Preventing bikini bumps

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If you're not that into pubic hair, you'll probably know the immense, all-consuming discomfort you feel the day after shaving your bikini region. It's so awful, it makes many women turn to the pricier and ouchier waxing instead, or just leaving it au naturel to save all the hassle and cash which, btw, we're all for. But one Reddit user , who previously worked as a stripper for four years so knows what it's like to have her crotch quite literally in the spotlight, has shared her trusted techniques to a blemish-free bikini area after shaving. Since they are made for faces, they are extra gentle. Skin Doctors contains Acetylsalicylic and glycolic acid - both of which are known for their ability to dissolve any build up of dead skin cells from the surface of the dermis and prevent pores clogging and ingrown hairs. Clever, huh?

The Right Way to Shave Your Bikini Area to Avoid Bumps

Shaving rash - A former stripper shares her tips for preventing bikini line shaving rash

Ah, yes, razor bumps. An inevitable side effect of shaving—or are they? It may seem like every time you shave—especially your bikini line—those oh-so-uncomfortable little red razor bumps pop up and refuse to go away. And to deal with them on your wedding day or right before a beach honeymoon? No, thank you.

3 Steps to Prevent Razor Bumps and Folliculitis on Your Bikini Line

We chatted with board-certified dermatologist Dr. Debbie Palmer for tips on making your next shave smooth sailing. When you hop in the tub, shampoo, condition, and cleanse your bod before going anywhere near your razor.
Every product is independently selected by obsessive editors. Things you buy through our links may earn us a commission. Razor bumps are basically ingrown hairs , which can pop up anywhere you remove hair, and often occur on more delicate areas where the hair is coarse, like the bikini line. Luckily, there are lots of products out there that you can use before and after waxing and shaving to help prevent or eliminate irritation — including some products that you might have assumed were only for the face but are more versatile than we thought. We talked to nine aestheticians, waxing experts, and dermatologists to hear which creams , gels , and serums to reach for in the days after waxing or shaving, and other steps you can take to stave off razor bumps in the first place.