Sunday, June 28, 2009

Ingrown Hair Part 2: The Treatment

Now that you know what causes ingrown hairs, the next step is eliminating them: Let's start with what not to do. We've seen some scary examples of removing ingrown hairs using tweezers and needles to pluck hairs from the skin. Um, ouch? Please don't remove an ingrown hair this way! Picking and plucking at an ingrown hair can lead to skin damage, scarring and inflammation around the area.

The safest method for ingrown hair removal at home is exfoliation. Bliss Ingrown Eliminating Pads address all aspects of optimal ingrown hair treatment. These spa-tested ingrown hair eliminators come in a jar of 50 pre-soaked pads. Just grab and wipe over the ingrown hairs. You can even use them between hair removal sessions to prevent ingrown hairs from rearing their ugly little heads in the first place. Bliss Ingrown Eliminating Pads contain glycolic and salicylic acids, which provide the exfoliating action to remove dead skin cells and clear a path for the ingrown hairs to grow out of the skin. Salicylic acid also has both cleansing and anti-inflammatory properties.

What makes Bliss Ingrown Eliminating Pads special is it's Japanese Green Tea extracts. A unique, advanced action ingredient that soothes and eliminates ingrown hairs. Additional soothing agents include: oat extracts, lavender extracts and witch hazel extracts which provide superior skin calming, healing and anti-inflammatory affects that treat ingrown hairs.

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