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    Default Fluff thread: Ingrown Hairs

    So, lets be honest, what do you REALLY do with ingrown hairs?

    Gently exfoliate for a few days?
    Moisturise thoroughly and wait it out?
    Apply a warm compress?
    Dig at it with tweezers?
    Scratch the beejeepers out of it with your fingernail until it looks and feels worse than before?

    Lol, I know what I did this morning

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    Dig with tweezers
    It might make it worse initially but it clears up quicker than waiting it out

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    I have a little thingo that my beauty therapist gave me. I think its a splinter digger outerer. Anyway, its a little pin so i carefully get the hair out of the skin then pick it out with tweezers.

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    After a warm shower I squeeze them out with my fingernails then use tweezers... Sooooo satisfying when you get them haha

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    I have those tiny tweezers for digging them out. Then take great satisfaction from admiring the length of them when successfully dug out... Always exciting when you get a really really long one. Eeeuuuggghhh how disgusting really!!!

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    ^^ haha I'm the same. Sometimes I wonder how such a long hair can hide away like that

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    Diiiiiiiiiiig!!!! Or DF does for me...

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    Quote Originally Posted by Laurs View Post
    Then take great satisfaction from admiring the length of them when successfully dug out... Always exciting when you get a really really long one. Eeeuuuggghhh how disgusting really!!!
    OMG I know right!
    0.1mm on the surface but sooo much more underneath.

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    Im definitely a digger. I don't know why it's so satisfying but it is!

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    Ive never had one.


 

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