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Due to COVID-19 office hours are prompt to change. Please practice guidelines from the CDC: social distancing, frequent hand washing, protective gear, and a limit of 4 people at the office in one time.

Due to COVID-19 office hours are prompt to change. Please practice guidelines from the CDC: social distancing, frequent hand washing, protective gear, and a limit of 4 people at the office in one time.

Men: This Is How You Shave to Avoid Razor Bumps

Men: This Is How You Shave to Avoid Razor Bumps

Razor bumps are a pain in the neck -- literally! And unfortunately, they are daily battle that many ethnic and Black men endure.

We've provided some background information on what causes the dermatological condition, also referred to as shave bumps, and how to prevent it.

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Don't Let Shaving Irritation Get Under Your Skin

Don't Let Shaving Irritation Get Under Your Skin

When smooth, hair-free skin is your goal, the last thing you want to worry about is bumps caused by shaving. These bumps are not only unsightly, but they are also uncomfortable, resulting in itching and pain, and can even lead to infection and scarring.

 

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Smooth Skin Shaving Tips for Women

Smooth Skin Shaving Tips for Women

For many women, shaving can be a worrisome, but necessary grooming, and hygiene nightmare.

For many ethnic women getting ingrown hairs after shaving too close with a razor can be hard to deal with.

The consequences are usually unsightly shaving rash, bumps, and dark spots.

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Men's Shaving Tips

Men's Shaving Tips

For many ethnic men, a condition called Pseudofolliculitis Barbae (PFB) can be hard to deal with. It’s when you get ingrown hairs after shaving too close with a razor.

As a solution, some men just grow out their beards. PFB is a “splinter” reaction in the skin. This condition is caused because ethnic hair is coarse and usually grows curly. When shaved too closed the hair is cut below the skin and instead of growing straight out of the hair follicle, the curly hair begins to coil and grow into neighboring skin. The skin reacts to the invading hair by becoming irritated and bumpy, which results in dark spots and skin discoloration. 

 

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