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(CityRegions.Com, February 19, 2018 ) Razor bumps are a common skin condition that occurs as a result of shaving. The condition is more common in men and usually occurs on the face, the leg, the neck, and the pubic region. Sometimes when a hair is cut off at the point where it exists on the skin, it can curl back and start growing inwards. These ingrown hairs cause irritation to the hair follicle, which swells into a small red lump that looks a bit like a pimple. Symptoms of razor bumps include clusters of small, red, or dark bumps around hair follicles. The surrounding skin is often red and inflamed.
Razor bumps are very annoying and people are always on the lookout for ways to tackle and prevent them. This post by Dr. Dunn A. explains in detail ways to tackle these annoying pimples and can be found at this Medplux website link https://www.medplux.com/10-ways-to-get-rid-of-razor-bumps-fast-overnight/ .
Dr. Dunn A. used infographics on the post to explain what razor bumps are, the types, causes and treatment of razor bumps, and how to prevent razor bumps. The causes of razor bumps highlighted on the post include shaving without using a lubricant and shaving against the direction of one’s hair, while one of the treatments is applying an emollient (a lotion, moisturizer or coconut oil) after a bath. A major step of prevention is regularly exfoliating the skin to remove dead skin cells.
This post is very informative and is exactly what you need to solve your razor bumps problem.
About Dr. Dunn A.
Dunn is a medical doctor at Presbyterian Missionary Hospital and editor at medplux.com. As a philanthropist, he helps and educates people. His goal is to make people aware of medical conditions that affect them. He is a firm believer that information is the key to staying healthy.