If you shave frequently in the summer, change blades often to avoid nicks, cuts and follicle infections that can result from a damaged or dirty razor. Use shaving cream to protect the skin from irritation as well. Dermatologist Charles Crutchfield III of Crutchfield Dermatology recommends a 1:1 mixture of Impruv lotion and Cortaid 10 cream for a great aftershave.
Perfect summer skin
<p>Summer is a great time for a trip to the beach, not being stuck at home with a sunburn or breakout. We’ve got tips for the top five summer skin problems.</p>