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#7063
When you get a razor cut from shaving, the only product to use is a styptic pencil, those small white chalk like stick that stop the bleeding. While they work great, they leave unsightly white chalky powder spots that you must remember to wipe off before leaving the house.

How about a small tube of this same compound mixed with a skin cream? It would be a cream version of a steptic pencil. Apply a dab and rub in. Better yet, since shaving can leave multiple tiny nicks, apply all over the face and you have killed two birds with one stone - moist skin and no bleeding nicks.
By prolificdave
#12428
How about trying a drop of crazy glue on the individual nicks. It work great for paper cuts, etc.
By Rishi
#12429
prolificdave wrote:How about trying a drop of crazy glue on the individual nicks. It work great for paper cuts, etc.


If crazy glue is cyanoacrylate based it will not set if exposed to air as it is anaerobic in setting. It is also an irritant. I find that a drop of unprocessed honey works well and leaves no scar.

rishi
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