Home Remedies To Get Rid Of Painful Ingrow Hair And Razor Bumps

Home remedies for ingrown hairs and razor bumps :

1. Tea Tree Oil

Just mix:

-five drops of tea tree oil and

-two tablespoons of distilled water.

-Clean your skin.

-Apply the diluted tea tree oil on the affected skin

-Let it sit for 10 minutes .

-Rinse the area with lukewarm water.

-Do this twice a day.

2. Organic Black Tea Bags


-Moisten a black tea bag in warm water,

-rub it over the affected area for couple minutes.

-Repeat several times daily .

3. Baking Soda


mix one tablespoon of baking soda and

one cup of water

-then dip a cotton ball in the solution and dab it on the affected skin

-let it sit for  five minutes

–  wash it off .

Repeat two or three times daily

4. Aspirin

Aspirin can help reduce redness and inflammation, reduce swelling, fights inflammation and treat mild infection.

Aspirin scrubs away dead skin .


-soak two aspirin tablets in one teaspoon of warm water and make paste ,
-add one teaspoon of honey to the paste,
-apply to the affected area,
-let it sit for 10 minutes,

-wash it off with warm water .

-Repeat twice a week.

5. Salt


ix one and one-half teaspoons of table salt in one cup of lukewarm water.
Dip a cotton ball in the mixture and gently rub it over the affected skin.
Leave it on for a few minutes and then rinse it off with water.
Do this twice daily until the ingrown hair clears up.
Note: Do not use this remedy if your skin gets red or irritated.

6. Sugar Scrub

Just mix :

-one cup of white sugar with

-one-half cup of extra-virgin olive oil or jojoba oil,
-then stir in 10 drops each of tea tree oil and lavender essential oil,
-and apply a small amount of this homemade scrub on the affected area.
-gently scrub the skin in circular motions for a few minutes.

– rinse it off with lukewarm water.

7. Apple Cider Vinegar

Apple cider vinegar has anti-inflammatory properties and  destroy skin bacteria and yeast, which in turn reduces the risk of infection.


-take a cotton ball,

-apply apple cider vinegar on the affected area’
-let it sit,

– wash the area with lukewarm water.
Do this twice a day.

Source: www.organicfoodlove.com