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Blemishes and spots after hair removal.
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ghuraba
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Fri Feb 09, 2007 6:49 am      Reply with quote
Hi there

A few months ago, about 6, I used Moom for men to remove my under arm and pubic hair. I did this for 3 months, once a month. I had a few ingrown hairs and everything seemed fine. The problem is I have developed some dark blemishes and spots that won't go away after months of not using the product. One or two swell up and seemed to be filled with pus.

Does anybody have any ideas what this is and how to remove it Prior to using this sugaring product I shaved normally and never had a single ingrown hair.

Michael
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Fri Feb 09, 2007 8:55 am      Reply with quote
Sorry, Michael, I haven't found a really effective solution myself yet so can't help. That's why I'm now starting laser hair removal.

Try exfoliating regularly because that can sometimes help prevent or cut down on ingrown hairs. There are also body lotions and scrubs containing a little glycolic acid (by DDF, for example) that are supposed to help fade marks. But be very careful on the pubic area as the skin is so sensitive that such products might burn.
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Fri Feb 09, 2007 4:02 pm      Reply with quote
Michael, I jumped onto the laser hair removal bandwagon for the same reasons.

At this point, since you have pores that have been clogged for some time, you'll probably have to some manual exfoliation; use something with an AHA and then a BHA once you get some layers sloughed off. But this will take time; don't try to rush it, the skin in that area is usually pretty sensitive.

Good luck! Smile
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Sat Feb 10, 2007 12:54 am      Reply with quote
Thanks for the replies.

I am not really bothered about total hair removal, I'm gonna stick to the good old razor from now on. I tried it as more of an experiment to see the results Smile

I have been exfoliating and using Bodycare Tea Tree Oil all this week, seems some activity is taking place, a possible purging of whatever is built up.

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Michael
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