If you have some black tea, you’re in major luck. Black tea reduces redness and inflammation, soothing razor burn. Use any kind you have (doesn’t need to be expensive), warm it up in warm water, then rub it on the area for three minutes.
Is there anything baking soda can’t help us with? Mix one cup of water with one tablespoon and put on a paper towel or cotton ball. Place on the skin until it is completely dry, then rinse with cool water. Repeat when needed.
Witch Hazel or Lavender:
Mixing eight drops of witch hazel or lavender with 1/4 cup of cold water, and applying with a cotton ball can help soothe the bumps and start the healing process.
Honey and Vinegar:
It’s messy – but it works. Lather up some honey on the affected spot. Then let sit for five to ten minutes. Rinse off with cold water and finally apply apple cider vinegar. This helps cool the skin and takes away any redness. Allow to air dry – but don’t forget that people might not love the smell of apple cider vinegar – so this is best to do at nighttime!