Whichever method of hair removal used, almost any woman had, at one time, a problem with ingrown hairs. Ingrown hair problem lies in the tangled hairs that grow beneath the skin after waxing or shaving.
Avoid removing your hair for a longer period of time (2-3 weeks) to allow the hairs to grow. Some of the ingrown hairs will generate small bumps on the skin, making it easier to detect and remove.
Apply the following natural method of removing ingrown hairs:
First you need to heat a cup of milk, but watch out not to boil it, because you don’t want it to be too hot, given that you will put it on your skin. Soak a piece of bread in hot milk and put it right over the area where the hair grew under the skin. Keep the compress there until it cools, then repeat the process, but the second time keep the bread on the skin for ten minutes.
After passing the 10 minutes, you should see the open pore. Take a sterile needle, as thin as possible, and pull the hair to the surface through the open pore. If you are afraid of needles, then you could press one side and the other with the ends of two cotton swabs, like squeezing a pimple. The hair should come out easily.
The warm milk opens your pores and at the same time moisturizes the skin. Hydrated skin is more elastic, so you can remove the ingrown hairs easier.
Careful! The needle that you use must be sterile, or you risk infecting yourself. Moreover, at the end of the “procedure” you could apply an antiseptic cream.