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Say Bye Bye to Razor Burn

Say Bye Bye to Razor Burn

If you are experiencing razor burn, you are not alone. In fact, you'd actually be surprised how many others go through the exact same thing. Fortunately, there is a simple solution to eradicate this skin concern - the skincare everywhere routine! 

Keep reading to learn more about the products and steps necessary to get rid of razor burn for good.

Click here to learn more about what razor burn is and how to prevent it.


Six Simple Steps

  1. Remove dead skin cells
  2. Soften the skin and hair 
  3. Give the skin a thorough clean
  4. Trim
  5. Shave
  6. Soothe and treat the skin after shaving. 

    Skincare Everywhere Routine

    Step 1. Dry Brush

    Before showering, gently buff your skin with our Nordic Dry Brush. Made with densely packed all natural bristles, this brush will gently sweep away dead skin cells and unclog your pores. 

    Step 2. Exfoliating Scrub

    An exfoliating scrub will soften the skin and hair as much as possible before hair removal. This will allow the razor to glide over the skin with ease and slice the hair off with little to no resistance. Overall this step ensures that the interaction between the blade, hair, and skin is as seamless as possible. We recommend using one of our exfoliating body scrubs. Each formula includes a gentle mixture of Jojoba Oil, Copaiba Oil and Fractionated Coconut Oil that will coat the hair and nourish the skin in order to create a smooth base for the razor.

    Exfoliating Scrub

    Step 3. Cleansing Body Wash

    Cleanse the skin before shaving with a pH balanced body wash. It is natural for bacteria, oil, and dirt to accumulate on the surface of the skin throughout the day. A strong body wash will clean the skin and wash away all of the debris that would otherwise seep into freshly opened hair follicles after shaving.

    Bushbalm Body Cleanser

    Step 4. Trim 

    The final step before going in with a razor should be trimming. The trimmer will cut the hair down to the optimal length so that your razor does not tug on the skin. You could also completely ditch the blade, and only use an electric trimmer to remove hair from your legs.

    Francesca Trimmer

     Step 5. Shave

    Shave with the grain! That is, move the razor in the same direction that your hair grows. This is necessary to minimize tugging and prevent razor bumps. Also, make sure your razor is sharp! A sharp blade will remove as much hair as possible with as little strokes as possible. You should replace your blade every ten shaves. 

    Click here to learn some key shaving techniques to help you avoid razor burn.

    Step 6. Treat the area:

    It is necessary to go in with a treatment oil after hair removal. An effective treatment oil will soothe the skin and heal any skin irritations. Bushbalm’s treatment oils are packed with a combination of rich oils that combat dryness and replenish your skin after hair removal. Each formula is infused with Tea Tree Oil - a natural healer with antibacterial, anti-inflammatory, antiviral, and antifungal properties. This star ingredient provides a soothing sensation to calm redness, swelling and inflammation.

    Bushbalm Treatment Oil

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