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How can one get rid of the small pores on the buttocks ?

the upper back of my thighs an buttocks have these ingrowth which i think is the result of shaving the hair at these areas. the hair dsnt cme out henceforth but the area looks horrible..wth lots of black headed rashes .have tried steaming, scrubbing, brushing an even waxing.but the pores jst wont open up.the reast of my skin is pretty nice.but this area is so embarressing.please do help..aparajita
Asked On : Sun, 6 Mar 2011
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Welcome to HealthcareMagic. For ingrown hair after shaving, apply warm compresses after shaving and keep the area clean. Other treatment options include shaving in a different direction, tweezing, exfoliating with facial scrubs, sponges, towels or creams containing acid and ibuprofen or other NSAIDs. Topical application of dilute glycolic acid and salicylic prepared solutions are also helpful. You can consult a dermatologist and discuss these treatment options with him.

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Answered: Mon, 7 Mar 2011
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