Most of us already have two big risk factors for developing hair bumps–or “folliculitis”–which is due to irritated hair follicles.
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The results are in, and we found a simple ingrown hair treatment that works!
As you browse this site, you’ll find that we’re very fond of exfoliating. There’s a reason. Because in our own testing, it made a big difference.
After shaving, do razor bumps ruin what should be smooth, clear skin? One little addition to your skin care routine can make a big difference.
Have you discovered how to get rid of razor burn? There are a couple secrets to it…first, you need to know what you’re looking at. Next, know what you’re looking for.
For many of us, when it comes to what causes hair bumps, shaving is the biggest culprit–because of this, they’re often called shaving bumps, razor bumps, or razor rash. But there are other plenty of other causes besides shaving.
Hair bumps and ingrown hairs may be two different things, but shaving can be the cause of both of them.