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can you give a description of an ingrown hair, i just wanna make sure 100%, and also, how do you get rid of them?
It can be just a red bump, or yellow/white, and you can sometimes see the hair in it. Basically if it is an area with thick, coarse hair that you shave it is safe to assume that you are looking at an ingrown hair.
To deal with an ingrown hair, prevention is key. So use shaving cream, and exfoliate in the shower. Also, if you are prone to them pick up something like Bikinizone to help prevent them.
If you already have one, try exfoliating it a lot and that will usually make it go away. You can also try squeezing the ingrown hair as well, use Qtips and roll them towards the center of the spot (be sure to use a hot compress before doing this). If that does not you can use tweezers (be sure to sterilize them with rubbing alcohol before and after) and pick gently at the hair (if you see it) or the “head” of the ingrown hair. Again a hot compress is really important. Also, be sure to put Neosporin or another antibiotic cream on the area afterwards and wear loose clothing afterwards.
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what causes ingrown hairs? i have them all over the tops of my legs and my lady part! and how do i get rid of em???
Simply put: They’re usually caused by hair removal, where the shaft of the hair becomes stuck under the skin. This is usually because the root of the hair hasn’t been removed. Or the follicle can become inflamed by bacteria which get in when the hair is removed, and it causes the hair to grow in the wrong direction.
You can decrease number of ingrowns by exfoliation before shaving, only using a sharp clean razor, using plenty of shaving cream and being gentle on the skin, and moisturizing the skin afterwards.
However some people are just prone to very bad ingrowns - if they become painful or you just can’t get rid of them then see a doctor.
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Clients often ask me how they can minimize razor bumps and ingrown hair. While some skin types may be prone to bumps, THE KEY TO MINIMIZING RAZOR BUMPS AND INGROWN HAIR IS TO KEEP THE SKIN MOISTURIZED.
Minimizing razor bumps begins with shaving properly. Prep the skin with a hot towel to…