You could try using a different razor, shaving cream, or aftershave.

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If shaving irritates your skin, then use electric clippers that don’t cut right at the surface of the skin. You could try using a different razor, shaving cream, or aftershave. If you want the razor bumps to go away more quickly, don’t shave over that area.

Is It Normal To Get Razor Burn Every Time I Shave?

Ingrown hairs and razor burn are common. People who shave have experienced it. Some people get it when they shave. If you get razor burn or ingrown hairs, you can take several steps to soothe your skin and prevent it from happening again. [0]

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Can You Shave Everyday Without Irritation?

If shaving irritates your skin, then use electric clippers that don’t cut right at the surface of the skin. It will keep your beard neat and trimmed without excessive irritation. [2]

Should I Stop Shaving If I Have Razor Burn?

If you have a razor burn, king says you should allow the skin to heal by avoiding irritation and not shaving again until the burn is over. It is possible to soothe shaving irritation by applying an over-the-counter hydrocortisone cream. [3]

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Does Shaving Over Razor Burn Make It Worse?

If you want the razor bumps to go away more quickly, don’t shave over that area, as this will irritate them and cause them to stay around for longer. That’s something nobody wants. [4]

Can Razor Burns Be Permanent?

A clean shave leaves you with a smooth and soft skin, but it also causes red bumps. If razor bumps are not treated, they can cause permanent damage. [5]

Is It Okay To Shave Everyday?

There isn’t a hard-and-fast rule for how often you need to shave. It’s up to you if you prefer clean-shaven skin, stubble or a more natural look. You have to pay attention to how your hair grows and how your skin feels after shaving. You probably don’t need to shave every day. [7]

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Sources:

  1. https://www.healthline.com/health/beauty-skin-care/razor-burn
  2. https://www.dollarshaveclub.com/content/story/shave-every-day-sensitive-skin
  3. https://www.nbcnews.com/select/shopping/how-get-rid-razor-burns-ingrown-hairs-ncna1236072
  4. https://www.dollarshaveclub.com/content/story/razor-bumps-theyre-destroy
  5. https://www.healthline.com/health/razor-bumps
  6. https://www.healthline.com/health/how-often-should-you-shave

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