Instructions for using Calm & Hydrating Aftershave
After shaving or waxing, rinse the area thoroughly with warm water to remove any excess hair or debris.
Pat the area dry with a clean towel.
Apply a small amount of Bump Patrol For Her Calm and Hydrating Aftershave to the palm of your hand.
Gently massage the aftershave into the shaved or waxed area.
Allow the aftershave to absorb into the skin for a few minutes before putting on any clothing.
Repeat the process daily after shaving or waxing to maintain smooth, hydrated skin.
**Safety and Warning
- Avoid contact with eyes or open wounds
- test a small area of skin first to check for any adverse reactions
"As an aesthetician, I would recommend Bump Patrol For Her Calm and Hydrating Aftershave to my clients who are prone to razor burn, razor bumps, and ingrown hairs after shaving or waxing. This product is specifically designed to soothe and hydrate the skin, while reducing inflammation and preventing bumps and ingrown hairs. Using an aftershave in areas that are prone to irritation and bumps can help create smooth, healthy-looking skin and a bump-free shave or wax. With Bump Patrol For Her, clients can achieve the smooth, hair-free look they desire without sacrificing their skin's health and comfort."
What is an ingrown hair?
Ingrown hairs occur when a hair grows back into the skin instead of growing out of it. This can happen when the hair follicle becomes clogged with dead skin cells or other debris, causing the hair to grow sideways or even back down into the skin. Ingrown hairs can be common in areas where hair is shaved or waxed, such as the face, legs, underarms, and bikini area.
Ingrown hairs can appear as small, red bumps on the skin, often surrounded by inflammation or pus. They may be itchy or painful, and can sometimes lead to infection if left untreated. Ingrown hairs can also create a rough, bumpy texture on the skin, which can be unsightly and difficult to treat.
It's important to note that certain factors can increase the likelihood of developing ingrown hairs, such as shaving against the grain, using dull razors or waxing strips, wearing tight clothing that rubs against the skin, or having curly or coarse hair. To prevent ingrown hairs, it's important to exfoliate the skin regularly to remove dead skin cells, use a sharp razor or waxing tool, shave or wax in the direction of hair growth, and avoid tight clothing that could irritate the skin.
Overall, understanding how ingrown hairs are formed and what they look like can help students better identify and prevent them, leading to smoother, healthier-looking skin.