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Can I Prevent Razor Bumps On My Neck With Salicylic Acid Or Glycolic Acid?

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#1 ThisUser

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Posted 03 November 2013 - 07:34 PM

I get very minor bumps on my neck from shaving. I use the two-blade Trac II razor which has been very gentle on my neck (I recommend it). Nonetheless, I still have a few very small bumps. It's hardly noticable at all, but I'm wondering if I can get rid of the bumps with AHA+ or a Salicylic acid product (maybe the Stridex pads). I use The Regimen on my face and have been clear of acne for five years. But I don't want to use BP on my neck because I don't want to bleach collars, and I don't get much actual acne on my neck. Like I said, just a few minor bumps.

 

Will adding one of these exfoliating products help my neck stay 100% clear? Or will it add more irritation? I'm very curious to know what you think.


Edited by Dan Fan, 03 November 2013 - 07:35 PM.


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Posted 06 November 2013 - 12:05 PM

I shaved my chest about a month ago and used my acne.org AHA after and I didn't get a single razor bump - and I usually get  them pretty

severely after shaving anywhere on my body. 

 

Give it a shot! :)



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Posted 02 March 2014 - 01:39 AM

I would imagine AHA+ would be better. Somewhere on this sight i saw Dan said AHA+ will stop acne from skin irritation like a football helmet chin strap rubbing on your chin- apply aha+ on the area and it will prevent acne from appearing there. So it should be effective with shaving instead of a simple rubbing irritation.


Week 55 on The Regimen!! (Just broke a year!) :banana: seeing great results! Was clear from all active acne, but fell off my routine and slightly relapsed  :doh: (updated 2/17/15)

~My Regimen~
         Morning ▼▼ Different from Night Routine/Regimen to keep skin from becoming too dry and flaky or oily and shiny during the day
        1. Dan's Gentle Cleanser
        2. Spot & patch treat with Dan's BP and if necessary, Dan's AHA+
        3. CeraVe Moisturizing Lotionor Olay Moisturizing Lotion - Sensitive Skin[Also testing several Paula's Choice moisturizers/SPF to pick my new one]
        4. Paula's Choice Shine Stopper
         At Night ▼▼
        1. Dan's Gentle Cleanser
        2. Paula's Choice Hydralight Toner [Also testing Paula's Choice Skin Balancing, and Resist Toners]
        3. Dans BP - 1.5 to 2 pump(s).
        4. 1/2 Olay Moisturizing Lotion - Sensitive Skin 1/2 Dans AHA+ & half pump of Garnier Jojoba/Macadamia Oil
~Supplements/Vitamins (each daily)~
     - 2000 IU Trader Joe's Vitamin D3 - two 1000 Iu capsule a day
     - Target brand (Up & Up) Zinc 100mg - two 50mg cpasules a day
     - CVS Chewable Vitamin C with Rose Hips 2000mg -two 1000mg tablets a day   -Was previously taking Trader Joe's Synergistic C Vitamin C Complex
     - Nature Made 16,000 IU Vitamin A -two 8000 IU capsules a day
     - Trader Joe's Natural Papaya & Pineapple Enzymes -2 tablets a day   -not really for skin, more for digestion
     - One A Day VitaCraves Gummies + Immunity Support -2 gummies a day   -mostly as a general multi-vitamin
     - Schiff Digestive Advantage Probiotic Gummies -2 gummies a day   -mostly for digestion
--Planning to add in some Vitamin B5, and possibly add Omega-3
 
Still trying to perfect my regimen. 'We all have different skin' ~YOUR MILEAGE WILL VARY!~ Customize your regimen/routine for your unique self :dan:


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Posted 23 May 2014 - 12:26 AM

Yeah you can

 

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