Stop shaving bumps by giving the skin a break from shaving to provide time for healing. If a bump is noted, use a clean, sterilized needle or tweezers to lift the end of the hair shaft from the skin. In some cases, shave... More »

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To get rid of hair bumps, exfoliate the skin and apply hydrocortisone cream. To prevent hair bumps, use a sharp blade when shaving, and shave in the direction the hair grows. 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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Although razor bumps usually resolve on their own when shaving is stopped, there are ways to speed up healing, such as tweezing out the offending hairs and applying solutions, ointments and creams to the infected area. R... More »

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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Get rid of dark underarms by waxing or plucking hair instead of shaving. Coconut oil, lime juice and baking soda are natural remedies that lighten dark underarms. More »

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Heal dry skin on your legs by avoiding long showers and shaving, using the right skin care products and moisturizing daily. If the problem worsens or persists, talk to a dermatologist about underlying conditions or furth... More »

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