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How to get rid of razor burn fast – naturally

razor burn

Itchy, swollen irritated skin after shaving? This is a common frustration for those that shave regularly. The ingrown hairs that appear as angry red bumps can really spoil the smart look of a freshly shaven face. Besides just having sensitive skin, the other causes of razor burn are using a dull blade, using a hard soap and shaving dry, unconditioned skin. Here are some quick and easy all-natural ways to soothe razor burn.

Five remedies to get rid of natural razor burn

1. Aloe vera gel

You can easily treat razor bumps and rash using fresh gel from an aloe vera leaf. It’s very soothing and can help heal the affected area in no time. Furthermore, it gives the much needed relief from inflammation and burning. Simply take the gel from one stripe aloe vera leaf and keep it in refrigerator. After about 20 minutes, take apply and keep it on your affected skin for about 10 minutes. Then, wash it off using cool water.

2. Cucumber and milk

Cucumbers have anti-inflammatory properties. Furthermore, they have vitamins K and C which are great for relieving itchiness after shaving. Cucumber and milk help to reduce the inflammation and burning sensation. Form a smooth paste by pureeing half a cup of cucumber with half a cup of raw milk. Cool the paste in the fridge for about 15 to 25 minutes, then apply to the affected area. Try to leave it on for atleast 20 minutes, then rinse it off with cool water.

3. Apple cider vinegar

Don’t worry, this remedy won’t burn. In fact, it’s very effective for treating razor burns. Furthermore, its acetic acid content can keep infections at bay. Apple cider vinegar has anti-inflammatory properties that also work to lessen itchiness. You can take advantage of the healing power of apple cider vinegar by simply mixing apple cider vinegar with a little water. After that, dab a cotton ball in the solution and apply it on the irritated skin. Leave it to air dry, and then rinse it with cool water.

4. Witch hazel

Witch hazel is a natural anti-inflammatory that works great at reducing redness and swelling on razor bumps. It also has anti-septic and skin soothing properties. Because of its natural cooling property, you can use it for dry skin, as well as treating problems resulting from hair removal. To prevent razor burns from occurring, simply apply the witch-hazel based treatment as directed on the instruction label.

5. Tea tree oil

Tea tree oil is not only antibacterial but antiseptic and anti-inflammatory too. These properties make it the perfect choice for getting rid of razor bumps, burns and soreness. All you have to do is dilute about 3 tablespoons olive oil with 5 drops of tea tree oil and apply on irritated skin. The oil will nourish your skin with moisture and make the burning sensation and inflammation disappear. Leave it there for 10-15 minutes, and then rinse it off with cool water. You can also use the oil on its own.

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