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Wednesday, October 2, 2013

**Solve Razor Burn Pain with Shave Cream** #sponsored post

Do you find yourself suffering from painful razor burn after shaving? Changing your razor is the common thing to try, as a dull razor usually causes razor burn and skin irritation. However, the greatest problem you are having might be with the products you are using. Are you using the right shave cream? If you aren’t applying it to the skin in the right manner, it can end up causing rashes and other problems. It is important to look at your shaving routine and make some changes if you want to reduce razor burn.


Warm Water

One of the best ways to reduce razor burn is to always warm your skin with warm water. Shave while you are in the shower, or right after you get out of the shower. This will help to soften the beard and your skin, making it easier for a razor to gently shave the hairs off your face and neck. Use a facial wash to gently cleanse the skin before you shave. This will remove dirt and other things that are stuck to the skin.

Shave Brush

When you are using cream, apply it with a quality shave brush. You want to work up a good lacquer with the cream and the brush. Many people find that it works well to use a bit of hot water to heat up the cream before applying it to the skin. It does help to effectively exfoliate the skin by applying the cream with a brush. Look for creams that do not contain alcohol. Alcohol will dry out the skin, causing irritation. Always lather the area you plan to shave before crossing it with a razor. If you need to go over a certain area again, make sure you apply a decent amount of cream.

Aftershave

Once you have gently shaved, cleanse the skin with warm water to remove the shave cream. Pat the skin dry with a soft towel before applying aftershave. Balm is the best option for anyone dealing with sensitive skin and irritation problems. The balm helps to moisturize the skin, and it prevents stinging pain that comes with aftershave that contains alcohol. The balm helps to soothe the skin, and it can drastically improve the texture of your skin. 

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