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1) Warm compresses. 2) I use a Loofah sponge to gently scrape the skin. It keeps the ingrowns down to almost zero. 3) Direct removal from the inflamed tissue. I don't remove the hair. I get it out of the skin it's trapped in.

The acne products are a very interesting solution. They remove skin. That would untrap the hair. I'm wondering about irritation.

Mischief<--zip waxes the runway all the time very, very few issues. It's baby soft..

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Since most forms of hair removal are my specialty, I will share one with you. Go to your local drugstore and get a jar of the OTC acne pads - Stridex, Oxy or Clearasil. Wipe only the ingrown once a day with a pad - in a few days the skin will be safely exfoliated, the inflammation will be gone since the ingredients in the pad are designed to kill bacteria, and the hair can safely be clipped or shaved. Don't tweeze - it will only serve to continue the problem. If you like the idea of staying hairless, skip the waxing and go for laser hair removal. Ciao! Cat

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I don't know of any but can't wait to hear if anyone else does, so common ladies and gentlemen, does anyone have any that may work?

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