Ok, I have mustered up the courage in myself to ask this question, but first you need a little background knowledge.
So I shave, I am not talking about facial hair, and every time I do these red-ish pink bumps appear. They never appear on the ventral side of my body, specifically(pubic region), but alway appear on my posterior. Sorry for all the weird word I'm just nervous. Now, the bumps do not hurt much, if at all, I just hate them. So my question, well questions are:
1) What causes the bumps. I realize that it has something to do with the shaving but I am not sure entirely what is creating the bumps. What biologically is happening? If you can not answer this question just skip it.
2) Have any of you ever had problems like this?
3) Will this eventually stop happening when I shave?
The bumps usually go away after a period of four to six days. I do use shaving cream, and I did experiment with putting baby oil on my posterior after shaving, lotion, and aftershave. All separate experiments so as not to cause any screwed up results. I did find that most treatment I tried preemptivly showed a decrease in number of bumps, but not by much, and a decrease in time it took to heal,again not by much. I am very curious to find out what is going on, and how to possibly solve the problem. I was hopping that some of the more experienced members could tell me what is going on, but all replies are welcome. I know it is kind of silly to ask about this, but I did not know where to turn. Please, if anyone can help, reply.