Preventing ingrown hair can be done by applying products but also by choosing a hair removal method that will lower your chances. Read more about these methods and say good-bye to redness, bumps and inflammation. Who needs that?
1. ElectrolysisThe only method FDA approved for permanent hair removal using a needle to destroy the hair follicle. Results aren’t 100% guaranteed for everyone, but does have the best track record over any other hair ridding method. So if the hair isn’t growing, then you won’t have to deal with the redness, bumps and inflammation.
I haven’t had any ingrown hairs in my bikini line, famous for getting bumps because of the coarse hair, after using Tria laser hair removal at home. About 90% of the hair is presently gone, and some hair is much finer.
3. SugaringWaxing often breaks hair above or below the the skin's surface instead of removing the entire hair follicle because it's taken in the opposite direction of growth. Instead of a new follicle growing with the natural beveled edge, the broken hair creates a sharper edge, making it easier for hair to grow back into skin.
The real sugaring technique (using a paste) lifts hair out in the same direction it grows, allowing the entire hair folllicle to be removed easier over breaking. So not only do you have longer lasting results, you have made of world of difference in preventing ingrown hair.