I've been having some razorburn lately and trying to figure out what is causing it. I honestly do not think it is my technique anymore, since I have been DE shaving for three months now and have the routine pretty down-pat, and before the irritation started happening, my technique was the same so I do not think it could be that. However, I could be wrong and I digress. The burn only appears on my neck, in that annoyingly tough spot to reach yet also incredibly sensitive area under my jawline. Last week I finished up the Cella that I had been using (which I don't recall getting the burn while using) and started a sample of Soap Commander soap (it's an orange-ish color, I forget the name). That is when I started noticing the razorburn. It comes as red patches in the aforementioned area that hurt even when I casually and lightly stroke my neck while focusing or thinking. I only shave every 2-3 days, and when the burn appears after I shave on, say, a Wednesday morning, by Friday morning it is STILL there, albeit a little less inflamed and not as painful. Could it be the soap? Has anyone else been really sensitive to Soap Commander's stuff? I used the sample for the last time yesterday morning with only a little left in the bottom of my soap bowl and just decided to chuck it because I'm convinced that is causing the burn and I wasn't a fan of that scent anyway. I have another sample of SC, again the name escapes me, but I think it is a greenish or grey color (I'm terribly colorblind so don't hold me to that). I'm wary to try that, so I held off from putting that in my bowl and instead will be using some Arko tomorrow morning because that is my go to. Sorry for such a long post and I hope someone can help. Oh, and by the way, I sometimes either use Noxzema right before I go to bed the night before a shave to cleanse my skin or if I do not do that I scrub my face with regular soap right before I shave. Maybe that is it. I do EMR scanning for a dermatologist and I recall her saying once that exfoliating products like Noxzema strip away the top layer of skin and maybe that is what is making it sensitive. Thanks again gentlemen!