Always read the label. Follow the directions for use.
STEP 1: EXFOLIATE YOUR BODY
STEP 2: SOFTEN YOUR HAIRS
STEP 3: USE SHAVING CREAM, GEL OR FOAM
STEP 4: SHAVE... IN THE RIGHT DIRECTION
STEP 5: POST-SHAVE CARE
Post-shave care is key to avoid shaving rash, especially shaving rash on legs and other sensitive areas. Ensure you rinse your recently shaved area with cold water to close up the pores. Then use a lotion or moisturiser designed for sensitive skin, perfumed products can irritate skin further and cause redness. It's also key to swap your razor blades when you notice them starting to dull and definitely before that start to get rusty.
IF YOU ALREADY HAVE SHAVING RASH IT CAN BE A PAIN TO GET RID OF, BUT NIVEA ARE HERE TO HELP
As soon as you notice the emerging signs of razor burn its best to address it straight away. Use a cold compress to soothe shaving rash which will stop the burning sensation, reduce redness and prevent shaving bumps from appearing as well as an early method to help get rid of shaving rash.
Dehydrated skin is more likely to be affected by shaving rash so it's important to always stay hydrated. Moisturising your skin after a shave and especially if you see shaving rash coming on is important when it comes to eliminating the rash. Keeping skin hydrated is more than just using moisturiser though, making sure you drink enough water so your skin natural protective barrier is at it is more protective is can also help get rid of shaving rash quicker.
Allow It To Heal:
Shaving Rash and razor burn in its various forms should heal on its own but it's important to let it heal on its own. Don't shave the affected area again until the skin has recovered and healed, even if you don't think you have razor burn any redness or inflammation is a sign not to shave the area again.