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7 Home Remedies To Get Rid Of Ingrown Hair

Updated on July 27, 2020

Ingrown hair is also known as the razor bump hair which can grow unnaturally over the skin. Sometimes if you wax your skin frequently without a gap of some days, it can result in ingrown hair. These little hairs are curled and rounded and can sometimes get inflammatory and itchy. Generally, this issue is found over the legs, bikini lining, beard area, and such places. You can use the home remedies to battle the ingrown hair soon and get your smooth and glorious skin back! Not only they look quite unpleasing but also they sometimes create an uneasy situation while appearing as a pimple or bump.

Here Are Some Cool Home Remedies Which Can Fight These Issues Soon Without Any Side Effects!

1. Baking Soda:

Baking soda is a cool cleansing expert that can fight the bumps and ingrown hair and can get you your stunning skin back. Sometimes ingrown hair and the affected area can get itchy and inflammatory. N this case, you can use baking soda over it and fight various side effects of the issue. Get some baking soda and mix it with water. Now apply this paste on the affected area. Perform this for 2-3 times a day ad you would get a noticeable difference in some time.

2. Sugar:

Sugar is a hydrating, nourishing ad cleansing agent that can work miracles on your skin. Sometimes the ingrown hair does not feel itchy but they just appear to be very ugly and discomforting. In this case, you can use sugar to scrub out the bump like structure and make your skin look glorious and gorgeous. Sugar particles would simply make your skin nourished and smooth and would fight the ingrown hair.

3. Honey:

This soothing and calming agent too could work amazingly over the ingrown hair or razor bumps. Get some fresh honey and apply this paste on the affected area. Regular use of honey over the ingrown hair would make the hair follicles and roots lose and would soon get you rid of this issue. Fight ingrown hair with this super cool remedy!

4. Cucumbers:

Cucumbers are very soothing, brightening, and would get you amazing outcomes. If you are suffering from itchy razor bumps and need some calming and cool ingredients that can make your skin smooth and battle the ingrown hair, go for the cucumbers. Cucumbers would fight the ingrown hair and would also eliminate the dark and pigmented effect of the hair.

5. Coffee:

Coffee powder, another scrubbing agent would simply and softly remove all the ingrown hair within just a few applications and would get your smooth a cleansed skin back! Coffee powder is amazing and nourishing which would get you a cool amount of soothing from inflammation too.

6. Potato Peel:

Potatoes are bleaching agents that can fight the pores, patchy skin, pigmentation, inflammation, and such other issues quickly. If you are suffering from an ingrown hair and feel quite embarrassing to explore your skin, go for this remedy and completely fight out this issue. Apply some potato peel on the affected area and let it work for 15 minutes. Perform this 2-3 times and you would soon get amazing outcomes!

7. Tea Tree Oil:

This ultimate cleansing essential oil is made to fight the bacteria and side effects! This cool essential oil is used to fight skin issues, burning sensation, infections, and such conditions. For ingrown hair too, this cool ingredient would help you! Apply tea tree oil on the affected area daily and you would soon get rid of the issue.

8. Ice Pack:

After waxing, wrap the ice cubes in a clean cloth and apply it to the waxed area for a few seconds. Doing so helps to prevent ingrown hairs, along with the closing of the pores.

9. Apply hot compress:

Dip a soft towel in warm water and squeeze it into the waxed position. Repeat this process a couple of times. By doing this, the hair of the body will soften and start appearing on the surface of the skin.

10. Rice Powder Scrub:

Mix rice powder with curd and add a pinch of turmeric to it. It is an excellent exfoliator. Rubbing it on the body helps in removing dead cells as well as ingrown hair.

11. Almond Scrub:

By adding powdered almonds to the curd, you can soften skin cells and remove dead cells.

12. Salt and Almond Oil:

Prepare a scrub by mixing one teaspoon of salt in a teaspoon of almond oil. Applying it on the skin will be of great benefit.


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