Have you discovered how to get rid of razor burn? There are a couple secrets to it…first, you need to know what you’re looking at. Next, know what you’re looking for.
Get Rid of Hair Bumps!
Ingrown hairs are tough to look at. It’s tempting to break out the tweezers and start picking. Or worse yet, start digging. But should you dig, pick and squeeze?
The results are in, and we found a simple ingrown hair treatment that works!
As you browse this site, you’ll find that we’re very fond of exfoliating. There’s a reason. Because in our own testing, it made a big difference.
Okay, Girlfriend. Let’s talk about vaginal hair bumps. If you’re reading this, you might be concerned, so let’s get down to it. Here’s a few basic facts about two of the most common STDs: genital herpes and genital warts.
Because we have hair follicles almost everywhere on our bodies, we’re at risk for hair bumps – on legs, especially. That’s because most of us women shave our legs. That is, until we learned other ways to get smooth, silky legs without the bumps.
Most of us already have two big risk factors for developing hair bumps–or “folliculitis”–which is due to irritated hair follicles.
Hair bumps. This can be a deep subject.
Often times, hair bumps are superficial–or surface–because only the part of the hair follicle closest to the skin’s surface has been irritated or become infected.