If razor bumps are a problem for you, then read our 8 tips on how to get rid razor bumps, quickly and easily:

1. Apply some crushed up aspirin

Next good trick on how to get rid of razor bumps is to use some crushed up aspirin. Crush up some aspirin, mix it with water to form a paste and then apply it to the affected area. Leave it on for 5-10 minutes and wash off again with warm water. Aspirin contains salicylic acid, which helps to remove dead skin cells, kills bacteria and cleans out the pores.

2. Don’t pick!

Our first tip on how to get rid of razor bumps on legs and bikini is to avoid picking and scratching. They won’t go away if you keep picking at them. Leave them alone, or they will just get more inflamed, and they may become infected.

3. Throw away all old and rusty razor blades, and always use a sharp razor

Old, dull and rusty razor blades will cause razor bumps and they could be covered in bacteria too, so they will cause infection. Always use a new, sharp blade or, if you use an old one, sterilise it with some alcohol fist, to make sure that it’s clean.

4. Rose water or green tea cold compress

A cold compress made of rose water or green tea is another effective way to get rid of razor bumps, it will help sooth the skin and reduce inflammation, itching and redness. Soak a cloth in cold rose water or cooled green tea and apply it on the affected area for a couple of minutes.

5. Use some aloe vera

Aloe vera is another good treatment for razor bumps. It works as an antibacterial agent and it reduces the inflammation, so it can be a good way to quickly get rid of the razor bumps. Only make sure that you are not allergic to Aloe Vera before applying it to your skin.

6. Don’t shave every day

Shaving existing bumps will irritate them further and they will never go away. Give them a chance to heal by not shaving every day. Shaving every third day is probably the best option.

7. Applying some mild heat

Another good tip on how to get rid of razor bumps on legs and bikini is to use a hot compress on the area, or a wash cloth soaked in warm water. The heat will help the bumps go down and it will also kill off any bacteria that could make the bumps look worse.

8. Rinse with cold water

One of the simplest ways to stop razor bumps form occurring is to rinse the area with cold water after shaving. This closes up the pores, so irritants and bacteria are less likely to get in.

H/T: BeautyandTips