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Quick tip #6: how to avoid in-grown hair

by Happy Mom (follow)
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Men and women choose to remove hair from certain parts of their bodies for different reasons. One of the after-effects of removing body hair may be the appearance of painful in-grown hair.

To prevent in-grown hair:

1. Exfoliate the area before hair removal with a dry body brush.
2.. After removal, scrub the area using a natural fibred exfoliating glove, and rub on a tea tree oil solution.



tea tree oil, exfoliating glove


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