You should try waxing, as the hair grows back much more quickly after shaving, this will be itchy and uncomfortable. You should exfoliate both before, and after, to get the ingrowing hairs out from just underneath the first layer of skin, where they can drive you crazy with itchiness are they grow. Like they do on a woman's legs. Some suggest that Waxing regularly will weaken them eventually, and you won't have to remove them any more. It depends on your hair growth and how strong it is.
Try exfoliation and this may just solve the problem, after a few treatments.
Try professional waxing instead of shaving and buy a cream/lotion/spray for folliculitus (ingrown hairs), and apply it after your wax. Trim your hair to 1/4 inch before your waxing appointment and be sure to exfolliate before and after your wax. If your salon does not carry anthing for ingrown hairs, I suggest booking somewhere else. If their cream/lotion/spray isn't effective enough, go see a dermatologist.
Put a hot damp cloth on the area for around 10 minutes as a compress and then use a pair of tweezers to gently pull them out.
I dig them out with tweezers but I don't think you're supposed to do that. I think you can try lightly exfoliating your skin to ease them out.
Try tendskin you can get it at most waxing salons! Also exfoliating the area will remove dead skin that can trap the growing hair..you can also order tendskin online! It works great :)
I have shaved down there for a while and when I shave my hair comes from under my skin and when I shave it doesnt come out, how can I help this without goig to doctor? Is it a diease?
Hair growing under the skin can create many problems for you. You must consult your dermatologist for this problem. As a home remedy, try scrubbing your skin when its time for your hair to grow. Also using a loafa while bathing can be very effective.
I used to have the same problem a lot!! Your talking about ingowing hairs I assume?? Exfoilate with an exfoiliating sponge or cloth. Do it every day in the shower, youll notice that it will happen less and less ;)
I would see a doctor about this because it could cause some serious problems