How to keep your skin safe and healthy with tips from Beauty Kitchen

As we head into Summer, and spend a lot of time outside for Memorial Day weekend, it is important to protect our skin.

Beauty expert Heather Marianna with Beauty Kitchen shares a few easy tips to get you Summer ready and keep your skin safe and looking good.

For females, razor bumps are a big "no-no" when your wearing a bathing suit.

As for men who shave regularly know the frustrations that come with getting razor bumps hairs that remain inside the hair follicle and begin growing into the skin.

These ingrown hairs often appear as angry red bumps which can spoil the smart look of a freshly shaven face.

Bumps are caused by improper shaving tools and products. When hairs are cut beneath the skin, they tend to curl and bend as they grow back, forming unsightly and often painful bumps.

3 easy tips to get rid of them:

  1. It might sound crazy, but ordinary white tea bags can help to get rid of razor burn. Tea contains tannic acid, which helps to reduce inflammation. Simply wet the tea bag and press it against the affected skin to reduce redness and swelling.
  2. Lemon juice is naturally acidic. It helps to stop bacteria from colonizing ingrown hair follicles. Apply lemon juice to razor burn to help reduce redness and prevent infection.
  3. Witch hazel is a natural antiseptic that helps reduce inflammation in the skin. Apply it directly to your razor bumps to help reduce the redness and irritation. Mix with a little aloe and put into a spray bottle. offers a coupon code is "USA" for 10% off and FREE SUNSCREEN with purchase now through May 31.

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