A. A night-time routine is important. However, skin still needs to be stimulated and cleansed in the morning right before you shave for better results.
A. Everyone's growth rate is different. You might just need to shave more often. Also, using a razor instead of an electrical shaver can help, because it gets closer to the root.
A. You might be shaving too fast, so try to shave slowly and carefully. If you shave over a bump that hasn't been treated, it will most likely bleed out, too.
Dead skin can clog pores, making a nesting ground for ingrown hairs and trapped bacteria. Ingrown hairs then lead to unsightly, painful bumps. Exfoliating twice a week will reduce dead skin, post-shaving ingrowns and razor bumps.
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