I say worms itchy, bumpy, painful. Ingrown hairs are the worst. They are a common side effect of shaving and waxing. I’d say that’s why I became an expert on the subject. As a professional Sugarist, I have been working with this type of skin condition for almost seven years. Most of my clients are prone to ingrown hairs and are tired of shaving or waxing with breakage. People search high and low for a solution and many people come to me after reading many articles about how sugar is more beneficial for skin and hair removal.

As someone who trains other Estheticians on how to do this amazing art, here’s what I’ve found.

  1. Sugaring hair removal removes hair in the direction of hair growth. Thus, hair is gently and precisely removed.
  2. When properly absorbed, the entire hair is removed including the roots, which is why hair regrowth is much slower. Waxing has a higher risk of hair breakage, which is not good for my ingrown-prone friends.
  3. There are professional treatments that can combat ingrown toenails including high frequency, facial or pelvic skin care.
  4. At home, routines that are also key to keeping those pesky hairs at bay include manual exfoliation (using a skin stimulator), chemical exfoliation as well as moisturizing the area. treatment to help hair regrow.

When in doubt, find a street vendor who provides the education and support you need to resolve this issue. The reality is that your environment can also affect ingrown hairs. If you live in a hot and humid area where perspiration is virtually unavoidable, ingrown hairs could be something you continue to face. A good home regimen along with a monthly facial/vitreous care can really make a difference in your comfort.


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