Ingrown Concentrate and Ingrown Eliminator Serum are Fur’s most effective ingrown treatments—and while they’re our best ingrown eradicating formulas, there’s a lot of misconception around the two. Want to know when and how to use each one? We’ve rounded up every question our community has thrown our way and answered them below:
What is Ingrown Eliminator Serum?
Ingrown Eliminator Serum, is one of our strongest ingrown-fighting skin care treatments yet. It's a powerful serum that’s gentle enough for use all over, and is formulated with natural acids and enzymes to soothe inflammation, brighten skin tone and prevent ingrown hairs from cropping up. Our new Ingrown Eliminator Serum is the same best-selling formula as Ingrown Eliminator, but now packaged more sustainably in a glass pump bottle.How Should I Use Ingrown Eliminator Serum?
Ingrown Eliminator Serum works anywhere that’s prone to ingrown hairs and irritation after hair removal, including pubic area, underarms, legs, brows, lip and chin. Twist and pull off the cap, then spray into your palm and apply on smaller spots, or spray directly onto skin to cover larger areas. Just avoid contact with your eyes!How Often Should I Use Ingrown Eliminator Serum?
Apply Ingrown Eliminator Serum whenever bumps, ingrowns, or irritation occurs. For more ingrown-prone skin, apply daily or more as needed.What is Ingrown Concentrate?
Ingrown Concentrate is a smoothing spot solution that gently banishes bumps and redness. Paired with its exfoliating finger mitt, it soothes irritation and eradicates ingrowns, resulting in clear, smooth pores for even the most sensitive skin. Its formula is slightly thick, due to coconut oil and tamanu nut, which helps soften ingrown hairs so they can easily slide out of the skin. Despite the thicker formula, it is non-comedogenic, meaning it will hydrate your pores without clogging them.How Should I Use Ingrown Concentrate?
Apply a few drops of Ingrown Concentrate onto any bumps or ingrowns, and gently rub it in to allow the skin to absorb it. If you’re a super sensitive skin type, you can also apply it onto areas you know are prone to ingrowns.How Often Should I Use Ingrown Concentrate?
Use the finger mitt to exfoliate 3-5 times a week in the shower anywhere that feels rough to the touch. Use the Ingrown Concentrate on towel-dried skin 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.I Bought Both! Can I Use Them Together?
Ingrown Eliminator Serum and Ingrown Concentrate work fantastically together to target existing ingrowns, soothe irritation and prevent new ingrowns from cropping up. Think of Ingrown Eliminator Serum as an intense, targeted treatment and Ingrown Concentrate as your daily preventive treatment. First, 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, on dry skin, apply Ingrown Eliminator Serum to areas with severe ingrowns and inflammation. Lastly, apply a few drops of Ingrown Concentrate to soothe irritation and prevent future ingrowns.