Using a razor can sometimes irritate your skin. Most often it manifests itself in the form of a red rash and causes a burning sensation, in rare cases, tumors may appear. There are many reasons for this irritation, such as increased skin sensitivity or the use of dull blades.
It is necessary
- - towel and ice;
- - aspirin;
- - honey;
- - yogurt;
- - cucumber;
- - pain relievers;
- - antibacterial creams;
- - after shave lotions and creams.
If you experience skin irritation after shaving, try applying a cold compress to your skin. This remedy soothes the skin, relieves inflammation, and also reduces itching. To make this compress, you can soak a towel in cold water or wrap a few pieces of ice in it. This procedure must be carried out 2-3 times a day.
Regular aspirin is a very effective remedy for inflammation and redness. A solution of this medicine can help relieve shaving irritation. To prepare such a solution, crush two aspirin tablets and mix them with a teaspoon of warm water to a paste. Apply this solution to your skin and let it sit for 10 minutes. At the end of the procedure, rinse off the solution with warm water. Do this twice a day every day. Do not use this method if you have sensitive skin.
The antibacterial properties of honey can also be used to combat skin irritations. In addition, honey moisturizes the skin well and prevents infection. To prepare a medicinal solution, you must mix a teaspoon of honey with a tablespoon of yogurt. Apply this solution to your skin for about 20 minutes. At the end of the procedure, rinse off the solution with warm water. Do this daily 3-4 times a day until the skin is completely healed.
Cucumber also has anti-inflammatory properties, it helps to stop inflammatory processes. Cucumbers also have pain relieving properties, so you can get rid of burning and itching. Freeze the cucumber slice in the freezer, then place it on your skin for 10 minutes. Repeat this procedure several times throughout the day until the irritation is completely eliminated.
To combat irritation, you can use pain relievers such as Lidocaine, Bacitracin or Neosporin in the form of ointments. These remedies help fight itching and burning of the skin.
To get rid of irritation and burning, you can use regular aftershave cream, do it twice a day (morning and evening). You can also use any antibacterial cream, such as hydrocortisone.
Try using aftershave, just make sure it doesn't contain alcohol, it shouldn't be flavored. The presence of irritations makes the skin extremely sensitive, the ingress of alcohol will only aggravate the situation. Look for lotions with high moisturizing properties. It is desirable that they include glycolic or salicylic acid. These substances help prevent infections.