10 Fastest Ways To Get Rid of Razor Bumps or Bikini Bumps…

  1. Don't shave for at least 2-to-3 days to give your razor bumps a chance to heal & go away and if you must shave… Use a Depilatory Cream or waxing for hair removal to prevent razor bumps.
  2. Apply heat on your razor bumps for 5-to-10 minutes using a hot compress or washrag soaked in hot water to shrink the razor bumps and kill any germs that could make your razor bumps look worse.
  3. Put hydrocortisone cream on your razor bumps to get rid of the redness, inflammation and the itching and once your razor bumps fade away in 1-to-3 days… Stop using the hydrocortisone cream because your skin may develop rashes if you use it too much.
  4. Wear cotton underwear or breathable clothing because wearing clothes made out of synthetic materials wont allow your skin to breathe and this will also trap in bacteria & sweat making your razor bumps get worse.
  5. Don't pick your razor bumps and don't rub the areas of your skin with razor bumps because when you do that you just slow down the healing process where your razor bumps eventually fade away.
  6. Put cornstarch on your razor bumps for 20 minutes and then rinse it off.
  7. You can use a cucumber and milk mask by mixing ½ a pureed cucumber and a ¼ cup of milk and then letting it cool in your refrigerator and then you would apply this to your razor bumps for 10-to-20 minutes and rinse it off.
  8. Use razor bump removal products like Razor Bump Relief that have witch hazel & salicylic acid as the main ingredients.
  9. Use aloe vera or Tea Tree Oil creams & sprays to help you get rid of razor bumps faster.

10. Prevention Is The Best Cure

To prevent razor bumps…

To Focus More On Getting Rid of Bikini Bumps…

1. Use proper shaving technique meaning you…

2. Use new blades each time you shave

When dealing with your sensitive bikini area you don't want to use dull blades that will cut your skin and you also don't want to use old blades that contain germs.

3. Keep your bikini area germ free

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There are 18 comments

thanks for the tips, shaving with a safety razor will eliminate skin irritation and give your face a clean look. Choose the top rated beard trimmer here:

February 16, 2015


just got a wizker brush hoping it helps

February 05, 2015


Nice stuff, very helpful. I was searching for this kind of tips, especially home remedies.

You know, before coming here I gotta read another stupid article.

I didn't like their style very much, don't know why.

Anyway, good work. Keep it up.

January 10, 2015


I like Bump Patrol. Also I exfoliate with an African sponge.

I wrote about it here:


January 08, 2015


Thanks for the tips

September 30, 2014

Willis Sr.

I recommend using the Alpha Mane Razor Bump Treatment Kit. I had really bad bumps from shaving, and they were gone within a week. I simply followed the regimen that came with my package. The kit comes with a razor bump cream and a facial cleanser. PS I'm African American, but I'm guessing it'll be as effective on all skin types.

Here's a link to their page: www.razorbumpcream.com

September 11, 2014


Pls am a girl,nd i noticed dat wen i reached d age of 16 i started growing beards nd nw i av disturbing bumbs dat never go away which makes me get weird looks from people..i have tried different products but none works..pls i need help*by d way,i stay in nigeria

August 10, 2014


Hi, babydoll!

Try using wax strips or wax cream. Sally Hansen makes a good product you can order online. If you have any bumps afterward, try PersaGel or anything with benzoyl peroxide.

Add ProActiv acne treatment to your skin care routine and that will help tremendously.

August 20, 2014


Thanks for the tip. I am also of Nigerian descent but I'm American and I started growing a bread and mustache early last year. I'm in my mid 20s! I'm praying this works!

December 09, 2014



December 09, 2014


I used the Alpha Mane razor bump cream and other shave products they sell. They also have a shaving regimen on their website that I follow. I would definitely recommend anyone with razor bumps to check them out

April 02, 2014


Awesome. I just bought their razor bump treatment kit. And I plan on following their razor bump regimen daily. Based on their review, I'm thinking this will definitely help get rid of my bumps. I'm pretty excited. Thanks for the info Nathan

May 05, 2014


What worked for me was the Razor Bump Cream by Alpha Mane Skin Treatments. It helped with my razor bumps and ingrown hair. I'm not entirely sure where their products are being sold, but I purchased mine directly from their website at www.razorbumpcream.com

March 20, 2014


I have sensitive ginger skin. What works for me is to exfoliate the area first, shave then apply anti bacteria face wash, then apply an anti bacterial cream after done like neosporin.

March 17, 2014


The best treatment I found is a product called "The Bumpban". I first tried it last year for bumps I get on my nape and chin/neck area. I did hesitate to order it at first, since I found it online and no one I knew had tried it. Boy, was I happy I did! On the second day I noticed a significant decrease in redness and swelling. After the first week you could hardly tell I ever had any razor bumps.
If you look at what causes razor bumps, you'll see that this product does what's needed - it dislodges the ingrown hair. If interested, the site I bought it on is www.bumpban.com . Yes, it does look a bit abrasive, but I can honestly say u don't feel it at all - kind of like rubbing your finger across your neck.

June 09, 2013


This is an AWESOME! Product & it works. You can also,buy it a Sallys beauty supply.



May 13, 2013


Thank you for the advice!
I ordered mine and find that while it looks different it delivers results! As long as I use it inbetween shaves my bumps have gone away.

April 20, 2013

Jose Lerna

I tried a new product called The BumpBan.
It is a device that dislodges ingrown hairs, preventing the issue before it begins. Check it out www.BumpBan.com

March 26, 2013

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