Best aftershave for razor burn

Discussion in 'Preshave and Aftershave' started by montieg, Apr 15, 2018.

  1. montieg

    montieg Well-Known Member

    I used a styptic stick and Dove plus post shave balm and it was ok. I have an alum block on the way but was wondering what the best aftershave I should be using for the burn.
  2. Enrico

    Enrico Popcorn

    If your suffering from razor burn I'd use Dickerson's which hazel. How many passes do preform? I usually only do only two. It's your skin; your the best judge what's right for you.
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  3. MR41

    MR41 Well-Known Member

    Nivea gets my vote.
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  4. wchnu

    wchnu Duck Season!

    Add witch hazel to your routine. It will help. Then try some aqua velva. It has been helping rough shaves for a long time. Also once your technique improves you will probably not have as many problems.
  5. montieg

    montieg Well-Known Member

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  6. montieg

    montieg Well-Known Member

    I did only 2. Form probably played a big role too.
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  7. montieg

    montieg Well-Known Member

    I've heard great things about it.
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  8. david of central florida

    david of central florida Rhubarb Rubber

    Witch hazel will help allot, tea tree oil will help as well.
    Look for aftershave that say "soothe", most of these have witch hazel in them.
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  9. gorgo2

    gorgo2 geezerhood

    Lucky Tiger tonic. Thank me later.
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  10. Edison Carter

    Edison Carter Goo-bloomin' Stankster

    When I started my routine was.
    Unscented Thayers witch hazel
    Proraso Shave Balm
    Splash on Brut (for alcohol & stank)
    Small dab of Trumpers Skin Food
    It was a lot of stuff to do, but soothing.

    Since then I have reduced much, but I still like them all.
    I consistently keep witch hazel.
    I have added Pinaud Clubman on occasion & other splash ons. Clubman has a wonderful tingling and skin tightening effect. Originally the smell bothered me some, but it has grown on me. I doesn't last long enough but has a mild baby powder like linger.
    I have also added Stirling Glacial Unscented Balm. Stays on top more than Proraso & Trumpers, so use sparingly.
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  11. Edison Carter

    Edison Carter Goo-bloomin' Stankster

    I'm gonna try it. Thanks in advance.
    Be well.
  12. Primotenore

    Primotenore missed opera tunity

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  13. gorgo2

    gorgo2 geezerhood

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  14. Deeter

    Deeter Well-Known Member

    I would avoid alcoholic AS. Witch hazel will be more soothing. Why are you getting razor burn?
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  15. Enrico

    Enrico Popcorn

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  16. Straight razor dandy

    Straight razor dandy Stuck cleaning the house himself PERMANENTLY

    Chatillon Lux is the best I have ever used...and I've used hundreds.
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  17. montieg

    montieg Well-Known Member

    Probably because it was my first wet shave and I need to work on my form.
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  18. montieg

    montieg Well-Known Member

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  19. Edison Carter

    Edison Carter Goo-bloomin' Stankster

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  20. PLAla

    PLAla Bit Shy of a Full Puck

    I second some others and say come join us in the 30 Day Rule/Focus thread. Proper technique with light pressure, beard mapping, and other tried and true methods should eliminate most razor burn.

    At the same time, if you need something soothing for post shave care then I recommend Nivea sensitive balm in the white bottle.
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