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Nivea is very good and cheap.

Weleda is also very soothing.


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(04-30-2017, 10:39 AM)Asafiev Wrote: Myrsol Emulsion for me.

Agreed... Myrsol Emulsion is great.

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(05-01-2017, 09:19 AM)surfshaver Wrote: I'm interested in this topic as well as I have sensitive skin and I get what I call "superficial" razor burn from time to time -- redness that lasts for a hour or two and goes away without any enduring discomfort.  I've not yet found a balm or product that soothes this redness -- as a matter of fact, most balms I've tried seem to inflame it.  Will be following this thread (and article!) with interest.

I also have sensitive skin and know the superficial burn you mentioned. For me personally, the Myrsol emulsion or GFT skin food works great. The Myrsol has a light menthol help healing and has alight scent. The Trumpers skin food lime is nice a cool and soothing yet restorative.

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