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We consulted Dr. Sue Ann Wee of Schweiger Dermatology Group in New York City for general tips on how to remove ingrown hairs yourself - and prevent them from coming back. Before picking at your skin, make sure you're actually dealing with an ingrown hair. "An ingrown hair is when the hair grows back into the skin, or never correctly grows out of the follicle but instead grows sideways into the skin," explained Dr. Wee.
If you, like many of us, are washing your hair a little less frequently than before, you may have noticed some breakouts have popped up...
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A TikTok user is going viral after revealing a McDonald’s menu hack that claims to get customers free food “every time” they eat at the chain.
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People always say they enter Target with a list — and leave with twice as much stuff. For five bucks a pop. At every Target that sells booze. Target's house brand added more sparkling water flavors to the line-up in 2016, and the Ginger Peach has emerged as the fan favorite.
Fun fact: If you have any hand dryer, you can have a hooded hair dryer, thanks to this attachment that fits most models. Simply slip it onto your dryer when you need it, and stow it away in the included storage bag for travel, or when you simply want a classic blowout.
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Just look at how far she's come since the "bond villian" baby bangs stage.
You know how to wash your hands well, but are you drying them correctly? While a lot of what we’re supposed to do to keep ourselves healthy is, frankly, time- consuming (we’re looking at you, homemade meals, a good night’s rest, and aerobic exercise!), plenty of super-quick things will boost your health as well.
Growing hair faster is usually a matter of the right nutrition and the right hair care habits. And if that fails, certain procedures can help.
There's nothing that makes us happier than seeing celebrities give a giant middle finger to patriarchal beauty standards and embrace their body hair on every platform, from social media to red carpet events. While the photos we've seen that celebrate hair on all parts of the body have been encouraging, we've also noticed many celebs seem to have a special appreciation for their underarm hair. Read ahead to check out several celebrities who have fully embraced their armpit fuzz. Fans applauded Julia Michaels on social media last year after noticing her underarm hair in her new music video for "Lie Like This."
Get a fuller-looking head of hair in the shower.
The growth equity firm sees clean beauty as "table stakes for many consumers."