As many people know, there is nothing better than the feeling of smooth, freshly shaven skin. However, unsightly razor bumps and pesky ingrown hairs can easily leave men and women with the exact opposite feeling. Fortunately, Pure Tropix has found a way to keep sensitive skin looking flawless with its Ingrown Hair Prevention formula. Made from all-natural ingredients and designed for easy application, the formula is the perfect cure for irritating ingrown hairs.
Pure Tropix was originally founded out of an effort help men soothe their skin and prevent ingrown hairs from cropping up after their morning shave. However, many women also face the same struggle with irritating razor bumps and trapped body hair. As a result, the company experimented with a variety of different ingredients to develop an all-natural, ingrown hair aid that could be used by both men and women to eliminate this everyday problem.
The result of that tireless product development is Pure Tropix’s best-selling Ingrown Hair Prevention formula. The all-natural solution works to exfoliate the top layer of skin, thereby removing dead cells and unearthing facial or body hairs trapped beneath the surface. This not only eliminates painful ingrown hairs, but also dissolves pore-clogging oils that can lead to acne or blackheads. Finally, soothing and hydrating ingredients help to counteract any irritation or dryness, so that the skin is not only bump-free, but also touchably soft and noticeably luminous.
The secret behind Pure Tropix’s Ingrown Hair Prevention formula is primarily attributed to the use of all-natural and organic ingredients that are good for both humans and the planet. Unlike most facial products on the market -- which are often formulated with fragrances, triclosan and parabens -- the ingrown hair aid is made with nothing but tea tree oil, benzoin resin, sangre de grado and other organic ingredients sourced straight from the Caribbean. In other words, the formula is completely free from harmful, chemicals, additives or artificial ingredients that can irritate the skin and harm the environment.
This post is sponsored by Pure Tropix.