If you recognise one or more of these skin problems that can occur after shaving, this 3-pack for red razor bumps is the right choice for you:
- Red Bumps and Beard Plague
- Ingrown hairs
- Pimples and skin irritation
- Itching and redness
This is how you prevent razor bumps after shaving
By using the 3 products in the pack before, during and after each shave, you can minimise the risk of ingrown hairs, red bumps and pimples.
Start by cleansing your skin completely clean and free of dirt and bacteria. Moisturise your facial skin and neck, then massage the facial cleanser in circular motions. Rinse off when you're done.
Now apply the clear shaving gel to the area to be shaved. Leave the gel on for a minute or so before you start using the razor. This will help the beard hairs to stand up for a closer shave.
Shave in the direction of the hairs, rinsing the razor with cold water as you go. When you are completely finished, you can rinse off any excess shaving gel and hair residue from the skin. Pat dry with a clean towel.
Always finish with a layer of aftershave cream. Apply the cream all over your face, paying special attention to the areas of skin where you have just shaved. The cream keeps the skin protected and moisturised, reducing the risk of developing razor bumps, ingrown hairs and pimples after shaving.
Why do we get razor bumps?
Razor bumps, itching and other skin irritations after shaving are normal. When you drag the razor across your skin, it's no wonder it gets irritated. Luckily, with the right products, you can soothe and protect your skin to minimise irritation.
The first step is to cleanse the skin clean and free from dirt as well as bacteria. Minimising the presence of bacteria on the skin before you start using the razor will ensure that they don't get into the exposed pores during the process and when you're done.
It's always a good idea to use a shaving gel for the shave itself. This ensures that the hairs are softened and less stubborn when shaving and that the razor glides more easily over the skin. This minimises redness, itching and ingrown hairs.
Caring for your skin after shaving should not be neglected. It is after shaving that the skin's pores are left open and susceptible to bacteria and dirt, which can develop into red bumps and pimples. So make sure you use a face cream designed for use after shaving. The aftershave cream in the pack is infused with both Tea Tree Oil and Tasmanian Pepper to keep the skin protected and soothed.
The aftershave cream can be used right after shaving, but also works well as your daily face cream.
What products can help against shaving rash and razor bumps on the face?
The 3 products in the pack have been specially selected for those who suffer from razor bumps after facial hair removal.
It is important to clean your skin thoroughly before shaving. This removes the bacteria that increase the risk of red bumps and razor burn. If you don't remove the bacteria, you run the risk of them causing trouble after you shave, as they can settle in the open pores and develop into pimples and acne.
The shaving gel keeps your skin smooth along the way, minimising skin irritation from friction from the razor. The shaving gel is clear so you can easily see what you are doing while shaving. This minimises the risk of cuts and other accidents when shaving your beard.
It is just as important to take good care of your skin after shaving. When you apply the Aftershave Cream from the pack, you will immediately feel how it cools and soothes your skin, which may be irritated from shaving.
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