Friday, February 4, 2011

Tip: Is shaving causing red bumps?

1. Gently scrub and exfoliate daily. This will helps to remove dead cells from the surface of the skin, avoiding in grown hair, as well as get a closer shave.   A dry brush exfoliation works great!

2. Shower or soak for at least 3 minutes before shaving to soften hair follicles.

3. Always use a sharp razor to avoid scraps and cuts.

4. After shaving apply a little Aloe Vera Gel to moisturize. Since it doesn't contain Alcohol, menthol, or fragrance it won't irritate. To help heal existing cuts and rashes, add the contents of a vitamin E capsule to the aloe and mix.  The blend will form a white cream. This blend may feel a little sticky at first, but will dry very quickly. 

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