From Blackdoctor.org: It’s a common assumption that men, in general, are unconcerned about their hair and skin care problems, but that’s not always true. Since hair is such a big part of your appearance, keeping it well maintained is important. Following the simple guidelines below will put you on your way to a vibrant looking head of hair.

Ingrown Hairs & Razor Bumps

If quality products for African-American skin care are difficult to find, black men’s skin care is almost impossible to find. It’s important to find products formulated to meet common needs most black men share like the need for added moisture, additional oil and problems with Pseudofolliculitis Barbae, also known as, Razor Bumps.

For a black man, shaving can be a particularly painful task. It has been reported that 60 to 80 percent of black men suffer from razor bumps, at least to some degree. Other ethnic men suffer from these as well.

So what’s a brother who prefers to go beardless supposed to do?

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