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    stonecoldarm is offline Junior Member
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    How to stop red bumps after shaving chest and get rid of ingrown hair?

    I have noticed everytime i shave my chest and stomach i get red bumps here and there and it stays on for like 3 weeks. I also get shit load of ingrown hair. Do you guys have any good products or tricks to stop it? Beach time is almost here, gotta look good

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    Laser.
    Or time will be the only thing that help you out.

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    Stop shaving and use WAX, it will hurt the first couple times but after that its painless

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    Quote Originally Posted by stonecoldarm View Post
    I have noticed everytime i shave my chest and stomach i get red bumps here and there and it stays on for like 3 weeks. I also get shit load of ingrown hair. Do you guys have any good products or tricks to stop it? Beach time is almost here, gotta look good
    I think you need to exfoliate that skin.

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    Wax it bro. The pain is not that bad. If you can deal with the pain of hard training waxing is nothing.

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    Exfoliate your skin before shaving, it will help clear out the hair follicle
    I know this sounds odd, but try shaving with olive oil... your skin is super smooth and hydrated afterwards.

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    Tigershark is offline "Who wants to be Clark Kent, when you can be Superman."
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    I use a good body wash and one of those wash cloths with the netting. I have no idea what it is called but it seems to work for me.

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