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Home Remedy For Razor Burns
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  • An easy way to treat razor burn at home would be to pat the area with apple cider vinegar.
  • In a tsp of sour cream, mix the pulp of 2 strawberries and form a paste. Apply this paste on the affected area, as a mask, for about 10 minutes. Then, wash the area using lukewarm water. Repeat this twice a week.
  • Aloe vera oil is helpful in curing razor burns. Dab the shaved area with cotton ball that has been soaked in the oil.
  • Potato is effective in curing razor burns. Peel the skin of a potato and cut it in thin slices. Apply this over the affected area.
  • Applying petroleum jelly over the affected area three times a day is an effective way to treat razor burns.
  • Before shaving, moisten the area with a wash cloth, dipped in hot water (mixed with lavender essential oil). Pat the skin several times with this. Now, apply a thin layer of moisturizing oil, like avocado or jojoba. This will help you avoid razor burns and also make shaving an easy process.
  • Mix 1 tbsp each of dried comfrey leaves and dried calendula flowers in 1/2 cup of witch hazel extract and keep it for 2 weeks. Store this lotion and use it whenever razor burns occur. It usually lasts for about 6 months.
  • In ¼ cup of rose water, mix ¼ cup of strained witch hazel. In this, add 1/4 tsp vegetable glycerin, along with 5 drops each of lavender essential oil and sandalwood essential oil. Use it on the affected area. Store it in a cool place and shake it each time before use.
  • Shaving in the direction of hair growth is time consuming, but is definitely one of the safest ways to avoid razor burns.
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