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What causes razor bumps?

Razor bumps are a serious problem for men. Generally occurring on the face and neck of individuals with curly hair. Razor bumps are commonly triggered by shaving, resulting in hair re-entering or caught trapped under the skin. Bacteria and fungi begins to form resulting in irritating and infected bumps (pseudofolliculitis barbae).

If they are left untreated, razor bumps will result in further infections and may require medical treatment.

How to use Black Gold? 

Apply a small amount of Black Gold's concentrated treatment gel to the affected area twice daily for the first week. Apply one daily application after initial week. For best results, leave on for 3-5 minutes. Wipe off with a clean cloth. You will experience visible results within 3 days. By the end of your first week of

treatment, most razor bumps be completely gone.


Because the gel is applied directly to the infected area only, one tube should last approximately one month during treatment period. For maintenance and prevention it should be applied every second day and will last approxinately two months.

How to prevent razor bumps?

Most products currently available have only an astringent and an alcohol. This combination leaves your skin dry and darkened. While they may appear to work in the short term, they provide no long lasting effect. The razor bumps never truly disappear. In most cases, they actually darken the spots.

Black Gold is truly unique as it goes to work at the core of the problem. Black Gold is scientifically formulated to fight and eliminate pseudofolliculitis barbae, Razor Bumps, leaving your skin moisturized and smooth.


Black Gold Razor Bump Treatment Gel effectively kills the bacteria relieving irritation and infection, while simultaneously moisturizing your skin allowing the hair follicles to heal and close, so hair can grow back normally..


Black Gold is the #1 product on the market, and the #1 choice for razor bump treatment. Try Black Gold and say goodbye to razor bumps.

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