How to Get Rid of Women's Ingrown Facial Hair

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Getting rid of women's ingrown facial hair is something that you don't do by tweezing. Get rid of women's ingrown facial hair with help from one of the leading authorities on non-invasive and non-surgical cosmetic and dermatological treatments and procedures in this free video clip.

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Video Transcript

Hi, everyone. I'm Dr. Tabasum Mir of Mir Skin Dermatology here in New York City. I get so many questions about women wanting to treat in-grown hairs. And let me tell you that the number one mistake that everyone makes, is they tweeze, they pluck and they tweeze and they pull. And what this ends up doing is, while you think that you're going in there trying to remove that hair. What you're really doing is creating lots of scarring, lots of cysts, and lots of infections. So, please, no more tweezing. I have a better method for you that you can do at home that's inexpensive and will help you tremendously. And what I recommend now is a at-home mask that contains something that you have in your medicine cabinet, right now that can really help you remove those in-grown hairs. And the active ingredient in Aspirin is salicylates. And you can make your own little mask at home by taking two Aspirins that are uncoated and mixing it with aloe vera gel. Creating a little paste that you're going to actually apply to the in-grown hair overnight. And it will really tremendously help on a nightly basis to reduce the in-grown hairs. Now, you do not want to be doing this if you're pregnant, if you have any issues with your skin, such as having sunburn, or if you just recently shaved. You do not want to be doing this if you're on Accutane and Retin-A or any of these sorts of things that can make your skin really, really sensitive. So, this is the best way to remove the in-grown hair, it does take a little bit of time. But you can do it without creating the damage that people do when they tweeze too much. So, I hope that these tips helped you. Thank you for joining me, I'm Dr. Tabasum Mir.


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