9 Ways To Take Care Of Razor Bump

9 Ways To Take Care Of Razor Bump

While we try to get rid of unwanted hair by way of shaving, few cuts are normal. The pain while you cut your skin is bearable but the burning sensation which lasts for few days is just unbearable. If you have cut in armpits or bikini area then the burning sensation is going to be severe. If the cut is on armpits or bikini area then chances of infection is very high and if you are ignorant for long then it will lead to razor bumps. Razor bumps shouldn’t be ignored as they look ugly and after few weeks, this will vanish but leave behind marks.

Ice Cubes

Ice cubes can help you to relief yourself from the pain immediately. You can just wrap few ice cubes and massage it over the razor bump. This will help you to get rid of the burning sensation immediately. You can try this remedy several times in a day so that you can get rid of the razor bump at the earliest. Once you are done with shaving, splash some cold water. This will help you to keep the bumps at bay.

Ice Cubes

Apple Cider Vinegar

This is one of the best medications that you can try to safeguard yourself from the ugly looking bumps. Apple cider vinegar is known for the anti-inflammatory properties that it offers and at the same time, it also contains acetic acid and hence, you can get rid of the razor bumps in two to three days’ time. Dip a cotton ball in Apple cider vinegar and apply this on the affected area. Let the vinegar dry off and then you will wash with normal water. You can try this multiple times a day so that the recovery is faster.

Apple Cider Vinegar

Aloe Vera Gel

Aloe Vera gel can safeguard your skin from all the possible skin infections that you can think off. If the bumps look really bad then you can apply Aloe Vera gel and let it dry on your skin. You can also leave this overnight. You will be able to see the results in the morning.

 Aloe Vera Gel

Tea Tree Oil

Tea tree oil is known for the anti-bacterial properties that it offers to mankind. Apply tea tree oil on the bump so that the cut can dry soon. If you are having bumps in the bikini area then you can apply tea tree oil overnight. This oil will also moisturize your skin and hence, you can be rest assured that the size of the bumps will reduce and you will find your skin comparatively smoother.

Tea Tree Oil

Turmeric

If the razor bump has been on your skin for longer then you will have to look for some severe treatment. Just make a fine paste of turmeric and apply it on the affected area. For few minutes, you will have to bear with the burning sensation but later, the burning sensation will settle down. This will help you to get rid of the razor bump in few days time. This will also help you to lighten the marks that are left on your skin due to the razor bump

Turmeric

Lemon

It is better that you try this remedy, before going to bed. Heat the lemon in coconut oil and apply this on the razor bump. Apply this on the bump after checking the hotness of the lemon. You can apply this when it is warm so that your skin isn’t burnt. The warmth sensation will make you feel relaxed. This will help you to get immediate relief. This will also ensure that the skin is lightened.

Lemon

Baking Soda

Baking soda can help you to get rid of razor bump. Make a fine paste of baking soda and apply it on the affected area and leave it for five minutes. After five minutes, scrub the baking soda against your skin. Try this remedy at least twice in a day so that you can witness results immediately.

Baking Soda

Cucumber

Cucumber is known for the cooling effect that it offers so you can use this to get rid of the razor bump immediately. You can make a fine paste of cucumber and apply this on the affected area. If the razor bumps are due to the ingrown then you can easily get rid of it.

Cucumber

Oatmeal

You can make a paste of oatmeal, milk and few drops of honey. Apply this on the razor bump and let it dry. Oatmeal is known for the anti-inflammatory properties that it offers. You need to be very careful while washing off. Don’t rub too harshly while washing as it may hurt the bump.

Oatmeal