Dr Rahma Targett
Trust Your Face to a Doctor Trained in Dermatology and Cosmetic Medicine
Treatment For Ingrown Hairs
At Advanced Cosmetic Medicine, laser hair removal treatments work by targeting the specific body areas with ingrown hair to help damage and weaken the hair follicles and permanently reduce their ability to produce hairs.
The treatment tends to work best on dark, coarse hair, however we are able to treat those with some blonde hair. Laser treatment for ingrown hairs is a very fast, effective and safe method to prevent ingrown hairs from reoccurring and permanently removing or reducing hairat the same time.
Causes of Ingrown Hairs
Anyone can get ingrown hairs, but they tend to be more of a problem in people with curly or coarse hair. Anything which causes the hair to be broken off unevenly with a sharp tip can cause ingrown hairs. Shaving is the leading cause, followed by waxing and tight clothing. Ingrown hairs can be itchy and embarrassing, but they often go away on their own without having to do anything. If they do not go away, ingrown hairs can become infected, darken the skin, or leave behind scars, especially if you have scratched or picked the ingrown hairs areas.
Prevention of Ingrown Hairs
Avoid shaving all together to prevent ingrown hairs, selecting instead an option that will stop this from happening such as Laser Hair Removal.
Symptoms of Ingrown Hairs
Ingrown hairs show as angry red and raised bumps on the skin, often with pus and discharge.
Advanced Cosmetic Medicine
55,55 Melbourne St,
Ph: 0403 690 031