Question: I have some ingrown hairs that just won't grow out! What do I do?
If ingrowns have been present for many months or longer, Princereigns Gel will need some help. Ingrown hairs will continue to grow even though they are turned under the skin. People have reported finding ingrown hairs up to one inch and longer!! If this is the case, the hairs will need to be gently teased out the first time. DO NOT tweeze out of the skin completely. Just lift the end out from under the skin. Prince Gel will keep you free of ingrown hairs once this initial physical "lifting" is completed.
Question: How do I know when to use a new razor blade?
Razor blades are made from low-grade stainless steel. They are designed to lose their sharpness very quickly so you will be forced to replace it. This is how the shaving industry stays in business! They know it, and now so do you. When you feel the blade dragging on the skin, the scrapping feeling is irritating the skin surface.
This will lead to micro irritation of the skin, micro swelling, shrinking of hair follicles due to swelling, and, ultimately, continued ingrown hair problems. No product yet will overcome this difficulty.You should not "feel" the blade dragging on the skin. When you shave, it should feel like there is no blade at all. That's how you know it is sharp enough!
Question: What's the deal with those electronic hair removal devices?
Conversations with many individuals who have bought these devices has shown that they can make ingrown hairs problems worse. They cause surface injury to the skin as descried above for dull razor blades. The damage to the skin can make it more difficult for hairs removed below the skin to grow out!
Question: Is tweezing a good way to remove ingrown hairs?
We do not like tweezing. Tweezing damages the skin and makes ingrown hair problems worse !! Tease the hairs out from under the skin and remove them conventionally by shaving.