Although ingrown hairs pose no health risk, they look unsightly and aren’t only a great burden for women, but also men. When white or red bubbles appear on the skin, it’s a sign that we have to deal with this unpleasant problem.
The hair, instead of piercing through the skin, begins to grow into it and creates an inflammation. Sometimes the follicle becomes inflamed. Pus-filled bumps usually appear where we most often shave: the bikini area, on the legs or armpits. They’re accompanied by a nagging itch, which is sometimes really annoying!
Today we present some home remedies to help combat ingrown hairs. Take a look at what we’ve prepared!
It contains ingredients which cleanse and disinfect the skin.
All you need to do is crush 2-3 aspirin pills and combine them with warm water. The mash should be applied using a cotton swab onto the affected parts of the body.
Not only does it perfectly exfoliate the skin, but it also stimulates blood circulation and helps open up pores.
How to use it to get rid of ingrown hairs? Mix half a teaspoon of salt in a glass of water and with a sponge or cotton swab, apply the solution to the skin. Do not rinse the mixture off, but leave it on the body for several hours. This is best done in the evening before going to bed.
3. Bread soaked in warm milk
Eliminates irritation, unclogs pores and helps hair break through the skin.
Heat the milk and soak a piece of bread in it (can be stale). Then apply the mixture to the skin and wait until it cools down. Take a disinfected needle and start carefully removing the ingrown hairs.
More methods can be found on the next page!