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Pseudo folliculitisBarbae (In-grown hairs, shaving Bumps)

Do you have itchy, unsightly bumps or a rash on your face/neck/armpits/chest or groin area especially after shaving? Have you tried all sorts of treatments to no avail? Are you embarrassed about them? You could simply have in-gown hairs.

In-grown hairs affect both male and females and can be unsightly and embarrassing. It can affect people to varying degrees; in its extreme it can cause low self-esteem and concerns about one’s appearance. Understanding this condition and recognizing that there is effective and proven treatment is important. We are able to treat this condition effectively.

It occurs in persons of all ages and affects commonly the beard region and nape of the neck but can also affect other areas of the body after shaving including the chest, armpits and groin areas. It is a common condition especially in black people.

The problem results when highly curved hairs grow back into the skin causing inflammation and a foreign body reaction.The Hairs  penetrate the skin before leaving the hair follicle or they leave the follicle and curve back into the skin, causing a foreign-body reaction/Irritation

Ingrown hairs are particularly a problem where you shave because the hair that grows back has a sharper edge and can easily poke back into the skin.Over time, the area can also be itchy and tender and as previously mentioned it can cause scattered red bumps/lumps over the area. It can cause keloidal scarring which looks like hard bumps of the beard area and neck. It can also cause severe darkening of the area a condition called post inflammatory hyper-pigmentation.

Our expert team is able to offer different treatment options for this condition and its complications. The treatment options are Proven and effective. They range from creams to laser treatment. We will also advise you on how best to manage and prevent recurrent episodes.

Contact us today for a consult;
Address: 1059Agbagbon close off Ologun Agbaje road off Adeola Odeku V.I
Phone Numbers : 0812 677 7778,09035033445.
Website : www.laserdermclinicsng.com

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