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    razor burn on chest?

    I shave my chest, maybe 2x a week. What can I put on it so that theres no red bumps after? Is it the shaving cream? or should I be putting lotion on it after?

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    bump?

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    Some people are just prone to it. If you make sure your razor is really clean it should help. I have a friend who after each shaving stroke instead of puttin the razor into the water in a sink he put it into a "jar" of rubbing alcohol to kill bacteria. Also apply after shave (yes even to ur chest).
    And try not putting ur shirt on for an hour after. Keep it really clean, see if that helps.

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    maybe you could try one the many hair removing creams/sprays instead of shaving.

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    You could purchase shaving cream for "sensitive skin".

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    Tend Skin............... google it.
    You can also find it on Ebay... the shit works good.

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    use "tend skin" its a product for razor burn/irritation. works great but expensive and smells like s*it.

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    my bad jester already beat me to it.

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    Also another option is laser treatment, which is permenant removal of the hair.... I have a family friend that is a OB/GYN and has one of these as a side deal to make some extra cash, treatments are no more than like $50....And you may only need 1 or 2....Def worth it IMO.

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    My ex used to use "bump stop"... probably same as tend skin.

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