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Ingrown hairs, commonly known as razor bumps, are hairs that have curled around and grown back into the skin instead of rising up from it. Baking soda has a soothing effect on the skin due to its anti-inflammatory properties. Plus, it helps relieve itching by exfoliating the skin and also reduces redness caused by ingrown …Continue reading...

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How to Treat Ingrown Hair Scars

Massage olive oil on to the skin for a few minutes. Then, apply a steaming hot washcloth on the area and leave it until it cools. Next, massage some baking soda mixed with water on the area for a few minutes and wash it off. Finally, apply pure lemon juice on the area for 10mins to treat scarring.

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Tired of getting ingrown hairs? These beauty tips will ensure that your skin stays silky smooth and hair-free all Summer long!
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Tired of getting ingrown hairs? These beauty tips will ensure that your skin stays silky smooth and hair-free all Summer long!

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How to Treat Ingrown Hair Scars

Ingrown hairs are caused by the end of a hair becoming caught underneath the skin while it continues growing. The area typically becomes infected and pus-filled, often causing people to try to pick or pop the infected area. This leads to damage and scarring, leaving behind areas of skin discoloration long after the ingrown hair has healed. Luckily,...

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How to Treat Ingrown Hair Scars

Ingrown hairs are caused by the end of a hair becoming caught underneath the skin while it continues growing. The area typically becomes infected and pus-filled, often causing people to try to pick or pop the infected area. This leads to damage and scarring, leaving behind areas of skin discoloration long after the ingrown hair has healed. Luckily,...

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How to Treat Ingrown Hair Scars

Ingrown hairs are caused by the end of a hair becoming caught underneath the skin while it continues growing. The area typically becomes infected and...

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