Stopping the shaving process is the best way to get rid of razor bumps, according to WebMD. If ending the shaving process is not immediately possibly, releasing hair follicles that are trapped in the skin with a clean ne... More »

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Laser treatments, dermabrasion and tissue fillers may be utilized to fade lasting razor bump scars, according to the Mayo Clinic. Self-care, such as a warm compress, soothing lotion and cleaning the affected area is the ... More »

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To eliminate razor bumps on your face, wash your face with a cleanser that contains salicylic acid and exfoliate the skin. Apply hydrocortisone cream to reduce redness and swelling, and use a pair of sharp tweezers to re... More »

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Comedonal acne is a milder form of acne typically treated with topical creams and gels, such as retinoids and antiseptics, according to WebMD. Often appearing in teenagers and young adults, comedonal acne is caused by ov... More »

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The common treatments for a red facial rash include over-the-counter creams and ointments, prescription creams or ointments, and stopping any drug that may be causing the rash, according to the National Health Institute ... More »

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To treat razor burn, soothe the area with ice and apply hydrocortisone cream. To prevent razor burn, store your razor outside of the shower and shave less often. More »

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According to WebMD, the easiest way to get rid of heat bumps is by allowing the rash to simply go away on its own. However, taking a cool shower, as well as keeping the affected area cool and dry, can also help get rid o... More »