Ingrown hair and bumpy skin

Both men and women suffer from ingrown hairs. Men commonly get ingrown hairs on their beard areas while women get them after waxing or shaving their legs, bikini lines, underarms. Ingrown hairs can form when the hair has been cut or otherwise removed below the surface.  As the hairs grow, they curl over within the follicles and fail to exit to the surface. The result is an ingrown hair that forms an unsightly “bump” on the skin. Regular application of Tend skin will eliminate existing ingrown hairs without the necessity of tweezing.

Razor bumps

Razor bumps affect 50% to 80% of African-Americans and 15% to 20% of Caucasian men. Beard hairs curl as they grow and eventually burrow into the skin adjacent to the hair follicle, especially if men have wiry or curly hair. Shaving also sharpens the hairs making it easier to penetrate into the skin, causing razor bumps that itch, burn, and make shaving impossible. Until now, cortisone type creams have been available. (cortisone cannot be used long term due to blood stream absorption and side effects).

There's effective help for:

  • Shaving Bumps
  • Blemishes on the Back and Chest
  • Rough Textured Skin on the Arms

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Information provided is not a medical claim. Consult your doctor if you are taking medications.

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