• Shelly Reagon

HELP! Ingrown Hairs

An Ingrown hair is a naturally, or shaved, waxed or tweezed hair that grows back into the skin, causing inflammation.

Ingrown hairs are common in persons of African descent, but can affect anyone with curly or coarse hair.

The main symptoms are small, solid bumps and small, pus-filled blisters. In the event a Guest/Member experiences ingrown hairs, they should keep the area clean, dry and exfoliated daily. Waxer should recommended a treatment or preventative product. If reaction persists, call us or your physician!


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