A Bumpy Road to Smooth Skin
Hair removal has become an essential aspect of many people’s personal grooming, with dedicated procedures taken out to achieve those ends. But the occasional undesirable experience seems inevitable, from an itchy rash, redness, or the dreaded ingrown hair. The last of these takes place when the tip of a hair grows sideways, or bends back, into our skin. Despite being essentially harmless, a small bump, often with part of the hair visible, is likely to develop. The most common approach has been the use of a tweezer, which not only takes times, it hurts! Wouldn’t a more comfortable and pleasant approach be ideal?
Ingrow Go from Skin Doctors
Aspiring to aid you in tackling potentially painful, unattractive ingrown hairs, Skin Doctors made use of their scientific knowledge of skin’s behaviour, and how a lotion could act with it. They use a powerful and potent method, with active ingredients understood to have exfoliating capabilities, and moisturising, protective and softening elements. By lifting away dead cells in the specifically affected area of skin, Ingrow Go aims to free up the relevant hair, allowing it to spring up and be readily removed. Using Ingrow Go, rather than experiencing uncomfortable bumps, you could be en route to soft, smooth and delightfully touchable skin.
Isopropyl Alcohol aims to quickly clean skin from pollutants that clog your surface, defend from red, flushed skin and unwanted impurities that block skin and trap hair.
Propylene Glycol pushes through skin’s layers to deliver intensively moisturising hydration. This helps skin’s softness, so that hairs can be removed.
Acetylsalicylic Acid is perfect for using on sensitised, delicate and inflamed skin, especially after one has shaved, epilated, waxed or otherwise depilated.
Glycolic Acid helps to exfoliate by buffing and polishing, aiding skin’s natural renewal. With dead skin sloughed away, hairs can be more easily lifted away.
Isopropyl Alcohol, Water (Aqua), Acetyl Salicylic Acid, Glycerin, Glycolic Acid, Propylene Glycol, Triethanolamine.
Enjoying Ingrow Go
The innovative formula can be used both in the day leading up to and after shaving, epilating or electrolysis. About twelve hours before or after removing hair, wet a cotton ball using Ingrow Go, and moderately apply to the area concerned. After it has absorbed, use your choice of body moisturiser. To get the best from the lotion, use regularly as part of your ongoing hair removal regime.
Ingrow Go Guidance
Making use of premium, innovative and well regarded active ingredients, none of the lotion’s ingredients have any known side effects at all. Having said that, when beginning to use any new skincare product, we do recommend carefully reading the full ingredients, just in case of any individual allergies. Take care not to use straight after removing hair - be sure to wait until skin has recovered first.