Seasonal changes can take a toll on sensitive skin — and aggravate shaving issues, like razor burn, razor bumps and ingrown hairs.
The most common skin irritations can come from shaving too closely using too much pressure on the face. That’s the case with ingrown hairs and razor bumps, where the hair grows into (not out of) the skin. Redness and razor burn are brought on by friction from shaving too long or too hard.
Here’s what you can do to change your routine and beat the heat.
2. Shave when and where it’s cooler See more below ↓
Shaving is a hot bathroom or during the heat of the day can make razor burn worse. Try shaving in the evening to give irritable skin a chance to recover overnight.
2. Shave when and where it’s cooler
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