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How to use Mitt Trio

Posted by: Sara Jane Emmons
10.31.20

Originally exclusive to our best-selling Ingrown Concentrate, our fan favorite finger mitt is now available to buy on its own in a pack of three! One of our most frequently asked questions we get is from Ingrown Concentrate users wondering if they can buy a replacement finger mitt, so we’re excited to finally launch these on their own.

For those of you who haven’t tried the finger mitt yet, the Mitt Trio is a three-pack of reusable, textured finger mitts that are perfect for buffing away dirt and debris, prepping your skin for the rest of your routine, or pairing with your face wash for an exfoliating cleanse. Each mitt is dual-sided, with a softer side for polishing sensitive skin and a more textured side for buffing rougher spots. 

To use as a physical exfoliant, keep your finger mitt in the shower—getting your skin wet helps prevent unnecessary chafe when you exfoliate. Use the rougher side on elbows, feet, and skin that feels tougher and rougher. Use the softer side to gently polish more sensitive areas like your bikini line, armpits, and face. Daily exfoliation not only keeps your pores clear, but it also promotes a faster cell turnover, which can help brighten and restore elasticity in your skin. It’s also great for those using self-tanner to remove the excess tan on places like hands or elbows.

Not only is the finger mitt great on its own, but using it also helps your skin absorb products better, making the rest of your routine even more effective. Our Ingrown Concentrate users loved it because it helped Ingrown Concentrate burrow deeper into their pores, helping unclog ingrown hairs that much faster. The softer side is also great for pairing with a body wash or face wash for the same reason, making a normal cleanse much more clarifying. 


When you’re done using your finger mitt, just hang it on its loop to dry, and be sure to throw it in the washing machine every so often to make sure it’s staying squeaky clean.