Treatment of Ingrown Hairs on the Bikini-Line | Melapads

March 23, 2017

Treating ingrown hairs on the bikini line

Ingrown hairs are more prominent in the bikini line, presumably because hair in this region is generally curlier than other parts of the body. Why does that matter, you ask? It’s because curly hair usually grows out of the skin at an angle, causing it to sometimes get stuck before it exits the skin. As the hair shaft grows longer, it tends to get stuck underneath the skin, causing an ingrown hair.

One of the most effective treatments for recurrent ingrown hairs is to do laser hair removal. As such, bikini line laser hair removal continues to be an ever-popular and safe treatment for ingrown hairs.

If you wax or shave the bikini line and continue to get ingrown hairs, you may benefit from daily exfoliation to help promote bikini hair from getting stuck underneath the skin. Exfoliation decreases ingrown hairs, clogged pores, and clogged hair follicles and thereby decreases the amount of ingrown hairs.

Melapads Daily Exfoliating Pads work extremely well in reducing ingrown hairs in the bikini line. The pads contain a combination of alpha and beta hydroxy acids to exfoliate the skin and kojic acid to lighten any skin discoloration.

SKIN CONCERN: Ingrown hairs in the bikini-line

SOLUTION: Twice daily application of Melapads Daily Exfoliating Pads, 60 count





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