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« on: July 12, 2004 11:43:34 PM »

EEck and ICCK I have serious razor burn on my leggs now >_< does anyone have any ideas how to minimize it or make the reddness go away or the bumps go down or anything? It drives me nuts so if any ideas where to pop up to help sooth me leggs I would be very appreciated
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« Reply #1 on: July 13, 2004 10:47:03 AM »

Straight liquid aloe may help.  You can try mixing in a 3-4 drops of lavender essential oil (if you have some) to about a half cup of liquid aloe and gently rubbing the concoction on your leg with a very soft cloth, or putting the liquid into a mister and just misting your legs if they are very irritated.  The aloe alone will work with the lavender, too.  You can find liquid aloe (Pure aloe is liquid, not gel) at the pharmacy or health food store.  It's usually with the laxatives, as it can be taken internally for that purpose.  It's a great thing to keep in the fridge, cool aloe feels so nice on skin irritations. 
Next time you shave, exfoliate first.  Then, rub jojoba oil on to the skin you intend to shave.  Wet your razor (making sure the blade is sharp!) and shave as you normally would.  Rinse and pat dry.  The jojoba should in all but the most sensitive skins prevent the razor burn next time.
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