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How To Get Rid Of Razor Burn Naturally

Sick and tired of getting razor burn and want to know how to get rid of razor burn naturally? We’ve got tips that will teach you how to keep your skin smooth and get rid of razor bumps fast without all the chemicals found in drugstore products. Learn how to treat irritated skin naturally and get rid of razor bumps on your legs, armpits, and bikini line without spending lots of money on expensive products chocked full of chemicals.

How To Get Rid Of Razor Burn

Get the full scoop on how to get rid of razor burn naturally below!

1. Cold Compress

A cold compress is a very effective and very easy solution to get rid of that burning sensation you get from shaving. Applying cold compress right after shaving gives you instant relief and prevents inflammation. It also helps reduce redness and itching, as well as prevent razor bumps from forming.

To apply cold compress, wrap a few ice cubes in a soft towel and simply place the towel on the affected area for a few minutes.

To prevent razor burn, splash cold water on your skin immediately after shaving.


2. Aloe Vera Gel

Aloe Vera gel has soothing as well as cooling properties that will give you give you instant relief from the burning sensation and inflammation. It also moisturizes your skin, stops inflammation and speeds up the healing process.

To use, extract the gel from an Aloe Vera leaf. Rub the gel on the affected skin and allow it to dry on its own. Then, rinse with cold water. For a more cooling effect, store the gel in the fridge for a few hours before using.

For best results, use Aloe Vera gel 1-2 times daily for 2-3 days.


3. Apple Cider Vinegar

Oh, the endless uses of apple cider vinegar! Apple cider vinegar is another excellent remedy for razor burns. Its anti-inflammatory properties work to reduce inflammation as well as the itching. Plus, apple cider vinegar contains acetic acid acts as a natural antimicrobial and prevents infection.

To use, soak a cotton ball with apple cider vinegar and dab it on the affected area. Allow to dry for a few minutes and rinse with cold water. Do this 2-3 times a day until the burning sensation stops.


4. Aspirin

Aspirin has an anti-inflammatory property that helps to reduce redness and inflammation.

Dissolve 2 aspirins in one teaspoon of warm water until it turns into a paste. Apply the paste on the affected skin and allow to sit for 10 minutes. Then, wash off with warm water. Use this simple treatment twice a day to get rid of the discomfort. It will also help you get rid of razor bumps.

If you have a very sensitive skin, we do not recommend this remedy.


5. Tea Bag

A wet tea bag contains tannic acid that helps reduce redness and inflammation. So instead of throwing out that tea bag you used for your morning cup of tea, put it in the refrigerator for 5 to 10 minutes and apply the wet tea bag on the shaved spot and rub gently. Repeat several times daily as needed.


6. Honey

Honey is an amazing remedy for razor burned skin. It has a natural antibacterial property which makes honey your best option if you’re razor burns have become infected. Plus, honey also speeds up the healing process and keeps the skin well mositurized.

To use, apply 1-2 tablespoon of honey directly to your skin. Leave it for 15 minutes, then rinse off with lukewarm water.


7. Baking Soda

Would you believe it? Baking soda relieves razor burns too! The very universal baking soda has an anti-inflammatory property that helps sooth the skin, relieve itching and reduces redness.

Make a solution of 1 tablespoon of baking soda and 1 cup water. Soak a cotton ball in the solution and dab it on the affected area. Leave it on for about five minutes, and then rinse with cool water. Do this 2-3 times a day.


8. Cucumber

Cucumbers have hydrating and anti-inflammatory properties which help deal with razor burn symptoms quickly. Plus, cucumber contains vitamins C and K, two key ingredients for relieving pain and itchiness.

To use, slice a fresh cucumber and put the slices in the fridge for 30 minutes. Rub the cool cucumber slices gently on the razor burn for 10 minutes. Repeat this at regular intervals until the skin is fully healed.

You can also puree half a cucumber and mix it with one-quarter cup of milk. Cool the mixture in the fridge for a couple of minutes before applying directly on the affected area. Allow puree mixture to sit for 10 minutes, and then rinse it off with warm water. Do this twice daily for 2 days.


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