5 Natural Ways to Get Rid of Ingrown Hairs

Ingrown hairs are one of the most common and bothersome beauty problems.

They usually happen on your legs, underarms, and other areas where people shave or use other hair removal methods.
It’s common with people who have curly or coarse hair, although most people will come across this problem at least once.

What happens is that hairs grow below the skin, and has trouble breaking through the surface of your skin.

It almost always happens after shaving, because the razor cuts the upper part of the follicle and it gets partially blocked with dead skin cells.

It also happens when the hair curls and grows the wrong way, staying below the skin or in the follicle.

Whatever the case, it is an uncomfortable situation, not just because it affects your appearance but also because the bumps can be rather painful.

Fortunately, there are several home remedies to fix the problem with natural ingredients to relieve inflammation and help extract the hairs.

Below, we’ll share 5 of the best remedies for you to use the next time this happens.

1. Chamomile tea

To get rid of ingrown hairs, there are different solutions you can use to remove them while lowering your risk of infection and inflammation in the area.

Applying it directly to the skin helps shrink the bumps that form on the surface while helping open your pores so the hair can break the surface.

Ingredients
2 tablespoons of chamomile flowers (20 g)
1/2 cup of water (125 ml)
What do I do?
Add the two tablespoons of chamomile to the boiling water and let it sit for 5 to 10 minutes.
Once it cools to a bearable temperature, moisten a clean cloth and apply to the affected area.
Repeat two or three times a day until the problem is relieved.

2. Honey

Honey is a natural antibiotic. When applied topically, it helps lower inflammation and the risk of infection.

Using it several times a day will speed up healing and also moisturize your skin.

Ingredients
2 tablespoons of honey (50 g)
6 drops of lemon juice
What do I do?
Mix the honey with the lemon juice and then gently massage it into the affected area.
Let dry for 10 minutes, then rinse.
Apply two or three times a day for as long as necessary.

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