Folliculitis - Ingrown hair

Folliculitis - Ingrown hairFolliculitis or “Ingrown hair” is a condition where the hair curls back or grows sideways into the skin. It may or may not be accompanied by an infection of the hair follicle (folliculitis) or "razor bumps" (Pseudofolliculitis barbae). While ingrown hair most commonly appears in areas where the skin is shaved (beard, legs, pubic region), it can appear anywhere.
Anything which causes the hair to be broken off short with a sharp tip can cause ingrown hair. Shaving is the leading cause, followed by tight clothing. The embedded hair causes a localized inflammation (sometimes painful) response in the skin.
Symptoms include rash, itching skin, hair which remains in spite of shaving, and infection and pus collecting under skin.


IZIPIL acts by weakening the cells at the origin of the growth and the reproduction of the hair. These cells are located in the hair follicle at the level of the bulb (thus in the hypodermis) and also all along the epithelial sheath which surrounds the hair.  Those cells are the targets of the inhibition properties of the Izipil natural substances with the objective of progressively eliminating the undesired hair.