While using a razor is the most convenient way to quickly get rid of unwanted hair at home, it also has some drawbacks such as bumps and irritation. Check out some home remedies to get rid of rough and bumpy skin easily and naturally.

5 SIMPLE home remedies to treat rough and bumpy skin with razors

There are many ways to get rid of unwanted hair at home, including waxing and shaving. When it comes to shaving, there are a few downsides to using a razor, although it is the most convenient way to quickly remove hair at home.

If not used properly, razors can cause cuts and bumps on the body. After using a razor, instead of feeling soft and smooth, your skin may feel uneven and rough. To counter these drawbacks of using a razor and restore your skin to its soft and smooth surface, we have some simple ways for you to get rid of the roughness at home.

Apple Cider Vinegar

Apple cider vinegar is made up of acetic acid, which helps reduce infection and reduce irritation and redness caused by razors on the skin. To use this, simply mix some apple cider vinegar with water and soak a cotton ball with it. Place it on the affected area and leave it on for 8-10 minutes.

Lemon juice

Lemon juice will reduce rashes and soothe irritated skin. Dilute lemon juice with water and apply it to the affected area with a cotton swab. Leave on for 5-7 minutes and then wash off with water.


Tea bags are made from tannins with anti-inflammatory properties. Use these to reduce inflammation and instantly relieve the burning sensation caused by using a razor. You can refrigerate the tea bag for 30 minutes and then place it on the affected area for a few minutes.

Aloe vera

Aloe Vera has calming and calming properties. To use this home remedy, use the gel straight from the sheet and apply it to the affected area for a few minutes. Wash off with cold water.

Tea tree oil

Tea tree oil is effective in reducing the redness and swelling caused by razors as it has antiseptic, antibacterial and anti-inflammatory properties. Use diluted tea tree oil and place a cotton ball inside. Apply it to the affected area and after a few minutes wash off with cold water.

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