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Ingrown Hairs
Looking at these ingrown hair pictures will help you see if you have an ingrown hair or some other type of skin condition.

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It's often hard to tell the difference between an insect bite or an ingrown hair.
It's often hard to tell the difference between an insect bite or an ingrown hair.
Here's an ingrown hair that has scabbed over.
Here's an ingrown hair that has scabbed over.
Ingrown hairs often resemble pimples.
Ingrown hairs often resemble pimples.
Ingrown hairs often grow sideways or backwards into the skin.
Ingrown hairs often grow sideways or backwards into the skin.
Ingrown hairs can often be removed with tweezers.
Ingrown hairs can often be removed with tweezers.
You can see the ingrown hair inside this blister.
You can see the ingrown hair inside this blister.

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