Not only is laser hair removal a reliable treatment for ingrown hair, but it also acts as Ingrown hairs, also known as pseudofolliculitis or razor bumps, are one of the most irritating problems both men and women battle with, it is both unappealing and painful. Ingrown hair can be caused and worsened by tweezing, waxing, threading, electrolysis, and may be especially noticeable on people with darker skin. However, to handle facial ingrown hair, underarm ingrown hair or ingrown pubic hair, your best choice is to get professional treatment. an ingrown hair prevention. This progressive method of pubic hair removal essentially turns waxing and shaving into old-fashioned practices, significantly reducing the risk of ingrown hair in the future. As for women, many men are also opting for beard laser hair removal procedures to improve their skin and avoid the daily annoyance of shaving.
Swollen bumps appear around hair follicles, sometimes filled with pus inside.
Itchiness, redness and rash
The affected area is burning or stinging
A skin darkening on the surrounding skin area due to inflammation
Visually seen hair trapped under the top layer of the skin.
How do we treat?
Our lasers Gentlemax PRO™ from Candela are used to safely and effectively treat ingrown hairs on all skin types.
During the treatment a pulse of light is targeted into a hair follicle to zap out ingrown hairs which prevents hair regrowth into the skin or out of the skin.
This is the only method to treat ingrown hairs which is FDA-approved.
What Is an Ingrown Hair?
It's small solid bumps and pus-filled blisters caused by a shaved or tweeted hair that grows back into the skin, causing inflammation and hyperpigmentation.
Why do razor bumps occur?
Razor bumps develop when the razor cuts hair. It's more common if you have coarse, curly hairs. These hairs can curve into your skin and cause inflammation, cause irritation, and itchiness. They may appear like pimple bumps. When you undergo laser hair removal treatments and stop shaving, the hair grows and pushes itself out of your skin.
What are ingrown hair treatment options?
Laser hair removal is the only and the best treatment for ingrown hair.
How does new you laser treat ingrown hair (razor bumps)?
The laser goes directly to the root of the hair follicles, burns, destroys the follicles, and prevents it from producing again and coming back.
Does laser hair removal make ingrown hairs worse?
Laser hair removal prevents the ingrown hairs from coming back. And it also treats ingrown hairs. Ingrown hair can be prevented anywhere on the body with laser hair removal treatment.
How do I get rid of ingrown hair bumps on my beard?
Gently Exfoliating skin removes dead skin layers and helps release ingrown hair. The only treatment that is highly effective for ingrown hair is laser hair removal treatment. It goes to the hair straight to the hair follicle and destroys ingrown hair—it is the only remedy to get rid of ingrown hair, beard bumps, and irritation.
How Do I Know If I Have Ingrown Hair?
It is usually self-diagnosable. Its pimple-like bumps, small tiny looking bumps. Redness, darkening due to scarring and inflammation, blisters -pus-filled spots and swelling.
Why Is It So Important to Remove Them?
If left untreated, it could be painful. It may become infected, filled with more puss, and continue to grow. You may require medical help if left untreated.
Is it Painless?
Most people would say laser hair removal is much less painful than waxing. It may feel a little painful or uncomfortable to some degree. To maximize comfort, we use a cooling device called cryogen, an FDA-approved cool gas. Which blasts on skin milliseconds before each laser pulse.