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8/19/2014 5:30 AM grooming • 0 Comments

Ingrown Hairs Home Remedy

  • Approximately once a week place a warm, damp facecloth over your face to open your pores, which will make it easier to coax out stubborn hairs.

  • Then, use a loofah along with a gentle facial scrub to slough off the dead skin on your face which would otherwise be blocking your hair follicles.
  • Avoid using a loofah more frequently than this recommendation, however, as you don't want to dry out your skin, doing so will actually increase your chances of suffering from ingrown hairs.

  • Following these treatments, tweezers can help bring ingrown hairs to the surface, but resist the urge to pluck them out because they'll likely reappear and be worse than before.

  • Lastly, keep in mind that putting a lot of pressure on your razor while shaving will mean you end up clipping your hair too close to your skin, increasing the likelihood that you'll be seeing ingrown hairs.



When you’re exfoliating, make sure to be very gentle and move the product around in a circular motion. Also, one of the best ways to eliminate ingrown hairs is acne medicine.