If you haven’t accidently cut yourself while shaving your legs, are you even doing it right? I mean, of course you are doing it right [that’s how it should be], but it’s just not possible that you haven't accidentally nicked yourself while zealously removing those annoying hairs that keep you from wearing cute skirts and shorts. Minor, unpleasant and painful cuts and nicks are just part of the shaving process.
Even the pros have slip-ups, but that’s okay because you can treat them. What do you generally grab to seal and heal the cut? Hold a warm wash cloth against it or use witch hazel?
Forget all those stingy and painful treatments. Here’s a quick hack that is going to change your life. And, it includes one of your skincare staples. So, the next time you experience a razor cut, just try this genius hack out.
Rinse the cut with water and grab your lip balm to do the trick. Yep! It sounds bizarre but think about it. What can easily heal your chapped and dry lips in a jiffy, can also heal your minor razor cut. These lip balms are made of nourishing oils and hydrating ingredients like aloe vera, shea butter or coconut oil that help heal the cut faster. It also seals the skin and stops the bleeding, thanks to its waxy texture. Take some Vaseline Aloe Soothe Lip Care on a Q-tip or cotton pad and then apply to the cut.