Ingrown hair routine

These are caused when hair curls back or grows beneath your skin’s surface due to dead skin cells blocking the hair follicles. This blockage leads to folliculitis, an infection of bacteria or fungi that can enter the skin. They’re common in areas where hair is removed, such as the face or legs, especially after shaving or waxing; ingrown hairs are more likely to occur in those with naturally coarse or curly hair, as these hair types can grow back into the skin after removal.

There are three types of ingrown hair: the classic ingrown, the friction ingrown and the cystic ingrown. Classic Ingrown Hair: This is a common type where the hair grows parallel to the skin’s surface or in a cyclone-like shape.

Friction-Based Ingrown Hair: Hair that emerges on the surface but curves back into the skin due to friction, often caused by tight clothing.

The Cystic Ingrown Hair: This type is trapped deep below the skin, leading to inflammation and swelling.

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