Asked by vera82 3 years ago
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Wirralbeautytherapist 3 years ago
Definately, try dry brushing the area a few times a week by using one of those body brushes in circular motions on dry skin before you get in the bath or shower. Hope this helps.
FacesbyRobin-LE 3 years ago
Exfoliation may help with softening and smoothing your skin's texture however, it would not necessarily prevent ingrown hairs. Become pro-active. You may need to find a topical solution that is applied to the skin to prevent future ingrown hair growth. There are several on the market. May I suggest Tend Skin.
siaskin 3 years ago
We can do a few sesion with laser to help ingtowth ,or dry exfoliation.
Or you can have laser hair removal .
If you like to cam for consultation vizit me in my clinic, then we can start from there with the procedure and price too.
Pleace call me at this phone nr. for your future questions.07917564091
tink10 3 years ago
Ingrowing hairs not only unsightly but can lead to other issues too, like spots, infection, exfoliation will help you can do it yourself or get it done while having a leg massage interesting, practical and relaxing.
Tiana 3 years ago
There are numerous ways you can help treat in grown hairs. I would recommend you try one of the following. Dry brushing, exfoliating with a granualar or salt scrub or u could use a topical product that has AHA in, but if using AHA please be sure not go in the sun or use a sun protection factor over it. If you decide to go with one of the first two dont forget to use a good moisturiser as I find this to be the best combination, often clients exfoliate but forget to help keep the skin soft and supple with cream that will help prevent the future build up of dry skin cells that can cause the hairs to become trapped under them. Good luck and try do to one of these options as regularly as possible.
Topebeauty 3 years ago
ex foliate and then use epilators to get rid of future hairs
NyameDua 3 years ago
Sorry for the delay in my response.
Can I ask what form of depilation (hair removal) you use:
Shaving & Creams
Shaving produces the most probability of ingrown hairs, with creams close behind.
This is because these forms of depilation do not remove the hair from the root & the blunt end of the hair often can’t find its normal path back out to the world.
Shaving also encourages a thicker coarser hair re-growth, whilst the chemicals used in creams may cause skin irritation, discoloration, burning or scarring.
If you’re waxing your legs & still getting ingrown hairs, Id ask if you exfoliated 24hours after your treatment?
Again, as the hairs try to find their natural path back to the outside world, they may sometimes get lost, which can cause ingrown hairs!
By exfoliating, you help them find their natural path back & remove any blockages to the hair follicle.
To prevent ingrown hairs gently scrub the skin 2/3 times a week in the bath or shower using a good loofah or exfoliating mitt – not the types that go very soft in the bath.
The abrasive action of the mitts/loofah will gently lift off your dead skin cells, which is the exfoliating action & clear any follicle blockages. It will also encourage the hairs to grow in the right direction.
Do this in a warm/hot bath as this makes the exfoliating action easier by softening the skins cells & opening the pores/follicles.
Remember to also moisturise the area daily, which will keep the new skin supple & help new hairs to grow through smoothly.
You can also purchase a topical solution such as - Tend Skin or Kalo or Hives Smooth Down which all reduce the occurrence of ingrown hairs &, retard & reduce hair growth
Nyame Dua doesn’t have a treatment specifically for body exfoliation however our Peppermint Sea Twist does include body brushing which is exfoliating on the skin:
Repechage Peppermint Sea Twist
Americas award winning treatment with fresh seaweed & triple mints to improve circulation, slimming & toning. Freshly harvested seaweed & peppermint essential oil stimulate, rejuvenate & purify the skin. Great for sore, aching muscles & water retention.
Full Body Treatment £40 (60min)
Targeted Area £30 (30min)
Course of 6 Full Body Treatments £210
Course of 6 Targeted Areas £130