This is an interesting question, as many people think there is a large number of steps that need to be taken to prevent or soothe ingrown hairs. Well, I'm going to simplify it for you!
The number one way to prevent ingrown hairs...
Alright, let's get to it!
First off, this is going to seem a bit simple, but I think it's worth stressing. Many individuals struggle with ingrown hairs for a basic reason; inconsistency.
Let me explain..
Shaving daily fairly consistent, but it's really not appropriate or recommended. Instead, it's all about spreading out your shave or simply growing, but being more consistent with how you moisturize. Our team obviously recommends Bushbalm, as it's all natural oils that are very similar to the oils of our body. Additionally, Bushbalm contains tea tree oil, which helps significantly with ingrown hairs.
Being consistent by using Bushbalm pubic hair oil will help soften the skin, repair damage, and soften hair growing/growing in. We've had many customers who end up going through a bottle in roughly 2 months, which seems quite fast, but ultimately they have never felt better about their pubic region. Vaginal ingrown hairs are something that they simply don't want to deal with.