An extra sharp razor blade or careless shave might give you a rash, something that is surely very irritating. Shaving rash is also known as pseudofolliculitis barbae and is usually sensitive skin condition of a face skin that hurts when in contact with water or any sort of moisture. Of course, if on any visible part of the body, it can reduce your confidence level when interacting with others. With regular care during shave, you can effectively soothe your skin and can avoid these painful rashes.
Good quality antibacterial cleanser or antiseptic soap are among the best remedies that you can use to get rid of shave rashes. Hydrate you face with mild or warm water and place some amount of an antibacterial cleanser or antiseptic soap on your hands. Now, gently apply it to your face and gently massage for few minutes. Rinse your face with the remaining water and wipe it dry with a soft and clean towel.
The second useful remedy that you can use to get rid of after-shave rashes is to make use of an Aloe Vera gel. You just have to rub some of it to the affected area of your face and wash after few minutes. You will feel the difference thanks to the anti-inflammatory and soothing qualities of the Aloe Vera gel.
Grab a small, clean, and dry bottle or vial. Gently pour 3 drops of tea tree oil and ¼ cup of water into it. Shake the bottle vigorously until both of them mix properly. Now, take some cotton balls and dab the tea tree oil mixture to the shaving rashes on your face. Tea tree oil contains anti fungal and anti bacterial qualities, which are helpful in reducing the redness and burning of the rashes.
Take a small, clean bottle of daily use, and place 5 drops of sandalwood essential oil, same quantity of lavender essential oil and ¼ teaspoon of vegetable glycerin. Shake the bottle for few minutes until all ingredients mix well. Take some clean cotton balls and apply the paste directly to your shave rashes.
Another effective remedy for shaving rashes is the cream made up of the calendula, which has both anti-viral and anti-inflammatory properties.