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    Hi! As the title says haha... I'm fed up of having a shaving rash.

    I've always used a (wet) shaver. I just find it easier than the other way and I don't cut myself.

    But however I shave... I always get a rash. I've tried everything... different shavers... different gels/foams... anti-sensitive stuff...

    Recently i've put aloe vera gel on it before going to bed, and after i've shaved and having a shower, I use Bull Dog sensitive face wash which helps, but it's still there!

    It only appears on my neck, but it's just scruffy. I can't leave it all to grow because it'd look even scruffier. At the moment it wouldn't look good if I let it grow. Maybe in a few years, but not right now.

    Is there anything else I can try?
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    Hi! As the title says haha... I'm fed up of having a shaving rash.

    I've always used a (wet) shaver. I just find it easier than the other way and I don't cut myself.

    But however I shave... I always get a rash. I've tried everything... different shavers... different gels/foams... anti-sensitive stuff...

    Recently i've put aloe vera gel on it before going to bed, and after i've shaved and having a shower, I use Bull Dog sensitive face wash which helps, but it's still there!

    It only appears on my neck, but it's just scruffy. I can't leave it all to grow because it'd look even scruffier. At the moment it wouldn't look good if I let it grow. Maybe in a few years, but not right now.

    Is there anything else I can try?
    Go to your GP, you might have some skin disease
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    Try using Johnson's baby powder after shaving.


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    Grow some facial hair.
 
 
 
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