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How To Get Rid Of Ingrown Hair At Home?

Are you planning to get rid of those unwanted hair from your body? You might be planning to buy the razor kit and most of you may have even bought it. Few may have even observed a peculiar outgrowth on your skin which is painful, sore or warm to touch. This condition of ingrown hair arises when the hair grows sideways or curls back in the skin itself. It is prevalent amidst people having bristly or curly hair and also occurs due to shaving or waxing frequently. Hence, we bring here some effective home remedies for ingrown hair.

It is not necessary that it may cause an infection of the hair follicle which is also known by many names as folliculitis, the famous “razor bumps”, or the pseudofolliculitis barbae. It varies in size. They appear mostly in the arms, legs, beard area or bikini area. Of course, they disappear with time but what if we say that there are various remedies to get rid of this gut-wrenching feeling without visiting a doctor? Know some of the easy home remedies for ingrown hair quickly.

Home Remedies for Ingrown Hair

Easy Home Remedies For Ingrown Hair

1. Potato Peel

It may seem weird but the potato is one of the most effective home remedies for ingrown hair. It is also one of the easily available vegetables in the market and thus this remedy is highly preferred by people worldwide. All you got to do is peel the potato and apply the raw side of it on the affected area for 24 hours. It is advised to use a band-aid so that the peel does not move. Potatoes lessen the puffiness, boost skin rejuvenation, nourish and moisturise the skin. Moreover, it has a huge level of starch which precisely pulls out ingrown hair. The outcome of the remedy is astounding. So, next time, think twice before throwing the peels away.

2. Aloe Vera

Aloe Vera has always been a potent herb and is well known for it’s refreshing and soothing benefits. Aloe vera has always been a very beneficial herbal cure to stop the ingrown hair. All you got to do is apply it on the affected area and leave it for half an hour and then rinse it off with lukewarm water. This process is to be repeated two times daily and for seven days, consequently reducing the razor bumps and the ingrown hair. Applying aloe vera on the infected area instantly assuages it providing immediate relief from redness, inflammation, and itching. Moreover, the healing process is fastened by it. Aloe vera, unlike other astringents, does not contain alcohol because of which it is used after shaving in order to prevent the burning sensation.

3. Warm Compress

This home remedy is the easiest one. Soak and squeeze a cloth in the warm water and apply it on the infected area. Continue to follow the process several times a day, till you notice the hair come out of the skin.

4. Garlic

From seasoning food to ingrown hair, garlic has many uses. All you got to do is crush the garlic and apply the paste on the area affected and use a bandage on the area. Wait for 30-45 minutes and rinse it off with water and mild soap. Follow the process twice a day.

5. Coffee

Coffee, when mixed with lukewarm water, can work wonders to fight the problem of ingrown hair. Mix coffee and lukewarm water and make a paste. Now apply the paste to the infected area and gently massage it. Wait for 15 minutes and rinse it off with warm water.

6. Castor Oil

Take a cotton ball and dip it in castor oil and use a thick layer of it on the affected area of ingrown hair. Wait for 15 minutes and then clean it off with a wet cloth. For the best results, repeat the process 2 to 3 times on daily basis. This thick mask of castor oil unblocks the pores thus releasing the pus and the ingrown hair.

7. Milk & Bread

Beauty treatment is considered incomplete without exfoliation. Milk and Bread is one of the best exfoliators which makes the ingrown hair loose and makes the loop come on the surface.  Take a chunk of bread and simply dip it in lukewarm milk. Subsequently, apply it over the infected area and use a bandage over the area in order to help it stick to the surface for a while. Continue the process till the hair loop is visible on the surface of the skin. Now use a sterilized needle to pull it off.

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Naina Shrinivas

Naina loves to create new crafts from anything....! She also loves cooking and write articles related to lifestyle and health. She believes a healthy outside begins from inside. She is a fun loving person who tries to see the brighter side of life.

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