A bit of an exaggeration, but you can’t drill for oil with a garden hoe. It’s like this …
A man shaves his beard, but the hairs are only cut off at skin level … sometimes a bit lower. In predisposed men, the epidermis grows over the shaved hair and forms a bump. In this case, such products as “Skin Tend” work great (“dissolving” the outer epidermis). Bumps from shaving (legs) also get freed-up with “scrubbing and hydration.” But, that’s not what you are presenting. Consider this …
You pulled-out (waxed) the entire “hair root.” Although most folks do not realize this, hairs are “rooted” VERY deeply … often deeper than the dermis and right down into the “fat layer!” So now your hairs grew back and, probably, a few of them are growing VERY deep … sometimes “circling around” in the dermis itself (rare, but the worst case scenario … I’m going to get a photo of this next week).
You can’t “scrub off” your skin to the dermis! Well you can, you would need a wire brush, but you will start bleeding once you get down to the “papillary dermis.” I don’t think you want to do that. Besides, all the scrubbing and irritating lotions are only adding insult to your injury.
You said, “the hairs are too deep and I can’t extract them.” And that’s RIGHT! Again, scrubbing is in the epidermis, but your hairs a below that skin layer … so what’s the point?
In nearly all cases, your hairs are ALL going to eventually grow high enough for a simple (SAFE) extraction or exfoliation. However, don’t start DIGGING at yourself. You can very definitely cause a fearsome infection that will leave you with disfiguring scars (or worse).
Like I said, chill-out and leave it alone for a few weeks at least. You had an injury and now let “Mama Nature” take over. In most cases you cannot speed “her” up. She knows what she’s doing and will get this all perfect for you … if you leave “her” alone for a while.
Oh yeah, don’t “wax” again!