Will Bevel help me get rid of razor bumps on my legs, bikini line, or underarms / arm pits?

This is exactly what Bevel is designed for--helping reduce bumps.  The razor gives you a safer shave by cutting hair at the surface rather than under it, which is the main cause of the ingrown hairs we call shaving bumps. If coarse or curly hairs are cut beneath the surface, they generally continue growing beneath the skin forming ingrown hairs. We need to cut the hairs right at the surface.

Moreover, coarse and curly body hair needs to be pretreated before it is cut.  A hot shower followed by Bevel Priming Oil takes care of this.  Softened hairs are easily cut, and softened skin is able to yield to the razor without scraping or tugging.  Without pretreating coarse or curly body hairs, they can be tugged (particularly if using a dull razor or some multiblade razors) and left with curved jagged ends that can grow right back into the skin, creating razor bumps.

The brush exfoliates the skin during the lathering process, which will help release any trapped hairs. The Bevel Restoring Balm is also full of ingredients that work to help reduce bumps--salicylic and lactic acids exfoliate, while tea tree oil and witch hazel are antiseptics and anti-inflammatories that will help protect your hair follicles from getting irritated in the first place. With continued use of your Bevel system, you can see a reduction in razor bumps.

Our products are non-comedogenic, but if any areas of your skin are particularly sensitive, be sure to do a patch test first. If redness, swelling, itching, or burning occurs, discontinue use.
 
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