Tea tree oil, aspirin, witch hazel and hydrocortisone cream can all be used to quickly rid the body of razor bumps. Preventing razor bumps in the first place is much more effective than trying to get rid of them after th... More »

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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Bikini bumps can be soothed with the application of hydrocortisone cream. The ingrown hairs that cause bumps can be unclogged with a daily pore cleanser containing glycolic and salicylic acid. More »

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To eliminate chicken skin (known as Keratosis Pilaris) on your body, use gentle cleansers, chemical exfoliants and deep moisturizers on the red bumps. Apply sunscreen daily; for stubborn cases of chicken skin, try chemic... More »

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To get rid of acne marks, apply hydrocortisone cream and a fading lotion, cover the skin with sunscreen, and then apply concealer. Repeat this 10-minute process daily. You need hydrocortisone cream, fading lotion, broad-... More »

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Soothe razor burn with crushed ice cubes, a paste of aspirin and water, an aftershave balm or witch hazel treatment. Those suffering from razor burn must wait a few days before shaving again, to avoid further irritating ... More »

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