If you prefer hair-less armpits, then chances are you shave your armpits pretty regularly. If you remove the hair another way, you still might shave under your arms. You likely do it so often that it's pretty much second-nature. But if you've ever had to contend with underarm bumps, pimples, ingrown hairs, or razor burn, you likely know how uncomfortable it can be and are looking for some relief. The good news is that there are plenty of armpit shaving hacks to keep the bumps away and help you feel smoothly shaven, which you'll definitely want, especially in the warmer months.
Though you probably learned to shave long ago, you might not be following all the proper steps each time you shave your armpits. Skipping steps or using improper tools can result in those very bumps that you're so desperately trying to avoid. Don't worry though — your routine just needs a little readjusting. Knowing not only what to do, but also why you should do it when it comes to preparing, shaving, and recovering immediately after, can encourage you to take the time to make sure those ingrown hairs and other underarm bumps don't pop up and pester you any longer.