Bikini shave bumps

If you buy something through a link on this page, we may earn a small commission. How this works. Razor bumps are ingrown hairs that develop after shaving or using other hair removal techniques, such as waxing or plucking. The medical term for razor bumps is pseudofolliculitis barbae. Ingrown hairs develop when hair starts to grow back into the skin, rather than up and out.
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This Is Exactly What You Need To Know About Those Painful Bumps On Your Bikini Line

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How to Prevent Razor Bumps & How to Get Rid of Razor Bumps

Razor burn can affect any person who shaves part of their body. Razor burn can also cause:. You can experience these symptoms anywhere you shave, such as your face, legs, underarms, or bikini area. Razor burn is usually temporary and will go away with time.
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The Best Way To Shave Your Bikini Line Without Getting Ingrowns Everywhere

Ah, yes, razor bumps. An inevitable side effect of shaving—or are they? It may seem like every time you shave—especially your bikini line—those oh-so-uncomfortable little red razor bumps pop up and refuse to go away. And to deal with them on your wedding day or right before a beach honeymoon?
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Everyone is cool with talking about the painful pimples that pop up on your face, but what about the large honkers on your bikini line? The ones that hurt like hell and get aggravated by your underwear, tight jeans , and anything that happens to rub the wrong way. Most likely, your painful problem is caused by an ingrown hair. These trapped hairs typically work themselves out within a few days, but it can also get infected, causing folliculitis a bacterial infection of the hair follicle that results in pus- filled red bumps. Shaving, waxing, depilatory creams, and even laser hair removal can lead to an ingrown hair.
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