10 Fastest Ways To Get Rid of Razor Bumps or Bikini Bumps…
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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
Put cornstarch on your razor bumps for 20 minutes and then rinse it off.
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.
Use razor bump removal products like Razor Bump Reliefthat have witch hazel & salicylic acid as the main ingredients.
Use aloe vera or Tea Tree Oilcreams & sprays to help you get rid of razor bumps faster.
10. Prevention Is The Best Cure
To prevent razor bumps…
Stop shaving so much and if you easily get razor bumps after every time you shave then that means you need to take at least 2-to-3 days off in between shaving to allow your current razor bumps to heal and go away and if you must shave everyday…
Then it may be better for you to use an electric shaver instead of regular razors (or vice versa) to prevent you from getting razor bumps altogether but…
You can use warm water to soften up your bikini area by showering or placing a warm rag over that area for 5 minutes before shaving and…
The softer your skin is = the easier it'll be for your razor blade to shave off your bikini area without doing any damage to your skin that will cause bikini bumps.
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
Instead of using regular soap switch to germicidal soaps
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
After you've finished shaving your bikini area… Use an aftershave like Lidocaine
to kill any germs that may cause bikini bumps.