6 tips to avoid razor studs
Mature changes, and today shaving gear, or a shaver, is also part of many women's everyday lives. Hair on the legs, hair under the arms, hair in the bikini line; it all needs to go away and maybe even more than that, and a lot of people fight afterwards with annoying razors or ingrown hairs that wreak havoc and inflammation especially in the intimate area.
- Use scissors or a lady's garden with trimmer to take the top of the growth.
- Soften the skin by heating it, for example, in a sitting bath or by laying a steaming, hot cloth over a minute or two.
- Now the hair is ready for a game of foam, jelly or oil, for example Shavesafe without perfume, parabens or dyes from sinful.dk, Avivir Aloe Vera Woman's Shave, which is a mousse, or Face &Body Oil from Juhldal, which is pure, cold pressed apricot kernel oil, the latter available in the health food and at Matas. You can also drip some drops of pure Tea Tree Oil, or Citridal, which is extract of grapefruit seeds, into your shaving foam.
- Before you go to war with the scraper, make sure that the razor blade is new and sharp and be extra careful with disposable razors. Rinse off the hairs from the blade with cold water along the way. Shave your hair first.
- Finally wash with an intimate soap, for example Vivag, which has a low pH and is added lactic acid that strengthens the skin's own protection.
- Once you have dried well, grease yourself with a good cream that prevents bacteria and thus buds. Particularly effective is Propolis ointment from Danasan or Nova TTO with Tea Tree Oil from Novasel. You can also get a women's aftershave with Aloe vera from Avivir.