Razor bumps -- also called pseudofolliculitis barbae -- are little bumps that develop after shaving. The cut hair ends up curling back into the skin and creating small, round bumps in a concentrated area. The best defense against these unsightly bumps is to shave in the direction of your beard if you use a disposable razor -- or switch to an electric shaver altogether. A hot shower also helps to soften the hair and open the pores before shaving. Despite your best efforts, razor bumps might still appear.
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