Re: ingrown chin hair problem
Unless you have quite a bit of chin hair, laser may be over kill, and electrolysis a better solution.
With either method, you must stop tweezing. Tweezing is a hard habit to breat, but look at it this way...tweezing is damaging your skin anyway, why would you even consider ever tweezing again?
You can clip or shave the hair all you want to. For electrolysis, the electrologist would only need one or 2 day's worth of growth. For laser, they will either shave you or have you shave before the treatment anyway. If you've got it in your mind that shaving makes hair worse...it doesn't, it can't, it won't. Old, old, old urban legend that has been scientifically proven multiple times. You're going to get rid of the hair, it's SO worth the little inconvenience it may cause you in the process. At this point, hopefully you haven't damaged your skin to a point where it will not heal on its own. If you continue to tweeze, you will hyperpigment and scar.
Tend Skin works for some people. It can be harsh on the skin. It's not a substitute for getting rid of those hairs permanently, but it may help you now. I would baby my skin as much as possible, rather than continuing to traumatize it with unsterilized tweezers digging at stubble.