There are a few things you can do to reduce the risk of razor burn on your pubic area:
-Shave in the direction of hair growth.
-Use a sharp, clean razor.
-Avoid shaving over skin that is already irritated or inflamed.

TL;DR

Razor bumps are caused by inflammation of hair follicles due to ingrown hairs. They can happen on any part of the body that is subject to hair removal techniques. It’s a good idea to avoid shaving the area until it heals.

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What Helps Coochie Razor Burn?

It’s important to get rid of dead skin cells in order to fight off ingrown hairs and razor burn. [1]

How Do You Cure Razor Burn In Pubic Area?

The burn goes away on its own. It’s a good idea to avoid shaving the area until it heals. If a person experiences pain and itching from razor burn in the pubic area, they can use a low-strength hydrocortisone cream. [2]

Why Do I Keep Getting Razor Burn Down There?

Razor bumps are caused by inflammation of hair follicles due to ingrown hairs. They can happen on any part of the body that is subject to hair removal techniques. They are more common in areas with coarse hair. [3]

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Sources:

  1. https://ladysuitebeauty.com/pages/razor-burn
  2. https://www.medicalnewstoday.com/articles/325213
  3. https://www.medicalnewstoday.com/articles/how-can-people-treat-razor-bumps-in-the-genital-area

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