Razor Burn, Bumps And Ingrown Hairs

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Contrary to popular belief, razor burn, bumps and ingrown hairs are not caused by shaving, but rather improper skincare.

A man’s skin, which is typically 20% thicker than a woman’s, is rich in collagen and elastin, making it firmer and giving it a built-in advantage in the aging process. However, it is oilier, has a tendency to sweat more, and is prone to dehydration due to daily shaving.

The daily skincare routine of most men begins and ends with soap and water. Those willing to adopt a regimen of cleansing, protecting and moisturizing after shaving may see a noticeable difference.

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