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What are different home remedies for Razor burns?

What are Razor Burns?

• Razor bumps are also known as shaving bumps and pseudo folliculitis barbae.
• They are the consequence of too-close shaving.
• Hair that’s cut too short can curl back into the skin, resulting in tender, swollen bumps that can be skin-colored or reddened.
• Your immune system reacts to ingrown hair the same way it reacts to splinters, producing inflammation.
• Razor bumps aren’t an infection.
• The ongoing irritation can lead to folliculitis, an infection of the hair follicles.
• Although most folliculitis cases are mild, “deep” folliculitis can result in permanent hair loss and scarring.
• One can protect from razor bumps.

Symptoms of Razor Burns

• Swelling
• Blistering
• Scarring of the skin
• Infections

Home Remedies for Razor Burns

1. Cotton ash paste
• Make a cotton ash paste by burning a piece of white cotton fabric and mixing its ash with olive oil any other cooking oil.
• Apply this thick paste on the effected skin.
• Do not use cotton directly on razor burns as it tends to adhere to the wound.

2. Yogurt, barley and turmeric paste
• Mix yogurt, barley and turmeric and make a paste out of them.
• Apply it for razor burns treatment.

3. Marigold
• Use Marigold (Calendula officinalis) to give first aid for razor burns injury.
• Apply Calendula infused oil or Calendula ointment for home burn treatment.
• Marigold compress can also be used for soothing the inflamed area due to razor burn.

4. Apply honey on the area as honey has healing property.
5. Put two tbsp of yogurt on the burn and wait for about fifteen minutes. This is one of the effective razor burns cure.
6. Keeping egg whites on the affected area is another effective remedy.
7. Cut an onion and apply soon on the burning area to relieve pain.
8. Soaking the burn in whole milk for 15 minutes is also helpful.

9. Aloe Vera
• Applying Aloe Vera paste or gel on the burn every few hours will help relieve the burning sensation.
• One can also mix Aloe Vera with lavender oil.

10. Lavender Oil
• One should dab on pure essential lavender oil on the burnt area to dissipate the pain in about ten minutes.
• Apply two to three times a day.
• This will relieve the pain and also helps in not leaving a scar due to the burn.

11. Papaya
• Having ripe papaya also makes it good natural remedy for razor burns.
• Papaya contains enzymes that aid in removing dead cells from the injured area.
• It rejuvenates the skins by bringing new cells.

12. Apply some dish washing detergent on the spot onto the burnt area will give relief immediately.

Other Home Treatments and Precautions

• Prepare your skin for shaving.
• Practice proper shaving technique.
• Observe proper post shave hygiene.
• Use Warm, moist compresses.
• Tweeze it with a clean instrument.
• Immediately wash with water.
• Diet plays a very important role in the healing process.
• Use Lotions containing ingredients such as:
– salicylic acid
– oatmeal
– hydrocortisone
– azulene
– allantoin
– witch hazel
– acne medication benzoyl peroxide
• Some of the vitamins important for the recovery are:
– Vitamin B complex
– Vitamin C
– Glutamine
– Arginine
– Copper
– Zinc
– Selenium

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