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Homenavarrow Health & Personal Care

How to soothe razor burn naturally

We have all managed to somehow get razor burn when shaving our legs, or men when shaving their faces. And it is so incredibly painful! Here is a quick way to treat razorburn.

Take a fresh tea bag and give it a super quick dip in water to get it wet. Then gently apply the tea bag to the affected area for a few minutes. You might want to use a towel so you don't end up dripping tea everywhere when you are soaking your skin.

Your razor burn should be soothed. Avoid putting moisturizer or any products on the area, as some will definitely irritate the area, the last thing you want to do for a healing razor burn!

 



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