Jun 29, 2012
GIRLS! I need your help. I have having a serous problem with bikini bumps after I shave. What products do you know of or have tried to help this issue?
Jun 30, 2012
Tend skin... I usually find it at Duane Reade or Ricky's. Goes for about $30 for 16 oz. works great for me, I use it on underarms and bikini area to avoid razor bumps and ingrown hairs (which I get ALOT). There is also a DIY formula online involving witch hazel, alcohol, and aspirin. Sorry I can't remember specifics. Just remember to exfoliate when using, tends to dry out your skin
Magic Shaving Powder. Look it up, follow the directions. It is AMAZING.
Use conditioner! I had the same problem and a friend told me about it and it works! There is also a product from walmart I don't remember the name but it is a blue gel in a clear container. Its 4 bucks at the most and also works very well :)
Jul 01, 2012
BIKINI ZONE! omg bikini zone is a LIFE saver. they have a lotion specifically for razor bumps and itching. and they also have a shaving cream. it is amaziiiiiiing. Say good bye to uncomfortable shaving and razor bumps. You can pretty much get it from any where like target,walmart,walgreens,etc. Look up reviews about it on amazon or walmart .com :)
Thanks so much guys! I actually just picked up the bikini zone shave gel and after shave cream and it's working so far! thank you so much for all of your help ladies!
EXFOLIATE, EXFOLIATE, EXFOLIATE!!! Razor and hair bumps are NOT fun, but u can minimize the appearance of them and prevent them from coming all together! Also try to look for lotions and moisturizers that contain Tea Tree Oil. Its antiseptic which will prevent bacteria from spreading around to the area...Try this it should work over time!
Jul 04, 2012
Please do shave it, better if you wax it. I have it too when i shave it the last time, it can cause ingrown hairs which is the bump. Try to exfoliate it, it will go away.
Hi! Don't forget that It is extremely important that you use a scrubbing soap with warm water in the shower before you shave. This will help get rid of any dead skin and open up a pore with an ingrown hair. This really helps preventig bikini bumps.
Jul 05, 2012
Waxing is the best way to go, tend skin does help
Shaving always leaves bikini bumps I try not to shave unless I'm being super lazy. I use magic. It's like nair but it's found in the male shaving area.
Nov 14, 2012
Yesss bikini zone the best one they also have cream after the best
Shaving doesn't always leave bumps, to the person who made that comment. Here are my tips, and I have worked as a cocktail waitress and bartender in strip clubs, so this has been an important topic of conversation on more than one occasion!;)
1. Shave daily. At first it may be painful but your skin will get used to it quickly and once it is, razor burn will really lessen.
2. Use a good shaving cream. I like aveeno. Switching made a huge difference.
3. Rub deodorant on the area after you shower. I don't know WHY this works but it does.
4. Sally Hansen makes a bikini spray that soothes any pain and helps get rid of any bumps.
Hope this helps!!
The cool fix! You can find it in sephora
Aspirin mask ... Dilute each uncoates aspirin with 1-3 drops of water and let it soak... I then crush and mix in equal parts raw honey and lemon juice.. Apply to affected area and let sit for about 20 mins, rinse with warm water. I use the same mask for when I break out... Aspirins main ingredient is salicylic acid which will remove dead skin and hopefully uncover ingrown hairs. Look it up. It is the BEST exfoliating mask.. You will notice an incredible difference after the first time you use t!
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