To remove razor bumps, exfoliate the skin, release the hairs with a clean needle, apply hydrocortisone cream to reduce inflammation, and reduce the frequency of shaving. If the bumps persist and look infected, see a doct... More »

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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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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 »

Using the right shaving cream and razor, trimming the hair before shaving, taking a warm shower or bath, exfoliating the skin before shaving, using the proper shaving products, and using additional products that specific... More »

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 »

People use Lidex cream for the itching and inflammation that occurs with certain skin conditions. This cream is a topical adrenocortical steroid and doctors do not fully understand how it works. More »

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Benzoyl peroxide, hydrocortisone and salicylic acid are three topical solutions that can eliminate red spots caused by shaving. Prescription antibiotics and topical steroids may be prescribed for severe cases. More »

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