I can't escape it. Whenever I shave, I get the worst razor burn. I have a good razor(norelco) and I clean it every 2 weeks. I have used aftershave and that still hasn't helped. No matter what I do, my neck is red. Straight razor is out of the question, because I break out from them. Shaving in the shower doesn't work either......any suggestions on what to do?
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Always Red Neck After shaving, any help or tips?
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Shave downward on neck, upward on under cheek/chin bone. Shave with a non-fragrance creme (Nutrigena makes one).
Also shave hot water, immediately throw freezing cold water on face and neck. Works for meRelax & Sleep is a plant-based liquid sleep aid that I have helped develop using my 30 years of experiencing different levels of sleeplessness. Proper sleep is critical to our overall health in numerous ways including immunity support, recovery, rejuvenation, and energy level. If you have trouble sleeping please PM me and I will do my best to help your situation.
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04-12-2004, 10:10 PM #8Originally posted by spartanpower
I have the same problem. I get a **** ton of red bumps on my neck every time I shave. They look ****ing nasty. I always shave with downward strokes on my face and neck. Should I be shaving upwards on my neck?
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04-16-2004, 08:15 AM #13Originally posted by Lax45
I shave in a circular motion.....maybe that's doing it. So simply shave in upward or downward strokes?Relax & Sleep is a plant-based liquid sleep aid that I have helped develop using my 30 years of experiencing different levels of sleeplessness. Proper sleep is critical to our overall health in numerous ways including immunity support, recovery, rejuvenation, and energy level. If you have trouble sleeping please PM me and I will do my best to help your situation.
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how long have you been using an electric? some people have transition periods when going to electrics. it can cause redness and bumps..personally, use a blade(preferably gillete mach 3) and some edge sensitive formula and just shave downwards.
shaving up under the chin is a good way to hoist some japaneese flags on your face."The more sand that has escaped from the hourglass of our life, the clearer we should see through it."
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04-16-2004, 10:30 AM #16Originally posted by chenko
u should be shaving with the grain not against it, under your neck that is up
soften beard properly with very warm cloth
use a moisturising shave gel
make sure your razors are sharp
moisturise after if needed something like aloe vera is good
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