How To Get Rid Of Ingrown Hairs And Razor Bumps At Home

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When waxing is not an option, it’s a razor to the rescue! And while shaving has several hair-removing benefits (such as being so convenient and so much more pain-free!), it does have one major drawback – razor bumps.

For those who aren’t already aware, razor bumps basically occur in frequent shavers – it’s when hairs remain inside the tiny hair follicles and start growing into your skin. Usually, these ingrown hairs look like inflamed, red bumps, which can totally ruin the “smooth as silk” look that you’re going for.

1. Use Some Crushed-Up Aspirin

-Aspirin is a staple in every household’s medicine cabinet. It’s the go-to drug of choice when dealing with mild fevers, pain, and inflammation, but it may also be your white knight to combat those razor bumps!