reactions to rough scrubs and textures. Ingrown hairs create irritation, sensitivity, and inflammation, which can be painful to scrub. The best waxing Staten Island offers reduces the risk of ingrown hair, so if this is a common problem for you, you should seek professional care from an esthetician.
To try and reduce redness and get rid of ingrown hairs, you want to remove the hair safely and carefully from under your skin. Using a warm and gentle washcloth does not harm the skin but can soften the skin to draw out the ingrown hairs. Steaming in a sauna or hot shower can have similar results.
Using glycolic acid is known to speed up the healing process of the skin. Some claim glycolic acid helps to clear up razon burns quickly without having to dig out hair with a tweezer or exfoliating and potentially damaging the sink.Related Reading