How to Treat Razor Bumps
Learn how to handle shaving spots on your face and neck
You may have found that shaving spots, or razor bumps, tend to appear on your skin after you shave your face and neck. These bumps are often itchy and can cause swelling, redness and pain.
Happily, we’re on hand to explain why they form in the first place, how to prevent them from appearing post-shave, and what you can do to get rid of them as quickly as possible.
Why do I get spots after shaving?
How to prevent razor bumps
In order to put an end to those maddening razor bumps, therefore, you need to banish those pesky ingrown hairs into yesteryear. Read on to discover how to do just that.
How to get rid of shaving spots
The steps outlined above will help you avoid the hassle of dealing with razor bumps. The reality, however, is that razor bumps will occasionally still appear on your face and neck - and this is the case even after you have followed these steps and opted for a slow, careful shave. We’re only human, at the end of the day.