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Hair Bump Removal – What Not to Do!

Hair bumps and ingrown hairs can be enough to drive you nuts. The little pimple-like bumps can be enough to make you want to leave your hair alone, and go full Sasquatch.

Or worse, they can tempt you to start picking at them and do a little hair bump removal on your own. Resist that temptation!

Especially when it comes to ingrown hair, there are people who recommend that you break out the tweezers and perform a little minor surgery on yourself. And there are some easy-to-follow directions that you can find, that will tell you just how to get rid of that gnarly hair. Sure, you may be able to remove the hair with no problem, and everything might be fine.

But, if you’re one of the unlucky people who wind up with an infection, what happens after your hair bump removal will be a lot worse than the hair bumps ever were.

Infection is one of the biggest risks of picking and poking at our skin. We have bacteria living all over our skin, and skin injuries can give that bacteria a way to get into our hair follicles…or even into our bloodstream. Of course, if bacteria or other germs get into our bloodstream, we can become very sick. It’s just not worth it.

So, instead of breaking out the tweezers, what can you do?

You have lots of choices.

There are several great products available that can get you on your way to smooth, clear skin. They’re designed to take care of hair bump removal for you, and without you having to go after your bumps with tweezers.

We’re picky about what we put on our skin, and we think you should be too. We’ve done the homework on the best products on the market today, and we have the inside scoop on what works best on those pimply little bumps–for women and men.

Click here to get the inside scoop.

And if you’ve found a product that works well, let us know about it–we love hearing from our readers!

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