Disclaimer: I am not a licensed professional in the field of ingrown-hair-suffering, but I do have a longstanding history of successfully dealing with such issues.
HAIR...it can be truly horrific in all of its appearances and disappearances. Dealing with the loss of hair on one's head is no doubt traumatic. Growing hair on backs, shoulders, ears is undeniably disturbing, if not harrowing. If you suffer such fates, I can not help you (although I can recommend a great electrologist on the North Shore of Long Island).
What I can offer, at no charge (who doesn't love free advice?) is a running dialogue to assist with all of your ingrown hair quagmires. I have more than a decade's proven track record of conquering this little discussed, but widespread epidemic. You no longer have to pluck and dig in fear. I have defeated the most resilient ingrown beard hairs as well as those painful ones inside the nose. At this point, if you a man you might still be on board, but for my female readers, give me the opportunity and I will prove my expertise, gender aside.
Feel free to share all of your personal ingrown hair victories for your own (selfish) therapeutic/cathartic needs or for the benefit of my loyal legion of readers.
I once had a moth-ball-sized impacted hair buried deep inside my right cheek. Several rounds of dermatological injections did nothing. Today, there is no trace of the rogue hair or scarring from my endless attempts to spring it free. Want to know how this cliffhanger ended? Stay tuned.