Razor Bump Treatment
One of the most annoying things women deal with outside of the male species is razor bumps. For many women, the best way to avoid this issue is to either quit shaving or get laser treatment to permanently remove the hair. So it’s either a 70’s bush or a $500 laser treatment. Neither may work for you but luckily there are other options.
More affordable options are drugstore products like Kiehl’s Razor Bump Relief, Tend Skin and Skin Tight. These are designed to prevent bumps/ ingrown hairs and over time improve the texture of the skin. These are all great products but for those that love DIYing their beauty products, there’s an option for you too. A DIY razor bump treatment is very affordable, easy to make and preserve.
Try a DIY razor bump treatment. It’s very affordable, easy to make and preserve with very few products.
2 containers for mixing
1 container for storing final product
2.5 oz Hydrogen Peroxide or Witch Hazel
5.5 oz Rubbing Alcohol
1 tbsp Glycerin
24 Uncoated Aspirins
- Add 18 uncoated aspirins to 5.5 oz of alcohol and shake to dissolve.
2. In a separate container, add 6 uncoated aspirins to 2.5 oz of hydrogen peroxide or witch hazel shake to dissolve.
3. Take both mixes and add to a container for storing. Add 1 tbsp of glycerin and mix.
The final product won’t be completely dissolved so shake before every use. This treatment can be used once or twice a day. Please pay attention to any irritation of skin and adjust usage accordingly.
Disclaimer: This post is not intended as a substitute for the medical advice. The reader should regularly consult a physician in matters relating to his/her health and particularly with respect to any symptoms that may require diagnosis or medical attention from.