How To Prevent Razor Bumps In Your Bikini Area

Posted by Vanessa Alvarez on

If you shave your bikini area, you probably know how annoying razor bumps/ingrown hairs can be. Sometimes they're even painful plus, they leave behind scars and dark spots that can really make a person feel insecure. Good thing there's natural and simple ways to prevent them and natural ways to fade the blemishes left behind.

That's right! You can get rid of them without the use of harmful chemicals or expensive treatments that often only make the problem worse. Keep reading to learn how to treat and prevent razor bumps/ingrown hairs effectively. Below you're also going find a few tips to brighter and clearer skin down there so that you never have to worry about bumps or hyperpigmentation when you wear a bikini! 

What Are Razor Bumps?

Razor bumps, or ingrown hairs, are small, irritated bumps on the skin. They occur after you shave, it is when the strands of hair curl back on themselves and grow into the skin. They cause irritation and bumps. They also may cause scarring. You can get these on your bikini area, underarms, legs or any other body part you shave.

How To Treat And Prevent Razor Bumps?

The best way to treat and prevent razor bumps is by doing this ONE thing I mention below, and by creating a consistent routine. Consistency is key!


I don't know where you heard that you should be exfoliating AFTER you shave but, it doesn't even make sense. Exfoliating BEFORE shaving will soften and smoothen the skin so that you can achieve closer and cleaner shave with the razor. This helps prevent razor bumps. After shaving, our skin becomes more sensitive, and you shouldn't be scrubbing after.

Our Glow Scrub will help prep your skin for a perfect shave. And not only does it help with shaving, but it's also made with powerful ingredients that target hyperpigmentation. It is going to get rid of skin cells that make the skin appear darker and it promotes skin cell regeneration which will result in brighter and healthier looking skin. 


2. Use A Men’s Razor

A few studies have shown that men’s razors are made with higher quality blades and will give a closer and cleaner shave. Plus, some men’s razors are made to navigate around areas in the face that are harder to reach like the chin, cheeks, neck and even the nose. So, using a men’s razor will make it a lot easier to shave your bikini area.

Before you shave, use warm water to open up the pores. This also helps prevent razor bumps and even razor burns.

And, don’t shave against the grain! 

3. Use Shaving Cream

Shaving cream can also help you achieve a closer and cleaner shave. It softens and hydrates the hair to make it easier to shave it away. The less force you have to use, the more likely it is that you will prevent razor bumps and burns.

Use a shaving cream that is natural and unscented because chemicals and fragrances can affect your PH balance.

4. Wear Cotton Material

Other materials won’t let your skin breathe and recover properly. Cotton underwear help prevent itching, and even help prevent infections. 

Vag Skin Care Is Just As Important!

You should be exfoliating consistently in order to achieve clear glowing skin on your bikini area.

If you're struggling with razor bumps, scars, dark spots, ingrown hairs or even bad odors our Glow Scrub is going to change the game!!!!!

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