I understand your concern.
To treat ingrown hairs, stop shaving, tweezing or waxing until the condition improves — usually one to six months. If that's not possible, consider laser treatment, which removes the hair at a deeper level and inhibits regrowth. Laser treatment may cause blisters, scars and skin darkening.
Medications include -
Drugs that help remove dead skin cells. Retinoids applied to your skin, such as tretinoin (Renova, Retin-A, others), help with clearing dead cells from your skin (exfoliation).
Creams to reduce inflammation like a steroid cream.
Creams or pills to control infection if any - but not in this particular case - I do not see any bad infection here. For mild infections caused by scratching the affected area, your doctor may recommend an antibiotic ointment. For more severe infection, your doctor may prescribe oral antibiotics.
To release ingrown hairs, you can do something like -
Wash the affected area using a washcloth or soft-bristled toothbrush. Use a circular motion for several minutes. Do this before shaving and at bedtime.
Use a sterile needle, inserting it under hair loops, to gently lift embedded hair tips.
The other unlikely possibility here is acne.
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