There are many times when a beard may itch, and it can be frustrating to say the least. Learn why this happens and what you can do about it.
Tagged: Ingrown Hairs
Scrub your skin with an all-natural, non-toxic, eco-friendly sugar scrub that contributes to a vibrant glow and smooth complexion.
Looking to get soft, silky skin after a close shave? There’s a reason that exfoliating before shaving may be the best option for your skin.
Coconut oil doubles as a shaving cream and moisturizer! It lathers easily and reduces the chance of nicks, cuts, and razor burn.
Looking to decrease the risk of razor bumps after shaving while nourishing your skin? Lather on this DIY aftershave for healthier skin.
Shaving is a daily habit for some people, but it’s possible to avoid the notorious inflamed razor burn with these home remedies.
If you have some unsightly ingrown hairs that are ruining your self-confidence, use these sugar scrubs to eliminate them in no time.
Are you tired of shaving or is your skin irritated because of shaving? Maybe it’s time to try waxing with this DIY sugar wax to remove hair.
A major cause of folliculitis is the use of harmful chemicals that cause inflammation. As diet always helps to heal any disorder or disease, diet helps here in folliculitis. With pseudofollicultis, good grooming and hygiene is the key. Your soap’s base should always be botanical-based, vegetable glycerin.