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Ingrown Hairs

Discussion in 'Health & Body' started by kronik, Sep 10, 2006.

  1. fudgebutt

    fudgebutt Well-Known Member

    Feb 9, 2008
    What about ingrowns as a result of body hair removal? I use a phillips bodygroom and occasionally nair clear the area between and around my shoulders, neck and chest. I seem to explode with ingrowns, tend skin or not.

    Needless to say, it sucks, and i've narrowed it down to a few causes...
    1. Working out
    2. Application of pressure, like wearing a backpack, gym back over the shoulder, or leaning back on my bed in front of the xbox 360.

    It's odd, I'll shave my johnson and ballsack to a mirror sheen and I get no ingrowns. Shoulders? Tons of them. It's revolting, and I need a solution god dammit!
  2. aizan

    aizan Senior member

    Jul 21, 2008
    electrolysis? or leave it alone.

    i stopped getting ingrown hairs on my neck and jawline when i started using a double edge razor (used to use mach 3).
  3. PARTY

    PARTY Senior member

    Aug 9, 2008
    At-home waxing kits, as foreign as that may sound, work like crazy for a good week and a half to two weeks.

    The special cloths they supply with the waxing pads take care of the skin and I've never had any problems.

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