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Step by step guide on how to

Ingrown Hair Removal ================== We all know they can be such a big problem if we do not take care of it regularly that is why here I will show you how simple is to take care of them. Some steps require some daily work others just on occasion, so lets take a closer look at them together. Ingrown hair can sometimes occur on different body areas most likely on your face, legs, neck or other body parts. Sometimes they can be not seen other times we can have red area around them, irritation and even pain, that is why you should take care of them as soon as possible and here are the how to remove ingrown hair steps for you.


1. Use an Face Cream to Exfoliate Exfoliate the area with an face cream. You should daily scrub the ingrown hair with this cream which also helps you remove dead skin cells, oil, dirt from the area. Take it slowly you do not want to make your ingrown hair bleed! I suggest you hit the hair from different angles.

2. Use the Hot Water to Soften the Area I suggest you take an washcloth and put it under the hot water. Use it to press against ingrown hair. This way you will soften also the hair which will bring it up on surface.

If that does not work try more times, do not forget to always use the hot water when the washcloth gets cold.

3. Use Tweezers Sometimes it is good if you sterile them also. Use the tweezers to gently put out all the ingrown hair which get out on the are surface. Be gentle do not press it too much on the skin else you will bleed.

4. Wash and Protect the Area Use an Antiseptic Liquid in order to protect your area from different infections. Do not forget to exfoliate the are regularly in order to prevent new ingrown hairs. Also try to use topical solution daily.

Ingrown hair removal pdf  

Ingrown hair removal can sometimes occur on different body areas most likely on your face, legs, neck or other body parts. Sometimes they ca...

Ingrown hair removal pdf  

Ingrown hair removal can sometimes occur on different body areas most likely on your face, legs, neck or other body parts. Sometimes they ca...

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