Under the skin hair follicles are those follicles that, instead of growing, pull back, grow under the skin and cause an unaesthetic effect, pain, tickling on your legs, pubic area and underarm.
“Hair follicles can appear like small bruises or pimples on your skin, causing pain and a tickling sensation” affirms Dr. Oz.
If it is done 2-3 times every week for legs and 1-2 times a week for your face, exfoliation can make wonders for your skin. If you want a natural rubbing you can try a coffee bases one.
Apply a depilatory cream before using the razor blade on your legs or other areas, in order to smooth and hydrate your skin. Every time you remove your hair, use a new razor blade so that the blade is sharp.
They are much more expensive as the usual waxing, but they represent a safe method which removes for good under the skin hair.
Use creams that contain a salicylic or glycolic acid basis
Manual rubbing is very healthy, but, in order to avoid the formation of dead cells, you need to let some acids develop their properties in this area.
Disinfect the area with alcohol and use some sharp pincers to pull the hair follicle out. Afterwards, use a skin antibiotic recommended by the dermatologist.