How to get rid of razor burn in an hour or less
Razor burn is an uncomfortable and irritating skin condition that often occurs after shaving, waxing or trimming body hair. You will recognize it by redness, itching and sometimes even uncomfortable pain. While it can be quite a nuisance, the good news is that it can be treated quickly and effectively with some new and innovative products.
Here is a routine focused on using the Hydrogel Vajacial Mask to soothe razor burn in only 10 minutes.
How to soothe razor burn in 10 minutes with the Hydrogel Vajacial Mask?
By using our Hydrogel Vajacial Mask you'll see smoother skin and less redness. The process for reducing redness and razor burn with a Hydrogel Vajacial Mask is very simple. You'll open the mask and apply it to your razor burn. After application, you will relax for 10 minutes as the Hyaluronic Acid and Aloe Vera begin to hydrate the skin and soften the appearance of redness.
We recommend finishing this routine by applying an Ingrown Hair Oil, as that will further hydrate and speed up the process of healing razor burn.
Steps to Treat Razor Burn in 10 Minutes
- Open the Hydrogel Vajacial Mask
- Apply the mask for 10 minutes
- Remove and apply an ingrown hair oil to further hydrate
What is a Hydrogel Mask?
A hydrogel mask is jelly like mold that is typically formulated with ultra hydrating ingredients, such as Hyaluronic Acid, Aloe Vera, and Glycerin. You'll typically find hydrogel masks for the face, but you can now find a hydrogel masks formulated for your pubic region, where razor burn is very common.
Hydrogel Mask for Vajacials
If you are shaving your bikini line you may experience razor burn. The Hydrogel Vajacial Mask is formulated to soothe razor burn in as little as 10 minutes. The fast acting ingredients provide deep hydration. To do a vajacial at home you can follow 4 basic steps.
Before and After Treating Razor Burn in 10 minutes
Below you'll find results of using the Hydrogel Vajacial Mask for razor burn. This is 10 minutes after a bikini wax.
How long does razor burn typically last untreated?
You'll typically see razor burn last roughly one week. However, depending on your skin type and treatment you'll see this reduced or lengthened. If you are itching your razor burn, which is common, it will last significantly longer. If you are treating your razor burn with a hydrogel mask and soothing oil you'll be seeing faster results.