Home remedy for razor burn help when razor burn appears, which is quite often and can be very unpleasant. Of course, preventing razor burns is a better option, but if it is there already, go ahead and try some of these razor burn remedies.
How to get rid of razor burn?
Aloe Vera gel is natural and soothing. It is used for skin burns and any kind of skin irritation. Apply it after shaving in order to prevent irritation and redness.
Vinegar, apple cider vinegar specifically, is a great antiseptic and works well as a razor burn treatment. Working as an antiseptic, vinegar use is apparent when the bacteria and impurities are present on the skin.
Not only it prevents infection, irritation, and inflammation of the skin, it refreshes is creating a protective layer that stops them from affecting the skin.
However, to be absolutely sure you can use vinegar, I recommend you apply some on the inner side of your lower arm, below the elbow and leaving it on overnight.
If redness and itching occur, do not use any of the recipes that contain vinegar. If there are no signs of irritation, you may proceed.
Strawberry is known as a strong antiseptic and it is most commonly used in preparation of facial masks. It prevents and heals irritation of the skin, at the same time closing off the pores so that impurities can't penetrate it and cause an even worse infection.
Mash a few strawberries and mix them with 1 teaspoon of sour cream. Apply on the area and wash off after 10 minutes or so.
Potato is also an effective home remedy for razor burns. Peel it and slice it and apply it on the irritated area.
After applying any of these home remedies for razor burns, make sure you rinse the legs well and apply a moisturizing homemade body lotion in order to hydrate the skin and avoid dryness and itchiness that might occur.
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