Fur Ingrown Concentrate
What: A soothing spot treatment. Where: Ingrown Concentrate should be used anywhere that you’re prone to redness or irritation, like your underarms, pubic area, legs, brows, lips, and chin. How: In the shower, use the finger mitt (found in the Ingrown Concentrate box) to exfoliate, focusing on ingrowns or areas you know could use a little extra buff. Out of the shower, apply a few drops of Ingrown Concentrate on ingrowns, bumps, razor burn or angry skin. When: We recommend using the finger mitt to exfoliate around 3-5 times a week, and using Ingrown Concentrate as many times as needed—you can either use it to treat spots that have already cropped up, or if you’re a super sensitive skin type and prone to bumps, daily use may be best as a preventative measure. Multi Fur-pose: Rub a few drops on scars that feel particularly rough or itchy for soothed skin and a smoother texture.
Coconut Oil Deeply penetrates the hair follicles to eradicate dryness while speeding up the skin’s healing process by softening ingrown hairs so they can easily slide out of the skin. Tea Tree Oil A powerful antimicrobial essential oil that eliminates excess sebum in the pores to prevent ingrowns and speeds up the skin’s healing process. Tamanu Oil An antimicrobial oil derived from the tamanu nut that’s packed with moisturizing omega fatty acids and antioxidants to soften skin and promote new, healthy cell growth. Chamomile Extract A natural antioxidant that calms the skin to soothe redness. One of the oldest known remedies for irritated skin.