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How to remove an ingrown hair
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Sometimes Ingrown hairs get out of control, and you get an infected one that has to go, so how do you remove an ingrown hair?
We recommend seeing your doctor or esthetician for care, but we understand that sometimes it’s the middle of the night, and you have to get it out, or you can’t afford to visit a professional. So we came up with this post to help you out.
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What you need to remove an ingrown hair:
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It is important to clean the area before actually performing a removal. You will want to buy some alcohol prep pads. These are handy to keep around the house. We recommend:
You may want to have:
•Tiny bandaids. Sometimes a hair will create some blood spots. You might want to apply a small band-aid to the area. These band-aids are little and inexpensive:
•Neosporin. This First-aid ointment nourishes skin to minimize the appearance of scars after healing.
•Ingrown hair serum. It is used to prevent and reduce the appearance of unsightly razor bumps, ingrown hairs, and razor burns.
You don’t want any of those ingrown hairs to come back! We’ve reviewed many serums on the post, The ultimate list of ingrown hair lotions, serums, creams and treatments.
•An exfoliation brush. The best (easiest & inexpensive) way to prevent those ingrown hairs in the first place is to exfoliate every day. We like the Wizker brush, but there are a few others you might want to try.
In conclusion, the best way to deal with those bad little ingrowns is consistent prevention. We have a variety of ways to treat your ingrown hairs. You could try Natural Remedies or Commercial serums.
If you are a chronic picker you may have developed scars from your ingrown hairs. Take a look at our most popular blog post on Scar Treatments.
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