You cleanse your skin. You moisturize. You use shaving cream. You even clean your razor with alcohol. Or maybe you don’t even shave. So why are you still getting hair follicle bumps?
Get Rid of Hair Bumps!
If you’re looking to get rid of razor bumps, make yourself comfortable. It looks like we found a winner with Bump Stopper.
Here’s one simple way to prevent ingrown hairs: avoid a razor.
But unless you live in a region where Sasquatch-style body hair is in style, you’re still going to want to get rid of it.
What exactly is causing your hair follicle bumps?
It helps to start with talking about what the hair follicle is, and what it does.
Guys, have you heard about the Bump Fighter razor? Chances are, you haven’t…
We’re not sure if the makers of this razor are trying to keep it a secret, or if they’re just relying on word of mouth for advertising. In any case, the secret’s out, and the word is good.
When you think about permanent hair removal, cost might be the first thing that comes to your mind. And that makes sense, because this type of hair removal can cost up to several hundred dollars per treatment. Plus, you might need several treatments, in order to get rid of your unwanted body hair for good. That can add up.
Because we have hair follicles almost everywhere on our bodies, we’re at risk for hair bumps – on legs, especially. That’s because most of us women shave our legs. That is, until we learned other ways to get smooth, silky legs without the bumps.