Every Cameroonian lady already knows that having a hair free and smooth pubic area makes one sexy and neat. Yes! shaving the pubic area is equally as important as shaving the armpit.
Aside the hygienic aspects, most guys don’t like it when its bushy down there. Its a turn off for most guys.
In fact most guys will easily agree with the opinion that “a woman should only have hair on her head”. But keeping the pubic area and armpit completely bald is not as easy as most guys think.
Getting rid of hair via shaving, waxing, electrolysis, laser and other hair removal techniques is actually easy as it takes less than 20 minutes but after shaving comes the popular wahala as shaving irritates the skin, leaves razor bumps in the pubic area and armpit that makes some women insecure especially when putting on bikini as they obviously don’t want friends to sight those shave bumps on their pubic area and think they have some kind of STD down there.
Struggling With Ingrown Hair Problems after shaving? Tired of Bumps Post Shaving & Waxing?
Are you tired of waking up every morning worrying about ingrown hairs and razor bumps in your pubic area under arm?
If yes, then this article was written for you.
In this article, you will learn how to get rid of the annoying razor bumps in your bikini area and armpit as well as how to prevent the razor bumps after shaving to ensure that you always have a smooth and flawless armpit and bikini line.
Before we start addressing this annoying razor bump issue, let me first of all begin by providing basic info about razor bumps for the benefits of people who found this article by accident.
So what is a razor bump (in pubic area)???
For those of you who don’t know, razor bumps (also called pseudofolliculitis barbae, shave bumps, Ingrown hair, razor pimples, razor burn etc) are small, irritated bumps like pimples that appear on the skin after shaving or using other hair removal techniques like waxing and plucking. Hair removal by chemical depilatory may also cause the condition in some cases, too.
However razor bumps are more likely to appear on the skin after shaving than after waxing & hair removal by chemical depilatory. Razor burn, or folliculitis, generally occurs immediately after shaving or when the hair is growing back.
Razor bumps prone areas of the body
There are certain areas of the body that razor bumps are prone to appear.
For the men, after shaving razor bumps are most likely to occur in the following areas:
*** Face (particularly the chin, neck, lower cheeks)
*** Back of head
*** Underarms (armpit)
*** Groin (pubic area after shave)
For the ladies it appears on the bikini/pubic area after shaving pubic hairs, armpit, legs and chin (for the ladies with chin hairs) after shaving. And this becomes a night mare to some ladies as its irritating and makes them self conscious on the beach when putting on their bikini as they don’t want friend to see those ugly looking razor bumps and think they have some type of sexually transmitted disease going on down there LOL.
While the primary symptom is raised pimple-like bumps, others discomforts (symptoms) associated with razor bumps include;
*** Itching (in grown hairs)
*** Darkening of the skin (dark spots)
*** Small papules (solid, rounded bumps)
*** Pustules (pus-filled, blister-like lesions)
Wondering if there’s actually a solution to razor bumps in Cameroon???
Yes there are products for razor bumps and ingrown hair treatment in Cameroon that can effectively get rid of the annoying razor bumps within 30 days and also prevent it from occurring so you can shave your hair without worrying about razor bumps.
The solution to this issue has been available for decades, yet many Cameroonians have been suffering from the skin condition for many years and feeling hopeless.
The reason many Cameroonians find it difficult to solve this issue, is due to wrong diagnosis or they don’t even know what it is.
If you don’t know what your problem is, how can you even search for a solution in the first place???
I remember 3 yrs ago, a guy who had razor bumps at the back of his neck, published a photo of his razor bumps in a WhatsApp that i was part of and no body was able to identify it as razor bumps talk less of providing a solution.
Some Cameroonians often mistake razor bump for acne, fungi infection, STD and this explains why they haven’t been able to solve the issue as they keep using the wrong products (acne & fungi creams) to get rid of it or prevent it.
