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Razor Burn NO MORE... I've tried everything and can't believe
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everydayizagift posted:
Aloe Vera Gel works as a wonderful shave gel. I was in the shower and wanted to shave, but I didn't have shave cream or a nice shower gel, just bar soap that I don't like to use when I shave. On the side of the tub I had the aloe vera sitting there, so i decided to try it.
I particularly get razor burn when shaving bikini line. I get ingrown hairs that usually get very red and look horrible.

Not this time lol!!! Like I'm talking no red bumps and ingrown hairs! I have tried so many products to rid razor burn and all I needed was simple Aloe Vera Gel. After I get out of the shower, I also apply some to the shaven area.

It works guys...try it and see for yourself.

I used the generic for Banana Boat

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