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Posted by Paul
on November 11, 2000 at 06:46:00:
In Reply to: Re: ingrown facial hair posted by MSW on October 12, 2000 at 20:58:28:
: I had this for years ( still happens ) and I am pretty scarred as a result (I had to dig out). Happens only on my face where I shave. Only thing I have heard is AHA exfoliate and there are products if you do a search (ex. tend skin, bump stopper) but I don't think they help. I think my problem has been thick skin and fine hair !
: Sorry I couldn't be more help, I would love a definite answer.
: : My husband has ingrown facial hair in a couple
: : of recurring spots. But instead of one hair
: : it is under the skin in a cluster of 8 or 10.
: : Does any one know what the choices of remedies
: : are for this?
I too have the same problem my face will be fine for a few days and then all of a sudden 3 or 4 bumps appear and then the next day they are infected. I have found the only way is to remove the hair but this leaves a very sore a unsightly spot.
Has any got any good answers yet?
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