Some ladies try to get rid of razor bumps by popping the razor bumps but end up causing more problem as this pave the way for dark spots and may even result to permanent skin damage.
Unlike acne(pimples), razor bumps are caused by Ingrown hairs.
Razor bumps appear on the skin when a hair that’s been shaved starts to grow back but instead of growing outward, it instead curves into the skin and grows inward. This leads to tiny, swollen pimple-like bumps on the skin (often called razor bumps) that may hurt (irritates).
So after shaving, tweezing, plucking or waxing the hairs on your pubic area and armpit, you may likely develop razor bumps in those areas of the body hence razor bumps can occur in any area of the skin that’s been shaved. Not only in the aforementioned areas. Girls who also like shaving their eye brows will likely develope razor bumps (ingrown) in that area.
And this skin condition is very common with ladies who shave without using shaving creams and using the common “shaving big” with a razor that cuts hairs short. If you have coarse, curly hairs, these shortened/shaved hairs can curve into your skin and starts growing inward. Your skin then reacts to these ingrown hairs causing pimple-like bumps on the skin..
Razor bump and ingrown hair treatment In Cameroon
Razor bumps are more than just an annoyance; in some cases, they can cause permanent damage if they’re not treated.
However in most instances, ingrown hair (razor bump) get better without treatment.
If you are faced with stubborn razor bumps, the Razor bump and ingrown hair treatment products below will get rid of the annoying razor bumps and also prevent it so that you won’t worry about the ugly razor bump whenever you shave.
1) CFS Razor Bump and Ingrowth Hair Spray.
Our CFS Razor Bump and Ingrowth Hair Spray is the number 1 solution to razor bump and ingrowth hair in the pubic area and armpit.
The razor bump treatment product contains witch-hazel plant extract and Oloe Vera , which relieves the irritation and itchiness caused by the razor bumps and reduces the appearance of the bumps till you ultimately achieve a smooth skin.
Spraying our Razor bump and ingrowth Hair Spray on your skin after shaving or waxing can clear hair follicles and enable hair to grow outward thereby preventing razor bumps.
2) Razor Bumps Ingrown Hair Removal Roll on Serum for razor bump and dark spot treatment
This Razor bumps ingrown hair removal roll on serum effectively gets rid of razor bumps and ingrown hair at the pubic area and armpit as well as lighten the dark spots caused by the razor bumps. This product can also prevent you from developing razor bumps if applied on the skin after shaving. Its good for Cameroonian ladies battling with razor bumps and ingrown hairs.
This product will get rid of the annoying razor bumps within 30 days so you can have a smooth bikini line and ready to put on your swim suit again without feeling insecure.
3) Exfoliation Technique
Another easy way that most Cameroonians can completely get rid of stubborn razor bumps and prevent ingrown hairs especially those at the armpit is by exfoliating in order to remove the old layer of skin cells from the surface of the skin that are covering the ingrown hairs so that they can grow outward there by getting rid of the bumps.
Like i mentioned earlier, razor bumps do appear on the skin after shaving when hair grow inward rather than outward. In other word razor bumps after shaving, are caused by ingrown hairs.
The dermatologists say the reason why strands of hairs grow inward instead of outward is because they are obstructed by dead skin cells that have clogged pores.
Razor bumps & ingrown hairs develop when excess skin cells clog the pores and trap the hair inside and When there is too much of a dead skin buildup up, this is what creates the pesky ingrown.
By scrubbing/exfoliating the affected area 2-3 times a week, you can remove the dead skin cells covering the ingrown hair thereby making it possible for hair to grow up the follicle without difficulty leading to disappearance of the bumps and their wahala (irritation, pain, insecurity etc). After few days of consistent scrubbing of the area, you’ll noticed that hair is finally growing outwards and your pores are easy to open so you can get the infected hair out.
After exfoliating the affected area, its also advisable to apply the Razor Bumps Ingrown Hair Removal Roll on Serum on the area to moisturize and soothe the area incase you are having any irritation.
