What is Ingrown Hair?

Reverse hair growth his called ingrown hair. The result is inflammation and formation of a small pink bump.
Ingrown hair is a common phenomenon. It generally occurs in people who have curly hair. Recently shaved areas are more prone to this.

Although generally harmless, ingrowing hair can be painful, especially when infected. If you are prone to this condition, it is important to avoid waxing and shaving as this may cause further aggravation and more ingrowing hairs to occur.

Treatment for Ingrown Hair.

We have a set of treatments depending upon the severity of the case. We highly recommend attending a consultation session at our clinic.

Laser Hair Removal for Ingrown Hair

Laser hair removal is a medical procedure that uses a laser – an intense, pulsating beam of light to remove unwanted hair. The traditional methods of removing unwanted hair including plucking shaving, waxing, chemical depilation, etc. are generally inconvenient, painful and messy. Due to a large number of benefits men and women of all ages are adopting more effective solution – laser hair reduction.Laser hair removal attacks at the source of the problem, hence it is the most recommended procedure in such circumstances.
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Exfoliation Treatment Ingrown Hair

We offer a variety of exfoliating treatments that can help with stubborn ingrowing hairs. Specific skin peels and microdermabrasion both work to remove dead skin cells that are trapped in the hair follicle and over the ingrowing hair, freeing it to heal naturally.

A skin peel involves applying a non-toxic chemical solution to the skin to encourage skin cell turnover, allowing fresh, soft skin to replace it. Microdermabrasion is performed using a mechanical device which simultaneously buffs away unwanted dead skin cells using microcrystals and vacuums the top layer of skin.

Although both exfoliation treatments will help the condition, they are not long-term solutions for eradicating the problem, especially if you choose to continue with temporary hair removal methods such as shaving and waxing.
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