3 Simple Ways To Get Rid of Ingrown Hair

As easy as 1, 2, 3!

Unfortunately, most of us have dealt with ingrown hair way more than we like to admit. Those annoying, pesky hair bits that get stuck under the skin are just SO annoying! UGH! Luckily, we have found 3 simple steps to get rid of your ingrown hair issue once and for all! Check them out...

1) Use heat.
Using a hot compress on the affected area will help to open up your pores and bring the ingrown hair to surface. 

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2) Exfoliate, exfoliate, exfoliate!
Exfoliating the skin helps get rid of dead skin cells and dirt from the skin. It also helps to bring the the trapped hair out. 

3) Remove trapped hair.
Free the trapped hair under your skin by using a clean, sharp object such as tweezers. If you feel you are pulling and tugging under your skin, go back and add more heat to your skin. Be sure to sanitize any tools prior to using them on your skin. 

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