Cream for razor burn?

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    Been noticing that I'm getting razor burn more and more as I don't have time in the mornings to have a proper shave and usually just shave whilst in the shower.

    Is there a cream or moisturiser that can be used for razor burns, or would it be best to check with my GP?

    I use sudocrem or E45. Works a treat for me

    Is there anything wrong with shaving in the shower? Saves making a mess. I normally can't shave more than once every 2 days as my face gets red raw, just use some aftershave moisturiser to take the redness out of it.

    I'd second the sudocream. Although you'd have to really rub it in well. I'm a recent convert having been given some by a housemate for EPIC sunburn and it's really good.
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