You can also prevent razor bumps and ingrown hairs by exfoliating the areas prone to develop razor bump & ingrown hairs after shaving in order to remove any layer of dead skin cells that may clog pores in that area and cause the razor bumps to develop again.
The flexible bristles of our exfoliating brush will stimulate the skin anywhere you remove hair, expertly reversing razor bumps and ingrown hairs, as well as preventing them in the future!
You can use exfoliating brush on wet or dry skin all over the body, including but not limited to the legs, armpits, neck, beard, bikini line, and more.
Exfoliation is actually a good way to rid razor bumps and prevent them. And this explains why ladies who often exfoliate, hardly develop razor bumps after shaving.
Are you tired of waking up every morning worrying about ingrown hairs and razor bumps? Brush that fear away with our bristle exfoliating brush. It’s a chemical-free, simple to use, all-natural way to treat and prevent razor bumps and ingrown hairs.
Ingrown hair exfoliating brush stops ingrown hairs and razor bumps in their tracks!
So many Cameroonians often neglect their armpit, back of the neck and groin when exfoliating and those are the areas where the razor bumps often appear.
Wondering how to exfoliate the affected area???
Depending on your skin type, you can either exfoliate the affected area using an Exfoliating brush and soap.
Gently scrub the problem areas for 15 – 30 seconds whenever you want to take your bath and apply the Razor Bumps Ingrown Hair Removal Roll on Serum on the problem area after taking your bath. Brush with the exfoliating bruth once in the morning and once at night for 15-30 seconds each. With regular, twice daily use you’ll be enjoying noticeable results in no time!
Do this consistently for 15 days and you’ll noticed that hairs are finally growing outwards and your pores are easy to open so you can get the infected hair out and finally free from the annoying razor bumps with a soft and smooth skin.
Our razor bump exfoliating bump will fits so perfectly in the palm of your hand that you may think it was custom made just for you. Simple and comfortable to hold no matter where you need ingrown hair relief.
Exfoliate with our CFS exfoliating brush to see and feel the bump-free difference as dead skin cells are massaged away, follicles clear, and tricky ingrown hairs dislodge, revealing healthy, radiant skin!.
NOTE: Our razor bump exfoliating brush can only be used to get for Ingrown Hairs and Razor Bumps (known as Pseudofolliculitis barbae) treatment. NOT for Acne bumps, Blackhead bumps, Keloid bumps, Folliculitis bumps (butt acne).
Its also important to note that our razor bump and ingrown hair exfoliating brush is different from the normal exfoliating brush that we often sell with our skincare products which has softer bristle.
The bristles on our razor bump exfoliating brush are much harder and sharper than those on a dry brush and this makes it great for releasing ingrown hairs. While some people seem to find it too painful, they really do help extract ingrown hairs way more than our normal exfoliating brush.
That being said, I’ve personally found that this also works better as a preventative measure than the common dry brush we often recommend for exfoliation.
For the people with dry and sensitive skin, you can use our turmeric scrub to get those dead cells out of the way and allow the hair to come to the surface.
Exfoliating scrubs can be applied directly to the skin using a gentle, circular motion. You can wash your skin with warm water after applying the scrub. Because Exfoliating scrubs speeds up the skin’s natural sloughing process, it can help razor bumps clear up really quickly and give the skin a smoother appearance.
We sell our exfoliating scrubs together with the Razor Bumps Ingrown Hair Removal Roll on Serum which helps to moisturize and soothe the affected area to prevent any further irritation.
The Razor Bumps Ingrown Hair Roll on Serum can also lighten the dark spots caused by the razor bumps.
If you can’t afford our turmeric exfoliating scrub, you can mix sugar and olive oil together to form a do-it-yourself exfoliator.
Rub the exfoliator or paste over the affected area in a circular motion for five minutes. Rinse off with warm water.
