Curing Razor Bumps and Ingrown Hairs
By Jim Peterson
Are you ready to cure your razor bumps and get back that smooth baby face?
How frequently do you shave? I shave only about twice a week. And it's not that I don't want to do it more, it's just that I find it easier not to. And fortunately, I'm in a profession where I don't have to keep my face smooth all the time.
But if you have to keep a smooth face and you suffer from razor bumps, shaving multiple times a week can present problems. Razor bumps and ingrown hairs can make the shaving process a living hell. If you suffer from this, it's time for you to better understand and cure razor bumps once and for all.
First of all, what are you shaving with? Are you shaving with the low disposables? These plastic tools were not meant for men. Why settle for the worst when you can just purchase a Mach 3 or Schick Quatro? There isn't most of a cost difference. You have to be kind to your face and treat your delicate skin with respect.
One - the razor makes a huge difference. A quality, sharp blade could easily be the best way to cure razor bumps.
Two - a rich shaving cream or gel is also mandatory in order to cure razor bumps. These moisture infused products cushion your face from the razor's wrath, and protect it from nicks and cuts.
Three -.you must without fail shave with the grain of your beard. This prevents cutting a whisker too low, hence causing an ingrown hair or razor bump.
Four - you have to adopt good skin care practices. Use a decent face scrub a few times a week in order to keep your beard at full attention and primed for the blade.
If these suggestions don't cure razor bumps for you then it's time to search the Internet again, but these might be all the suggestions you need.
© 2007 Jim Peterson
finesse female facial hair removal
laser hair removal
hair remover for men - chest hair no longer in style
how to get rid of unwanted hair
Site Menuarticles (home)
audio cd books
shaving / hair removal
Articles (home) | Sitemap| Contact Us
Copyright www.articlesofthemonth.com - 2007 curing razor bumps ingrown hairs