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It is an inflammatory reaction to the hair shaft entering the skin, most common in African American who shave regularly. Curved hair follicles and curly hair common among African American is a major contributor.
Preventing of razor bumps
Laser hair removal is the best method of removing unwanted hair in individuals affected with this condition. The laser device is programmed to selectively target the pigment in the hair follicle, destroying it, while leaving the skin intact. There is an increased risk of skin damage is individuals with darker skin types because of greater amounts of pigment in the skin.
Electrical clippers are found by many to cause less bumps than razors. If one must shave it is important to avoid a close shave to help prevent razor bumps.
Below are some principles to avoid razor bumps
1. Brush hairs with polyester sponge before shaving
2. Wash beard, use pre-shave cream or gel
3. Use a sharp blade and rinse after each stroke
4. Avoid double and triple blade razors
5. Shave in the direction of hair growth
6.Do not pull the skin taut
7. Apply a cold compress after shaving, then a soothing aftershave preparation
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Urticaria is also known as Hives. It is a outbreak of swollen, patches of red bumps or welts on the skin. Urticaria can arise from allergies or other reasons. It is accompanied by itching, burning or stining sensation. Urticaria can appear on the lips, face, tongue, ears, throat or on the neck shoulders and back. It can cover a large area or small and may join other areas as it spreads and typically lasts for longer than six weeks. Call a board certified
dermatologist for your Urticartia treatment.
What is chronic Urticaria?
Urticaria is hives symptom that lasts more than 6 weeks. The cause is more difficult because it may be more systemic; These symptoms are from hormonal imbalances: autoimmune, chronic infections, hormonal disorders and malignancy.
What cause chronic Urticaria
Chronic Urticaria is caused by imbalances in auto-immune, hormonal disorders and malignancy. They are considered systemic causes for chronic Urticaria.
Physical Urticaria is hives that is caused by direct physical contact with the skin. Usually, repetitive motions, cold, heat, exposure to the sun, vibrations, pressure, sweating and exercise can all cause this form of Hives.
How to treat Urticaria
The best way to treat Urticaria is to identify the trigger or “what is causing the problem?” With chronic Urticaria once you have identified the trigger allegeric reaction to food, medication and/or latex. Try these remedies to address the problem. Consulting with a board certified dermatologist is very important for effective Urticaria treatment.