There are many different treatments for ingrown hairs:
They can be removed with tweezers (though this can be painful) or dislodged with a rotable medical device for ingrown hairs.
Some people who chronically get ingrown hairs use laser treatment or electrolysis to completely prevent hair growth.
There are many different products that prevent or cure ingrown hairs. Some are alcohol-based, while others are alcohol-free. For some, alcohol can cause skin irritation and thus alcohol-free products may be preferred.
Prophylactic treatments include twice daily topical application of diluted glycolic acid.
Applying salicylic acid solution is also a common remedy for ingrown hairs caused by waxing or shaving.
Other treatments include putting a warm washcloth over the ingrown hair, shaving in a different direction, tweezing, exfoliating with facial scrubs, brushes, sponges, towels, or creams containing acids, and ibuprofen or other non-steroidal anti-inflammatory drugs (NSAIDs).
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