No More Razor Bumps, Only Smooth Sexy Legs!


What are razor bumps?

the medical term for razor bumps, is  pseudofolliculitis barbae.

IMG_20150913_210038Razor Bumps and Ingrown Hairs are most commonly associated with popular hair removal procedures, such as shaving and waxing. Strands of your hair curl back on themselves and grow into the layers of skin causing irritation, inflammation, pimples, bacterial infections, and in severe cases, a lot of scarring. That doesn’t sound too delightful, now does it?

I have a confession…..

♥  it’s a little bit embarrassing, but I have to share this with you!

When I was attending college for esthetics, it was mandatory that us students, practice treatments on each other.  The school was poorly maintained, and not sympathetic to those who had sensitive skin. I never had sensitive skin, but now, my skin is so sensitive it’s pretty much a bio hazard if I use the wrong products!

waxing

If you are a fan of waxing, waxing over a period of time will actually damage your hair follicles. Some say that if you wax long enough your hair will not grow back. That is a myth and nothing is farther from the truth. That is FALSE. When students performed hair removal by waxing, on my skin, it was a nightmare. I had damage to my hair follicles, which caused improper hair growth. Long story short, I get horrible folliculitis, razor bumps and in grown hairs! Especially on my legs! It has been over 3 years since I’ve graduated, and I’m still suffering the consequences…. HOWEVER….

There is light at the end of the tunnel….

and no, it’s not a train!

KERAH LANE, sent me this product to test, and give a review. Mind you, I have been to a primary care physician, and dermatologist. Antibiotics, steroid creams, clindamycin wipes, glycolic wipes, you name it, I’ve tried, with no success… So I was highly skeptical of this product, almost doubtful. Here is a Before Photo, As you can see, I have bumps and visible red markings, from ingrown hairs, and razor bumps. My Legs were mild here. There times, and flare ups where I look like I rolled around on a bee hive, and I’m not over exaggerating or being melodramatic one bit!

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DIRECTIONS;

After showering and shaving (or waxing), apply a generous amount of Kerah Lanes’s product all over the areas that you’ve removed hair. Be generous with it! Slather it all over!! Massage it into your skin for however long you’d like, and then rinse it off thoroughly. Repeat each time you use methods of removing your hair.

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I’ve use this product for the past 2 days. Not only did clear all the razor bumps and ingrown hairs, it left my legs extremely smooth. It removed all dead skin I had left over on my legs. I didn’t even have to put lotion on after I rinsed the product off! The only downside it smells like after shave, not so much when you rinse it but when you first apply it. I think it would be great if it smelled like lavender or flowers, something a bit more feminine for ladies, but IT GETS THE JOB DONE!  Even if you don’t have razor burn, this is a great product to purchase if you want your skin extremely smooth and touchable! ♥

would I recommend this product to my viewers?

yes, most definitely! I liked it, and will continue to use it!

Want to read more on the product or purchase your “Kerah Lane Organic Razor Bump And Ingrown Hair Formula”? Visit their website

www.amazon.com/kerahlaneorganicformula

http://www.kerahlane.com

this is a product sponsored post.

All opinions and thoughts are my own. I am 100% honest in all of my reviews on products and topics. Product was purchased by value of submitting an honest unbiased review.

thank you for visiting http://www.beautybyimpulse.com

I appreciate each and everyone of my followers! ♥

Alyssa Renee

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