Ingrown Hairs
Ingrown hairs are hairs that have curled round and grown back into the skin.  Some curl back into the hair follicle without even exiting the skin. An ingrown hair can occur when the hair follicle becomes clogged with dead skin cells. This forces the hair inside it to grow sideways, which is much more likely to happen if the hair is already curly or coarse and it’s recently been shaved. Ingrown hairs can be a particular problem in areas where you may shave – such as the beard area in men, and the legs, armpits and pubic area in women. In these places, the hair that grows back has a sharper edge and can easily poke back into the skin.
They can produce raised red spots which can sometimes become infected and turn into painful puss-filled sores. Ingrown hairs can often be itchy and uncomfortable but will sometimes go away by themselves.
Causes:
Regular Shaving
Clogged Pores & Hair Follicles

Curly Hair

Treatments:

Laser Hair Removal