Heads-Up: You've Been Shaving Your Legs All Wrong

Razor burn is not a seasonal occurrence. Regardless of whether you're going to the beach or not, little nicks, skin irritation, and ingrown hairs are painful year-round, as is the frustration that comes with them. So how exactly can we prevent razor burn?

If you plan on giving up shaving anytime soon (it's your choice, after all), read through dermatologist Rita Linkner's tips on how to rid yourselves of the pesky little problem that is razor burn. "In terms of proper shaving technique for those prone to razor burn, I have six 'musts' that I impart to every patient, and I have been told that even employing just a few of these tips goes a long way." For Linkner's six-step shaving process that wards off bumps, cuts, and ingrown hairs, keep on scrolling.