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Derma Correct

by Jerome Princy (2020-02-07)

To stop your shaving Derma Correct Review rash, you should first think about tackling folliculitis. Even if you don't have the infection, performing what I am about to explain will only benefit your skin. The first thing you should do is to invest in a quality electric razor. There are plenty of women's razors around now and you can find them on eBay and Amazon... and for men, I would highly recommend investing around $75 (it needs to be good) on a comfortable Philips or Remington razor. The better quality the razor, the less irritation you're going to get. Using a manual razor will basically cause tons of microscopic tears in your skin and make the folliculitis worse. After you have a new razor, you then need to perform some 'cures' to kill the bacteria that's infecting your hair follicles. This can be done using a series of different methods which all work to rid your skin of the harmful bacteria that is causing the irritation. There are some good herbal remedies for this condition, which we have detailed on our site. Unfortunately, shaving rash is a very common problem for men (and women) around the World. This issue is more common in men because we shave more often than women... but the causes and cures for this rash are constant in both genders. This tutorial will show you how to cure shaving rash and the hidden problem that most people don't realize they have. Shaving red rash is characterized by having a series of red bumps after shaving and a big itchy rash on the affected area. This is a problem which can start overnight and is something many people find difficult to cure. The reason why shaving rash develops is because shaving your skin is actually a very strenuous procedure, and any infection or problem with the hair follicles will cause them to become inflamed and itchy (which is what you are seeing right now).