How To Get Rid Of Razor Burn! by Olivia Fonti - Musely
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How To Get Rid Of Razor Burn!

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  • Method #1: Black tea!
    Black tea contains tannic acid which reduces redness and inflammation. The cheaper the tea the better because cheaper black tea contains more tannic acid.
    What you'll need:
    1 teabag
    about 1 cup of water
    microwave water for about one minute then add teabag to warm water and let sit for about two minutes stir.
    Then take a cotton ball, or wash cloth and apply to affected area
    or take teabag and directly apply to affected area.
    Let sit for about five minutes then rinse with cool water.

  • Method #2: Baking soda!
    This is better to treat razor burn, then to get rid of razor bones but it works for both. Baking soda helps to reduce redness and inflammation also.
    What you'll need:
    1 cup of warm water
    1 tablespoon of baking soda
    Makes warm water and baking soda in a cup, soak cotton ball or washcloth in mixture and apply to affected area.
    Let mixture dry (about 5 minutes) then rinse with cool water.

  • Method #3: honey and apple cider vinegar!
    Honey is basically amazing for everything if you research it a little. It's amazing antibacterial properties are good for just about anything and will help to sooth the razor bumps/burns. The vinegar will help reduce the inflammation and redness.
    What you'll need:
    Apple cider vinegar
    Layer infected area with honey and let sit for about 5 minutes.
    Then rinse with cool water and pat dry.
    Soak cotton ball or washcloth in Apple cider vinegar and apply to affected area.
    Then let air dry and sit over night.

  • I've tried these myself and they do actually help. If you don't feel like it's working, give it a few days and you'll see results.


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