HOW TO: Prevent and Get Rid Of Razor Burns!

GOT RAZOR BURNS? I’m here to help! Here are my 9 TIPS on HOW TO: Prevent and Get Rid Of Razor Burns. Those little red bumps can be so itchy and irritating so I hope some of these prevention tips and treatment tips help you! Enjoy. xo Jen

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8 Tips To Get Rid of Razor Bumps
How to Get Rid of Razor Bumps Naturally for Men

Best Tip
Change the Way You Shave.
Ok bro. I’m going to give it to you straight. Your face is what makes you attractive to the ladies so you need to take better care of it. Stop shaving your face with a woman’s razor. Its time to step up to the big boys shaving tools. As recommended by Barber Shops Near Me.

Tip #1 | Aloe Vera.
You can’t get any more of a natural way to get rid of razor bumps than the aloe vera plant. Squeeze the goop out and apply it too your face.

Tip #2 | Hot Towel.
Simple and to the point the hot towel opens the pores up allowing for the curly hair that is causing the razor bump to come through. Simple and effective.

Tip #3 | Witch Hazel.
Another natural antiseptic Witch Hazel naturally reduces inflammation in the skin. It helps to kill the bacteria surrounding the curly hairs in the pores that are causing the razor bumps.

Tip #4 | Hydro-cortisone.
Not our favorite product, hydro-cortisone is more of a non-natural way to get the same anti-inflammatory effects that a plant would give. Use it if you are too lazy to cultivate your own aloe plants and harvest the magical and all curing goop inside.

Tip #5 | Lemon Juice.
Another naturally acidic item, lemon juice helps to stop bacteria from surrounding ingrown hairs and prevent infection.

Tip #6 | Tea Tree Oil.
The more serious of our natural ingredients, tea tree oil is an extremely strong anti-bacterial. It is also our favorite. Mix it with the moisturizer of your choice and enjoy a bacteria free face.

Tip #7 | White Tea.
Whoa whoa whoa there. Tea is for drinking not naturally relieving the pain and redness of razor bumps. Tea has multiple uses, one of which it reduces inflammation in the skin if you wet it and rub it on your face. Don’t believe us? Try it and see.

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5 Ways to Get Rid of Ingrown Hair or Razor Bumps By All For You

5 Ways to Get Rid of Ingrown Hair or Razor Bumps By All For You


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How to Treat Severe Bikini & Private Area Ingrown Scars

Today’s help with skincare segment is courtesy of Skin Renewal Method ( by Bay Harbour Med Spa ( A sweet young African-American young lady wrote to me explaining the following frustration: “I’m desperate for help. I’m only 18 years old and an African American female , my vaginal area is completely scarred. I often cry about it, because now that is summer I get jealous off all the care free girls that don’t have to worry about this problem. Recently, I have thought about getting electrolysis since I have read laser hair removal is not as permanent but after that is there a chance that my scars will completely be erased and my skin can look like brand new again. Please I need your advice.” If you share a similar frustration please know there is hope and help! I hope you’ll find the advice I share to be helpful. Feel free to ask me your skin care related questions below in the comment section or via email at AskAboutSkinCare(at)Gmail(dot)com.
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BACK NECK BUMPS/KELOIDS: the Cause & the CURE! Part One

BACK NECK BUMPS/KELOIDS: the Cause & the CURE! Part One

Bumps at the back of the neck, just above the lower hairline: how are they caused?

After years of painful injections to the scalp, bottles of antibiotics prescribed by expensive “Park Avenue” dermatologists, I discovered–ON MY OWN–that the culprit of my back neck bumps was my diet. A few weeks after I eliminated processed breads, my skin cleared up. In this video, I share what I have discovered.

Here’s the “popular” claim:

From Wikipedia article on skin bumps: A related condition, pseudofolliculitis nuchae, occurs on the back of the neck, often along the posterior hairline, when curved hairs are cut short and allowed to grow back into the skin. Left untreated, this can develop into acne keloidalis nuchae, a condition where hard, dark keloid-like bumps form on the neck.

Here’s the Wizker Man’s claim:

Back of the neck bumps are cause by our diet. You may be allergic to either Wheat, Gluten, or both. Eczema, Psoriasis, are just a brief list of the skin conditions.

From the book “Grain Brain” by David Perlmutter MD…

Inflammation is increased with high-carb low-fat diets: Many modern chronic diseases have a common denominator of inflammation – and high-carb low-fat diets can lead to inflammation.
Gluten is dangerous: Gluten is a modern poison – the grains we eat are not the same as our ancestors ate, and they are more addictive than ever. As many as 40% of us can’t properly process gluten, the other 60% could be in harm’s way – gluten sensitivity is linked to neurological dysfunction.

