That is genetic. It has nothing to do with dull razors. I have the same issue. It is 10 times worse when I get waxed, and a 100 times worse when I use hair removal creams.
My boss and his wife own spas. The wife is Brazilian, and she knows almost everything there is to know about skin problems and razor rash. She gave me a tube of Savan smooth serum. I will use it next time I shave my chest, and I will let you know if it makes a difference.
try magic shave...its a depilatory originally designed for black men...they tend to get severe razor burn and ingrown hairs. It became popular with the ladies for no-no parts after cosmo "discovered" it years back..lol
can be found in most major chin grocery stores and pharmacy
and you can also give "no more bumps" a go..always worked like magic for me after waxing- can be found in the hair removal section of sally beauty supply and amazon
gentle exfoliation can help a LOT as can use of an astringent immediately after shaving, witch hazel is a good cheap astringent
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I got part of my back waxed once, I felt like it was the wax itself that irritated me and made me itchy within minutes. As for shaving though, I think if you were shaving in the correct direction with a good lube (shaving cream, soap + shower or something) it shouldn't be that bad. I can shave almost anywhere and be fine, but if you wait 2 days well, its probably stubble growing back. You need to keep up with shaving.
This is part of the reason people wax, to avoid the stubble that comes back so quickly.
I mostly use clippers and the small attachment. If I want to get rid of the stubble I'll use my electric razor or one of those creams for that extra smooth feel, I never use an actual razor, fuck that.
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