For too long, products that were meant to target ingrowns were unnecessarily harsh, filled with alcohols, acids, and other chemicals that overly dried out the skin. We wanted Ingrown Concentrate to stand in opposition to those products, proving that you can not only get rid of ingrowns, but soothe and soften the skin as well. Get to know ingrowns’ worst enemy:
What does Ingrown Concentrate do?
When you order your Ingrown Concentrate, you’re actually getting a textured finger mitt in addition to the serum. The textured finger mitt is meant to gently brush away dead skin and debris, which often are the culprits behind clogged pores and ingrowns. The Ingrown Concentrate serum is a soothing formula meant to immediately calm red, irritated skin, and help dry out excess sebum that’s trapping ingrown hairs underneath the skin.
What is Ingrown Concentrate made of?
Like all of the products in the Fur line, Ingrown Concentrate is 100% natural, vegan, cruelty-free and facial-grade, and both dermatologically and gynecologically tested. It’s also free of mineral oil, silicones, parabens, synthetic fragrances, or artificial dyes, and packed with high quality ingredients. Take a closer look:
In 2019, few people are unaware of all the incredible benefits of coconut oil. We use it in Ingrown Concentrate because it 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
Tea tree oil is a key ingredient in almost all the products in the Fur line, and it’s easy to see why. It’s a powerful antimicrobial essential oil that eliminates excess sebum in the pores to prevent ingrowns and speeds up the skin’s healing process. In other words, it replaces the need for alcohols and acids, which overly dry out the skin.
Tamanu Oil is an incredible antimicrobial oil derived from the tamanu nut that’s packed with moisturizing omega fatty acids and antioxidants—so not only does it soften skin, it promotes new, healthy cell growth.
A natural antioxidant that calms the skin to soothe redness. One of the oldest known remedies for irritated skin.
How do you use Ingrown Concentrate?
Ingrown Concentrate works its best when paired with the exfoliating finger mitt. In the shower, use the finger mitt to exfoliate, focusing on any areas you know you’re prone to getting ingrowns. Hang the mitt up somewhere so it can fully dry, and machine every so often to make sure it’s squeaky clean. Out of the shower, apply a few drops of the serum to any bumps or irritation you’re dealing with. Ingrown Concentrate is great for ares redness, including pubic area, underarms, legs, brows, upper lip, and chin.
No worries—check out this video and see how it’s done: