Why You’re Still Getting Razor Burn—Even With a Brand New Blade

Photos were posted on 29 Jun 2015 at 12:59pm

Razor burn: The struggle is real. And if you’re battling the painful irritation that comes with all the shaving this time of year—even though you’re following all the advice and changing your blade every few days—there might be a reason. Allow dermatologist (and former star of Bravo’s The Singles Project) Dr. Tabasum Mir to explain why:

Razor burn is about how well-lubricated the skin is as much as it is about the razor,” Dr. Mir explains. The thing she says to keep in mind: “Shaving removes the top dead layers of skin—it’s exfoliation!” While the process can lead to smooth legs

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