Since the first hair was plucked or scraped off, the world has been plagued with two very itchy, and unsightly problems - razor bumps and ingrown hairs. Up until now, there hasn’t been a successful way of treating these irritations. Razor bumps form when the hairs exit the skin, curl, and burrow back into the skin. Ingrown hairs are very similar, except the hair never actually exits the skin. The hair curls over under the skin’s surface. Ingrown hairs typically occur after waxing, tweezing, and electrolysis due to the hair being removed below the surface of the skin. Both ingrown hairs and razor bumps form a rather angry looking bump on the skin’s surface.
The problem with both of these is hair removal actually increases the chances of getting an ingrown hair or razor bump. Every time you shave or remove the hair, you actually sharpen the end or tip of the hair shaft. The sharpened hairs pierce the skin easily, increasing the number of unsightly bumps you get over time.
Tend Skin® Liquid is revolutionary. It was stumbled upon quite by accident by a patient with severe razor bumps and his dentist. The patient was given something to help with the pain during a dental procedure. Days later, the patient returned showing the dentist the changes in his skin’s appearance. The two set to work researching and perfecting the topical solution, eventually formulating Tend Skin® Liquid.
With research and experimentation, Tend Skin® Liquid proved to treat the systems of a large number of problems quickly and effectively. The best part is the Tend Skin® Liquid doesn’t have painful or terrible side effects like the previous treatments for razor bumps or ingrown hairs. Depilatories are known to burn and scar skin. Cortisone creams are good for treating the irritation or itching, but they cannot be used for an extended amount of time due to side effects from blood stream absorption.
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