Foliculitis; its the minor infection you get that is called razor burn. I have the same issue, or rather I used to. You need to prep more when you are getting ready to shave. Take a nice long shower to give your hair time to weaken. Shave with sharp, sharp razors and ALWAYS in the direction the hair grows. Its tempting to shave against the grain because the skin feels so much smoother, but this can cause ingrown hairs. Immediately after shaving, I usually put something with a lot of aloe in it on, or I just use my toner (non alcohol based) and follow that with my moisturizer. Also, the shaving creams made for guys usually have a lot of fragrance in them, which can also aggravate your skin, maybe try something like aveeno? I use a product someone made for me with menthol and peppermint oils, but I don't think thats so important and you could probably find a similar product on the market. OH and don't exfoliate the same day you shave.. the razor takes layers of skin off and exfoliating just makes it worse. If all that doesn't work, try electric. Not as close and will hurt for the first week or two you do it, but will ultimately maybe help. Good luck!