NOTE: Do not use needles or tweezers to dig out the ingrown hair. This can cause bacterial infections and scarring.
How to prevent razor bumps ingrown hair in Pubic area
The good news is that there are things you can do to stop the bumps from occurring in many cases. Prevention techniques include the following:
- *** Avoid shaving too closely.
- *** Shave in the direction of hair growth rather than “against the grain.
- *** Use a non-irritating shaving cream.
- *** Use an electric razor.
- *** Avoid pulling skin while shaving.
- *** Reduce the frequency of shaving.
- *** Replace your razor frequently.
- *** Exfoliate your pubic area and armpit before and after shaving the hairs in the area.
Frequently asked questions about Razor bumps in Cameroon
What are ingrown hairs???
Ingrown hairs occur when a hair follicle becomes clogged with dead skin cells. If those particles – also known as the “dead layer” – aren’t removed, they trap hairs under the epidermis. The result is an ingrown hair that’s painful and inflamed.
What are razor bumps???
Razor bumps appear when the hair is cut off where it exits the skin, curls back and starts growing inwards. The body recognizes this hair as a foreign object and triggers an inflammatory response that includes redness, itchiness and a raised area. It looks a bit like a pimple – thus the “bumps” in razor bumps.
Whats the difference between Razor burn and herpes???
Razor bumps or STD???
Shaving your pubic hair can often create skin irritation and ingrown hairs, resulting in red bumps that can be mistaken for STD symptoms like herpes sores but there’s a difference between the two.
Razor burn (razor bump) is an acne-like rash that often appear on the skin after shaving. Ingrown hairs look like pimples with a yellow center, while herpes sores look more like fluid-filled blisters with clear liquid.
Like i mentioned earlier, razor bumps occur when curly hairs get stuck inside the hair follicles. Instead of growing straight out of the follicle, hairs meet resistance from dead skin at more steeply angled pore openings and the hair curls back around inside the pore and this causes inflamed, painful, red bumps.
Razor bumps may be painful or itchy while herpes sores may have tingling sensation on the infected area, itching or burning, redness on the infected area, fever, fatigue or not feeling healthy.
After shave razor bump is actually a common skin issue in Cameroon and is very common among the guys with over 40% of Cameroonian men & ladies currently battling with the issue with constant discomfort and countless bumps in their beard area, chin and back of the head.
How to prevent razor bump after wax?
The easiest way to prevent razor bumps after wax is by exfoliating the razor bump prone areas after waxing. This will remove any dead skin cells that may clog pores there by prevent hairs from growing outward.
You can also apply our Ingrown hair roll on serum to moisturize and soothe the problem areas if you are experiencing any itchy sensation after waxing.
How to prevent razor bump in your pubic area and armpit after shave??
The same rule applies here.
Exfoliate the razor bump prone areas after before and after shaving. This will remove any dead skin cells that may clog pores there by prevent hairs from growing outward.
You can also avoid razor bumps by not removing hair or not shaving very close to the skin. This explains why guys who keep beards don’t often develop razor bumps.
If keeping beards is not an option, you might try other hair removal methods like waxing or hair removal creams that lessen the risk of developing razor bumps from ingrown hair.
Ok we have come to the end of this article.
You now have the solution to the annoying razor bumps in your bikini line, armpit, face, back of your neck etc
Like i mentioned earlier, Razor bumps are more than just an annoyance; in some cases, they can cause permanent damage if they’re not treated.
The dermatologist say if treated early, most serious complications from razor bumps can be avoided. But if the bumps aren’t treated, there’s a risk of scarring. This can include keloid scarring, which consists of hard, raised bumps. In rare cases, abscesses may form, and you may need surgical intervention which may cost you tons of money.
Contact us today to get our razor bump products and get rid of that stubborn razor bumps that you have been battling with for many years.
We can’t wait for you to feel more confident and comfortable in your own skin now that you won’t have to worry about the the itchy and embarassing razor bumps all the time.
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