How to Treat a Razor Rash on the Neck
Razor rash on the neck is a common problem that results from poor shaving techniques, ingrown facial hairs, and lack of lubrication when shaving. The rash usually develops immediately after shaving, turning the area red. This is followed by the development of pimple-like razor bumps. Untreated razor rash can turn into folliculitis, which is a bacterial infection of the hair follicles. Other than the health implications, razor rash is also unsightly. It can also leave minor scarring, if left untreated.