Intimate Shaving products From Australian Bodycare

Products for preventing red spots, razor burn and ingrown hairs caused by intimate shaving

If you intimately shave, you are probably aware of the annoying red spots and ingrown hairs that sometimes occur as a result. The problem can be persistent and can scratch, irritate and be very troublesome.

The answer is a good intimate wash and nurturing shaving products.

Here we can help guide you on which intimate cleanser to use and which other products we recommend to avoid shaving spots and ingrown hairs.

Read by Anne Thestrup Meimbresse

Anne, Varde Pharmacy
Anne has a MSc in Pharmacy from the University of Southern Denmark and has worked as a pharmacist at the Varde pharmacy for several years. Here she advises both costumers and doctors about the correct use of medical products.

Tired of red razor spots and irritation after intimate shaving?

Red spots, irritation and shaving rash in the intimate area from shaving are really annoying – itching and it doesn't look pretty. Red shaving spots and skin irritation in the intimate area can affect both men and women after shaving this most delicate skin.

Shaving spots generally occur because bacteria can easily enter open pores after shaving. The bacteria can create inflammation that progresses into small red spots and beard rash if the problem is not resolved.

Our intimate shave products are designed to prevent bacteria and dirt getting into open pores and prevent the formation of red spots and razor burn.

Do you get ingrown hairs after intimate shaving?

Ingrown hairs can be very painful, and when they are in the intimate area, they can be particularly unpleasant.

Ingrown hairs are often caused by shaving, the problem occurs because the hair grows into the skin instead of out. At worst, it can set itself as an inflamed spot or boil – and that’s not fun in the intimate area.

Fortunately, you can do a lot to prevent ingrown hairs. We'll guide you to choose the best products to avoid ingrown hairs the next time you intimately shave. 

3 easy steps to avoid ingrown hairs, beard rash and shaving spots in the intimate area

Although the cause of red shaving spots and ingrown hairs is different, the conditions are very similar. The problems are best solved by good preparation of the skin before shaving and a good aftercare.

1) Intimate Wash - intimate cleanser for daily intimate care

First, wash the intimate area thoroughly before you start with the razor. That way, you wash away bacteria and dirt that can cause red spots and ingrown hairs.

Use a cleanser that is pH-balanced to the intimate area so you don't ruin the skin’s natural protection. Our Intimate Wash contains natural Tea Tree Oil, which protects the intimate area from  bacteria and minimises the risk of red spots and ingrown hairs.

2) Intimate Shave - transparent gel for intimate shaving

Use a shaving gel when shaving the intimate area. This ensures that the area is free of bacteria during shaving, avoiding red spots. Our Intimate Shave with natural Tea Tree Oil is transparent, so not only is it easy to work with it also minimises the risk of ingrown hairs and shaving spots.

3) Intimate Balm – cooling and healing aftershave

Use a soothing and anti-bacterial balm after shaving. Our Intimate Balm contains natural Tea Tree Oil, which counteracts bacteria and Tasmanian pepper to soothe the skin and reduces irritation. Intimate Balm nourishes the skin and adds moisture, very important in helping to avoid ingrown hairs, red spots and razor burn. 

 

You'll quickly get rid of red shaving spots, ingrown hairs and irritation after intimate shaving by using our complete intimate shaving kit.

We have gathered our customers' favourites in one package: https://australian-bodycare.uk/products/intimate-shaving-kit

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Why you should take care of your skin with Tea Tree Oil from Australian Bodycare

100% NATURAL

The secret behind smooth skin is found in the beautiful, exotic flora of Australia and has been known to the aboriginals through generations: Tea Tree Oil. Tea Tree Oil is a 100% natural and pure oil extracted from the leaves of the Australian tree, Melaleuca Alternifolia. Our products only contains the high Pharmaceutical grade of Tea Tree Oil from Australia.

HEAL

Tea Tree Oil effectively heals, cleanses and protects your skin and hair. Natural Tea Tree Oil is known for its powerful antibacterial and antifungal properties. Tea Tree Oil restores the natural bacterial flora of the skin and prevents bacteria. Australian Bodycare products contain Pure Tea Tree Oil in different concentrations depending on the product use.

MAINTAIN

Used on a daily basis, the Tea Tree Oil treats various skin problems while keeping the skin healthy. Tea Tree Oil inhibits growth of unwanted bacteria and fungus. We develop all of our own products using top‑shelf ingredients and our products are dermatologically tested and have a powerful effect with no compromise made to the safety of the skin.

The secret behind smooth skin is found in the beautiful nature of Australia. For generations, the knowledge and usage of tea tree oil have been passed down in Aboriginal culture. Australian Bodycare has developed a series of products with the highest grade of Tea Tree Oil functioning as the primary active ingredient. All products share the ability to prevent and heal various skin issues.Due to the mild formulas, the products are dermatologically tested and suitable for all members of the family. We develop all of our own products using top‑shelf ingredients. They have been selected for their powerful effect with no compromise made to the safety of your skin. Our goal is to help people to healthier skin. For that reason, we are constantly working on providing you with good advice for your daily skin care routines. Welcome. We look forward to assisting you.
The story of healing tea trees dates back thousands of years and it originates from the Aboriginal people of Australia. Their legends describe lakes surrounded by tea trees. Falling leaves and twigs from the tea trees leached their essential oils into the water and turned the lakes into antiseptic baths. The local Aborigines used these natural, healing spas to treat a number of conditions, such as skin infection, burns, cuts and insect bites. The healing benefits of tea trees were not officially registred until 1923. However, the local Aboriginal tribe, Bundjalung, had long understood the protective and healing powers of tea trees and used their crushed leaves to treat various wounds and skin infections. They named the land with tea trees “Healing Ground”.