"Razor burn is essentially skin inflammation as a result of trauma from shaving. We forget that shaving not only affects the hair, but the skin as well, so it's important to keep your skin barrier in the best shape possible," says Joshua Zeichner, MD, board-certified dermatologist
and assistant professor in the Dermatology Department at Mt. Sinai Medical Center in
New York City.
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"You can use a great moisturizer as an after-shave product to repair and calm the skin. Skin-soothing ingredients like ceramides and colloidal oatmeal help repair a damaged barrier from shaving and prevent inflammation," says Dr. Zeichner.
Aveeno Skin Relief Moisture Repair Cream ($12, drugstore.com)