How to Get Rid of Ingrown Hair

No matter what method of hair removal you have used, almost any woman had experience the problem of ingrown hairs. The ingrown hairs are coiled wires that grow beneath the epidermis after epilation or shaving.

They can be recognized by the small black spots on the skin or the redness zone, where it infects. This problem upsets many women because the legs are not perfectly smooth after epilation or shaving.

To get rid of this problem, the solution must be implemented in several steps. First, avoid shaving more than one period (2-3 weeks) to allow the hair to grow. Some will generate small bumps on the skin, making it easier to detect and remove.

Also use on the daily shower, a gel with exfoliating effect, very slightly abrasive. You can also use coffee grounds for rubbing problem areas. Thus remove dead skin and determines the wires to come out on surface. Take care not to irritate the skin by rubbing it harshly. Another recipe for skin exfoliation requires a cup of sugar and a cup of olive oil. Additionally add ten drops of tea tree oil to prevent infection and a few drops of lavender essential oil for odor. Scrub your skin using circular motions and then rinse with water. For better results use this scrub twice a week.

If you experience itching problems cause by the ingrown hair you should know that baking soda will help you get relieved. In a cup of water add a tablespoon of baking soda. Use a cotton ball to dip it in the solution and apply it on the affected areas. Hold it there for five minutes and wash the area with cold water. Repeat twice a day.

Aspirin reduce redness and inflammation cause by the ingrown hair. In a cup add a teaspoon of warm water and soak the aspirin. Stir until you get a paste. Once you get the paste add a teaspoon of honey and mix again. Apply the solution on the affected areas and leave it there for then minutes. Rinse with warm water.

To prevent the occurrence of other threads, you should prepare your skin for shaving. Whether you turn to wax, depilatory cream or shaving, is recommended to begin the hair removal procedure after a hot bath, because it opens your pores and allows and easier hair removal.