Continued rubbing, poor shaving technique or carelessness can cause your skin to become irritated, cut you and your hair follicles become infected.
The most likely cause is that the hair remains embedded in the skin, as it does not grow properly and the skin interprets it as a foreign body and ignites to try to remove it.
To avoid ingrown hairs, rethink your shaving routine and follow these steps:
Uses a facial scrub and cleanser suitable for your skin type, to say “bye, bye” to dead cells.
Apply a hot towel to your face before shaving to open up your pores for a better shave.
It's a very tasty way to start the day!
Uses a shaving gel transparent and cool to soften the hair and avoid foam that can dry your skin.
Shave in the direction the hair grows, and if it grows to all sides, use a machine with rotating blades.
Clean the blades with water with each pass.
Do not rush too much cowboy style, to avoid skin irritations and cuts.
Take your time and relax during the shave.
Is your moment!
And if you're on your phone while you shave, don't leave half a mustache unshaven.
Replace the blades every five days and if you use a shaver, clean it after every shave.
Don't forget to give yourself aftershave O moisturizing cream After shave.
If you have any ingrown hairs, gently remove them with a needle. Remember you are not a surgeon!
A good routine to rest is to leave a beard for a few days, but without leaving the routine of taking care of yourself.
Take care, man.