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Every time I shave insensitive areas I get razor red bumps . Suggestions to reduce them ?

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Try using a hot as you can bare face cloth held on the area that might help :-)
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1. Examine your shaving method.If you use a creme to remove hair or use a manual razor, the removal method matters. Shaving upwards with the latter pulls the follicle upwards as well leaving the newly shaved hair with a sharp angle and below the epidermis: surely an ingrown hair waiting to happen.2. Shave with the grain, meaning in the direction that the hair grows.This is usually in a downward direction, although you should whip out a magnifying glass to be certain.3. Prevent by exfoliating to remove the dead skin cells. Hair has to be trained, or teased to grow properly and exfoliating will aid in that growth. To stop ingrowns the key is prevention. 4. Use Face mapping Face mapping determines the direction in which you should shave so that it’s consistent with beard growth. Sometime hair under the chin and neck grows sideways so examine your stubble.5. Use on single blade razors or remove hair with electric clippers. The goal here is to avoid shaving too close.

 

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