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Aftershave Essential Oils for Razor Burn
Razor burn is a minor irritation caused by shaving that can be easily treated with essential oil remedies. Essential oil remedies can be effective for both men and women, whether it's on the face or legs. Some of the best oils for healing and cooling razor burn include:
Preventing Razor Burn through Exfoliation
Many people don't realize this, but if you exfoliating your skin helps prevent razor burn. The best way to do this is to use a facial/body scrub or loofah. We recommend our
Thera-Skin Ultimate Exfoliating Scrub
for the face and any of our
sea salt body scrubs
for the body.
Stay Sharp but Go Light
Always use sharp blades when shaving. A dull blade is one of the most common causes of razor burn. To help preserve your blades, dip your razor in alcohol after the final rinse. Rinse your blade often using cool water to remove residue.
Moisturize with an Essential Oil Aftershave Balm
Moisturize using a good aftershave balm or lotion to keep the skin soft. We recommend our
Aftershave Essential Oil recipe
with essential oils of
in a base of
soothing comfrey gel
. Or you can try creating your own recipe using any of the essential oils listed above.
See our home blending guide for help.
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Sandalwood Essential Oil
Stimulates immune system, headaches; also helps with insomnia & depression.
Lavender Salt Body Scrub
With 100% Pure Lavender Oil
Unscented Salt Body Scrub
Rejuvenating Salt Body Scrub
Spearmint Essential Oil
A facial steam with spearmint oil helps cleanse and tighten pores.
Tea Tree Essential Oil
In vapor therapy, can help combat colds, measles and viral infections.
*NOTE: This guide is based on published traditional uses of Essential Oils and is for reference purposes only. It is not intended to treat, prescribe or diagnose. The information contained herein is in no way considered a substitute for consultation with a duly licensed health care professional.