Whichever method of hair removal used, almost any woman had, at one time, a problem with ingrown hairs. Ingrown hair problem lies in the tangled hairs that grow beneath the skin after waxing or shaving.
They can be recognized by the small black spots, or by the redness of the skin on the area if it infects. Because of these “troublesome” ingrown hairs, our legs are not perfectly smooth after shaving or waxing. To get rid of this problem, the solution should be implemented in several steps.
Avoid removing your hair for a longer period of time (2-3 weeks) to allow the hairs to grow. Some of the ingrown hairs will generate small bumps on the skin, making it easier to detect and remove.