Free U.S. Shipping on Orders Over $50

8 Expert-Approved Ways to Prevent and Treat Razor Burn

Sunny days, warm nights, and baring a little skin just go together — unless, of course, you have razor burn. Whether you’re rocking vintage Levi’s cutoffs, stylish swimsuits, or breezy summer dresses, having toned, tanned, and smooth skin is a must. For our bikinis, underarms, and legs, hair removal can come with some risks. Depilatory treatments can leave ingrown hairs, while a mishandled shave may result in redness, irritation, and bumps for an unsightly result. So that razor burn won’t dampen your summer, three skin and beauty experts — Lily Talakoub, MD, FAAD, of McLean Dermatology & Skincare Center; David Shafer, MD, FACS, of Shafer Plastic Surgery; and Amy McLain, master esthetician at Kenneth’s Polaris — offer their best beauty hacks for preventing, treating, and soothing the signs of a shave gone wrong.

 

Go to article