Hi I'm a 30 y/o female and within the past 3 days I've noticed these blisters pop up in my arm pits, close to my groin and on my legs. The only thing I've done differently is change the blade on my razor, problem is i can't be 100% sure it was a brand new blade. A couple months ago i remember i was switching out my blade on my razor and the one i took off didn't look bad at all, if it had been used it was used maybe once or twice prior to me switching it out. Coincidentally these blister things are only in areas that were in direct contact with my razor. I have NEVER seen anything like these before, it's not razor burn but looks like how your skin looks when you get a blister from a burn. I don't know what they are but they hurt!
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replied November 17th, 2018
The armpits and groin our area is common for ingrown hair's leading to folliculitis and abscess formation Especially if if an injured area or cut or a boil infection isn't treated properly The razor which you are using should also be changed do a proper one so that no in necessary Injuries are caused the area should be kept clean and dry diabetes should be ruled out as it is in itself and immune compromised condition and I and provides a floor tile ground for such an infected wounds and blister formation

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