Shaving and other methods of hair removal can often lead to the growth of ingrown hairs. Sugar is an ingredient in many scrubs used to remove ingrown hairs. Ingrown hairs are basically hairs that get stuck underneath a layer of skin. The skin just grows over the hair. They are clogged pores on the body.
Sometimes, when the hair is growing back after shaving or waxing, skin has already grown over the area that was hairless, due to hair removal. So when the hair grows back it gets trapped under the skin. Sugar is a really good home remedy for ingrown hairs.
Scrubbing is really important, not just for the face but also for the body. How else are you supposed to get rid of dead skin cells to make way for new ones? And scrubs also have really versatile ingredients. Most scrubs are so easy to make at home. Especially if you want a natural home remedy for ingrown hair using sugar.
Here we'll be sharing with you how to make your very own DIY sugar scrub for ingrown hair.
Powdered white sugar
Lemon essential oil
Method and application:
Add a few tablespoons of olive oil into half a bowl of powdered sugar. Mix the lemon rinds, which make up the lemon zest and lemon juice into it. Add a few drops of lemon essential oil into this mix. Your DIY sugar scrub for ingrown hair is ready. Use this scrub before you shower. Rub it in slow circular motions all over your body. You'll see smooth, moisturised skin after you shower. It'll take more than just one usage of this sugar scrub to get rid of ingrown hair.
Sugar is one of the best ingredients for a scrub and as a home remedy for ingrown hair. Sugar gets rid of the dead skin, while the oil moisturises and keeps the skin soft. Lemon works as a bleach and gets rid of any dark patches on the skin. Lemon also makes it a really fresh scrub. So that's how you can use sugar to get rid of ingrown hair.
We hope you try making this DIY sugar scrub for ingrown hair. And do let us know if it works for you!