Here’s the challenge: Eliminate all wheat and foods containing gluten:
Gluten grains – barley, kamut, rye, spelt, triticale, wheat (and wheat germ)
Oats and oat bran (unless certified gluten-free)
Grains cracked or made into flour – bulgur (and tabbouleh), farina, graham flour, semolina
Gluten-containing cereals
Pasta, couscous, noodles – including whole-grain and whole-wheat forms
Breads and breadcrumbs, including matzo
Pastries and baked goods

(Unfortunately) THIS IS BUT A PARTIAL LIST: A complete list of ‘Foods to Avoid’ can be found on:

Grain Brain by David Perlmutter MD (2013): Brain health food list

Frequently Asked Questions (brief list)

1. Do I have to become a vegetarian?
2. How do you find Gluten Free Foods or snacks in your region.
3. How can I stick to the lifestyle when my food environment doesn’t support it?
– Food desert; make small substitutions, read ingredients

4. How do you know whether you are Gluten Intolerant?

5. Are you ready to upgrade your complexion? A gluten challenge is an exercise to help show if a person has a gluten sensitivity by intentionally consuming gluten after a period of being gluten-free. Example: eating one or two slices of regular bread for seven to ten days to eating gluten foods for up to three months.

6. Read “Wheat Belly” by William Davis…

7. Ingredients that are often code for gluten:

– amino peptide complex,
– Avena sativa,
– brown rice syrup,
– caramel color (frequently made from barley),
– cyclodextrin,
– dextrin,
– fermented grain extract,
– Hordeum distichon,
– Hordeum vulgare,
– hydrolysate,
– hydrolyzed malt extract,
– hydrolyzed vegetable protein,
– maltodextrin,
– modified food starch,
– natural flavoring,
– phytosphingosine extract,
– Secale cereale,
– soy protein,
– tocopherol/vitamin E,
– Triticum aestivum,
– Triticum vulgare,
– vegetable protein (HVP),
– yeast extract

Excess Facial & Body Hair: Products to Rid Razor Bumps & Ingrown Hairs

Excess Facial & Body Hair: Products to Rid Razor Bumps & Ingrown Hairs

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During your shower or when you’re changing, you might have noticed something that looks like a pimple by your private parts. Acne around your cooch could make you super embarrassed because maybe you have a hot date coming up or you’re afraid of your boyfriend judging you. If your boyfriend judges you, he’s kind of a bad boyfriend in my opinion so if anything you’ll know more about his character. but don’t be too embarrassed because this probably happens to a lot of people and they just don’t talk about it
It’s actually a normal occurance if you get pimples there once in a while. For girls you’re more likely to get a pimple on your genitals if you’re going through hormone changes like a few days before your period, or if you’re pregnant you might experience more acne.
If you’re wearing underwear or pants made of material that doesn’t absorb moisture very well you could break out there too because excessive sweating along with your skin’s oil glands can clog your pores.
For people that shave or wax, the hair follicles can get irritated and inflamed which looks like small raised pimples on your skin. An ingrown hair can cause what looks like a pimple too.
Too much friction from your clothes rubbing close to your genitals can cause a red rash with white heads that is also called contact dermatitis. To avoid this, try to get your panties made with 100% cotton because it’s less likely to cause irritation, and it lets heat escape so theres less chances for bacteria to grow.
Sometimes it’s not always acne! Theres also a few infections or conditions where the symptoms look like acne but, you’re going to need some medical intervention to keep it from getting worse.
A skin condition called Hidradenitis Suppurativa is when you get acne on your genitals due to your oil glands being completely clogged with bad contaminants and too much oil. When this happens, the area is very inflamed and you may get deep infections in your skin and treatment would require antibiotics or if its really bad, you’ll have to get the infections drained.
So the last thing that’s probably the scariest thing you don’t want to hear you have is that the pimples are caused by an STD, and chances are that it’s not an std if your pimples look like regular acne pimples.
The only std that could cause something close to pimples is called Chancroid, and many of you may be thinking what the heck is that? It’s an std that most people don’t know of and that’s because it’s quite rare and the way Chancroid works is that it creates one pig pimple which breaks open to look like an open sore, so if what I just described sounds like what you have, it can be treated with antibiotics if you get diagnosed with it.
So now that you know a few causes I’ll tell you some tips to get your acne to go away if for some unlucky reason you do get a breakout there.
First Wear cotton panties, and stay away from wearing thongs for long periods of time because they just add extra irritation.
When you shower, it’s best to wash your nether regions with plain water because chemicals and frangrances from soaps and body washes can add unnecessary irritation to the skin.
If you have to shave, make sure you get a good soak in hot water because it makes the hairs softer and use a sharp and clean razor because it’s less likely to cause infection or irritation.
A Warm compress helps your body get rid of the infection faster, so just make yourself a nice hot bath and settle down in there for about 15 minutes. If you don’thave access to a tub, you could try using a hot washcloth over the pimples or just turn up the hot water in your shower.
And there you go, hope this clears up any questions you may have about the acne around your nether regions and hopefully these tips will help you take care of it.

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