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The Cause 

Razor bumps, also known as pseudofolliculitis barabe, is an inflammatory disease of the hair bearing areas incited by shaving. It's more common in people with curly hair - the close shaving of the curly hair causes the hair to curl back, piercing and growing into the skin leading to inflammation.

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Tips for Shaving

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No Close Shaves If Possible

Use a clipper to keep a short stubble if possible. Using razors with multiple blades, shaving against the grain of hair growth, and pulling the skin taut while shaving can predispose you to developing razor bumps.


Our cream and wash can improve razor bumps, help old ones resolve faster, and can prevent new ones.

The Treatment

Our prescription compound combines a retinoid, a topical antibiotic, and a corticosteroid to decrease inflammation.

Razor Bump Cream


3 month supply

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Benzoyl Peroxide Wash


3 month supply

Before & After

Take our medical questionnaire below to obtain approval for treatment from our licensed provider.

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