Tried And Tested Methods To Help You Get Rid Of Razor Bumps

Written by Urvi DalalSep 16, 2023
Tried and tested methods to help you get rid of razor bumps

Are you a beach bum? Are you excited to finally step out for a beach vacay? Is that bikini packed? Sunscreen? Check! Shaving? Check. Oh wait, what are those little red bumps on your legs? Those little red bumps are what we call the razor bumps. Even if you have been shaving for years, razor bumps can happen to the best of us and more so during summer!

Razor bumps happen post shaving due to an inflammatory reaction in the follicles, when your hair is trying to grow back. So don’t worry, they are common and can be calmed down! But you hit the beach in a few days and need them to calm down RN! How do you make them go away? It's easier than you think.

Here are 5 simple ways to treat razor bumps...


Aloe Vera

Coconut oil

Is there anything this miracle plant can’t do? Aloe vera has been traditionally used to calm inflamed skin. The anti-inflammatory properties soothe red and irritated skin, making it an ideal remedy to heal razor bumps.


White tea

Coconut oil

White tea is a rich source of tannic acid and works really well to calm inflammations. All you need to do is press a wet tea bag to the affected area for a little while to calm razor burns.


Tea tree oil

Coconut oil

The natural antibacterial properties of tea tree oil inhibit bacterial growth and prevent skin infections. But tea tree oil is very strong and should never be used on its own directly onto the skin. Always dilute it with a carrier oil or some water before using it.


Coconut oil

Coconut oil

Coconut oil has many skin soothing properties, which is why it is ideal to treat razor bumps. Simply apply some coconut oil on the affected area to reduce the bumps as well as intensely moisturise the skin.

Urvi Dalal

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Writer, avid reader and hardcore beauty enthusiast is the best way to describe Urvi Dalal. With over 5 years of writing experience in the beauty industry, you can trust her to have the latest skin, hair and makeup tidbits on her fingertips. In her time working as a beauty writer, she has had the opportunity to interact and work closely with a string of dermatologists, makeup artists and hairstylists. All that knowledge exchange, coupled with her flair and love for writing make it possible for her to bring you some authentic yet fun beauty content. When Urvi isn’t working, you’d usually catch her curled up with a big, fat book, drinking a cup of tea or practising her makeup skills; there is no in-between!


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