Pseudofolliculitis barbae, or more known as razor bumps is skin irritation caused by shaving. Then the hair follicles begin to re-enter the skin. Usually it is common among at those who have sensitive skin. And they often look like some little red bumps, or pimples and they also can be quite itchy.
In the following few lines you can read about how to make yourself a few natural remedies to get rid of the razor bumps.
Witch hazel tea tree oil spray
Mix well 1/3 cup of rose water, 1 tablespoon of witch hazel and 3-5 drops of tea tree essential oil. And all you have to do is to add this mixture to a small spray bottle, and shake well before you use it. Then spray it onto the skin where the bumps are present and with your hands rub in the oil. This remedy helps to relieve the itchiness and also to soothe the redness. It is very good for those sensitive areas.
Aloe vera lavender gel
First chill aloe vera gel in the refrigerator for about 3 hours. Then mix it with 5 drops of lavender essential oil. Apply this mixture to your skin, it will help you to relieve the razor burn and the other irritations.