Top 7 Ways To Prevent Ingrown Hairs At Home

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Ingrown hair is one of the biggest problems that women face after a hair removal procedure. There is no sure shot reason as to why it happens or which of the hair removal solutions causes the most of it, however it usually occurs more in women who have dense and coarse hair that grows on their body. If you have curly hair on your body then the chance of ingrown hair is always higher. This however doesn’t mean that someone with less hair growth and straight hair growing on their body is safe. Ingrown hair occurs in almost every one and it is one of the most difficult situations to deal with. This is because when it gets infected not only is it painful and but it also leaves a really bad scar at the end of healing.

These days there are various methods available in the market to help treat ingrown hair, but the best method to treat ingrown hair is the one that you can use at home. Here are some amazing home remedies for you to learn how to treat ingrown hair without any chemical products.

1. Sugar Scrub

Sugar Scrub

This is a safe and effective way to get rid of ingrown hair and help your skin look smooth and beautiful.

All you need to do is take one teaspoon of sugar and combine it with a few drops of olive oil. Mix this well and rub it around the infected ingrown hair. You can also add some tea tree oil or lavender oil inside the mixture. Vitamin E oil can also be used in place of olive oil for this scrub.

2. Baking Soda Scrub

Baking Soda Scrub

Baking soda is an excellent way to treat ingrown hair at home. Simply combine a tablespoon of baking soda in a quarter cup of water and dip a cotton ball in it. After a few minutes use this cotton ball to wrap around the infected area and leave it for a few minutes. Once it dries up wash the area with cold water and the ingrown hair will settle down and come out of your skin. You can also combine baking soda with oatmeal and water to form a paste that you can use to scrub around the ingrown hair.

3. Epilator

Epilator for ingrown hairs

The use of an epilator is definitely beneficial to help reduce ingrown hair. Since you can use your epilator at home it definitely works wonders to prevent ingrown hair. You can check RadarMagazine’s guide to best epilators for more information before buying the right one for yourself. You can also run a wet epilator around the ingrown hair to help pluck it out from the root. 

4. Tea Tree Oil

Tea Tree Oil

Take a few drops of tea tree oil and rub it around the ingrown hair. Leave it for a few minutes before you scrub the area with a loofah. Do this a few times and the ingrown hair will automatically come out of your skin. You can also use tea tree oil to apply post any hair removal procedure because this helps to reduce the amount of ingrown hair that occurs on your body.

5. Aspirin

Aspirin

Dissolve two tablets of Aspirin in warm water and apply this mixture on the ingrown hair. You can leave this to dry off for a few minutes and wash it off. This usually helps to guide the ingrown hair outside your skin and it also helps to prevent any infections from occurring.

6. Turmeric With Chickpea Paste

Turmeric With Chickpea Paste

This is a great way to get rid of ingrown hair and it’s also the safest. If you have sensitive skin and you don’t want to risk using any of the above mentioned methods, then all you need to do is take a tablespoon of chickpea flour with a quarter tablespoon of turmeric powder and a little water. Turn this into a paste and apply it on the ingrown hair. Not only will this help to take out the hair but it will prevent any infection from occurring because turmeric is an anti septic ingredient that works really well.

7. Chamomile Tea

Chamomile Tea

A lot of people do not know this but chamomile tea is excellent for your skin. The next time you have a cup of chamomile tea; do not throw away the used tea bag. Soak the tea bag in a little warm water for a few minutes and then squeeze out all the excess water that has been in the tea bag. Use a kitchen towel or a small face towel to soak it up and then put this towel on the infected area.

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