6 HOME REMEDIES FOR INGROWN HAIR
Personally, I do not like an idea of applying honey to the skin or hair, but when I am in trouble, I am ready to apply anything to feel relief. Honey is sticky and hard to rinse, but it boasts powerful antibacterial properties, preventing and fighting bacteria and reducing swelling and inflammation. Apply honey to the affected area, and rinse it off after 10-15 minutes. Use 2 to 4 times a day.
5.Black Tea Bags
There are a lot of home remedies but you can try but you have to admit that black tea bags can be very effective. Since Black tea contains tannic acid, you can be sure that you will effectively reduce the redness of the skin. The area where the ingrown hair is will also become less inflamed.
Place a black tea bag in a cup of warm water.
Take out the black tea bag and place it on the affected skin area.
Leave on the tea bag for about 2 – 3 minutes.
Do this several times a day until the inflammation subsides.