What To Do With Ingrown Hair?


There’s nothing more irritating than ingrown hair, especially if it’s in your sensitive or intimate body part. It can be itchy, sore and awkward in all the wrong places. Nothing’s worse than feeling that itch every time you walk past a mirror or scratch your nose.

The solutions to ingrown hair problem lies on various methods from easy treatments and professional service to simple lotions and creams.

The quick treatments are easy on the skin and the soreness should be gone by the next day.

The easy optionThere are a number of natural and home-made remedies for ingrown hair problems. One such recipe that is doing the rounds however is deemed as one of the most effective solutions. It takes only 15 minutes to make and you only need 2 ingredients; as opposed to many other recipes that need 3 or more ingredients.

In case you are wondering, you only need :

Two tea bags

One tea bag is deep conditioned, so leave it for 2 to 3 hours before you rinse it off.

The second tea bag is simply boiled.

A cotton ball and some warm water

First, you need to apply the tea bag over the affected area in order to open the pores. Leave it on for about 15 minutes and then you should start Rinse off the tea bag. Do that every day for 2 to 3 days.

The second solutionTopical creams are also becoming rather popular, which is fine. Simply speak with your aesthetician once you have found out what creams work well for you.

Going naturalSome people feel that going natural is the solution to the problem. They feel that the chemicals used in laser hair removal or the epilators can cause more serious skin conditions, therefore it is best to go natural.

Others feel that completely eliminating hair from the body, such as body shaving, will also eliminate hair forever since there will be no hair growth.

Factors involvedHere are factors that you should take into account when deciding on a remedy for ingrown hair:

discourage awayationanking away from shaving or using tweezers

REDACTED to use topically applied creams or lotions

unanimity on the parts of the body where the problem occurs

asks you to go on a quest for the perfect solution

Moreover, you should do your very best to avoid shaving, waxing, plucking, or any of the hair removal methods mentioned above.

If you have not tried out a hair removal method for ingrown hair, start with Step 1 for removing hair temporarily: get a wet washcloth, put some mild anti-ingrown-hair cream on it and wipe over your skin several times, taking care not to put the cream on your skin when cleansing.

Wash your skin normally when you are done with step one.

If you have not yet done so, you should increase your water intake.

Put the wet cloth on your skin.

Put the irritating ingrown hair you have on the cloth.

Push with the hair removal force of your hand.

Hold the skin with your other hand.

Shake the area with your joints.

Wash again with warm water.

Add more mild anti-ingrown-hair cream to the region.

Repeat the step.

If you are prepared to do step five, you will find that hair regrowth takes longer and the regrowth is of a finer texture.

It’s time to ditch the painful epilator.

Why not try waxing for yourself?

All you need is around ten minutes and you will see how easy it is to wax your own bikini line and your underarms.

Yes, it can be as painful as it sounds, but it really doesn’t matter. It is a quick painless hair removal method that you can do in the privacy of your own home.

After all, laser hair removal and epilator can wait for months before you want to shave again.

ten minutes

Wax or sugar is applied in the area to be treated.

A cotton ball, or maybe some hand lotion if you want extra hydration, is applied to the skin.

The wax if applied thick is quickly pulled off. If not, your aesthetician will roughly apply some witch hazel to the area.

After the waxing is complete, some skin careuster and a squeegee are positioned on the waxed area. Depending on the coarseness of the hair, this may hurt.

Is it done right?

Is the waxing carried out according to what your aesthetician says during the treatment?

Are the waxed hairs as clear as they could be?

Infinite Advice Writer

I have been giving beauty tips for over 25 years now. I am a professional writer and like to help people with their questions about beauty tips.

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