10 Home Remedies for Ingrown Hairs


Change your collar.

Avoid wearing shirts with stiff, high collars that rub against the skin of your neck. The neck is the site of most ingrown hairs and razor bumps, so try not to wear clothing that will aggravate the problem.

For more information about ingrown hairs and how to combat them, try the links on the next page.

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