PURIFY BAR FAQs
- Organic Aloe Leaf Juice
- Vegetable Glycerin
- Tea Tree Oil
- Activated Charcoal
Cleanse during your bathing process, massaging against the hair growth, remove with lukewarm water, dry off, then finish with Power Pads.
4 OZ CIRCULAR SHAPED
- Ingrown Hairs
- Dry + Dull Skin
- Boils/ Cysts
- BreakOut Skin Facial Acne
- Neck Cysts from Shaving
- Ingrown Hairs on the Bikini Line
- Strawberry Legs
- Buttocks Pimples
- ALL OVER!!!
Even though our purify bar is organic, the tea tree and activated charcoal can be drying (hence killing bacteria).
It is safe for vaginal use when used properly, we do not recommend inserting the bar into your vulva.
We do not recommend using the bar on your face and body due to cross contamination from vaginal or anal bacteria on your face.
You sure can, Purify Bar weighs 4 oz which is the mandated standard for a carry on!!
The TOP Ingrown Hair Questions Answered ?!?!
Ingrown hairs are hairs that have curled around and grown back into the skin. They often appear as red bumps or pimples. Ingrown hairs can be caused by waxing, shaving, or tweezing. They can also be caused by the use of hair-removal products that contain chemicals such as alcohol, glycerin, or salicylic acid.
Ingrown hairs can be treated using a variety of methods. Some people use over-the-counter medications such as benzoyl peroxide or salicylic acid. Others use home remedies such as a warm compress or tea tree oil. If the ingrown hair is infected, antibiotics may be prescribed.
There are a few different things that can cause ingrown hairs, but the most common is when hair follicles get blocked and the hair starts to grow sideways instead of upwards.
Some things that can block hair follicles and lead to ingrown hairs include dead skin cells, excess oils and sebum, sweat, bacteria, and products like waxing and tweezing.
Fortunately, there are a few things you can do to help prevent ingrown hairs from forming in the first place. One is to exfoliate regularly to remove any dead skin cells that might be clogging up your pores.
There are a few things you can do to help prevent ingrown hairs:
1. Exfoliate regularly. This will help remove the dead skin cells that can clog pores and cause hairs to become ingrown.
2. Shave in the direction of hair growth, using a sharp blade and plenty of shaving cream or gel. Avoid shaving too closely to the skin, and don't go over the same area more than once.
3. After shaving, rinse your skin thoroughly with warm water to remove any residue from the shave cream or gel. Pat dry with a clean towel.
There are a few things you can do to treat an ingrown hair:
- Apply a warm compress to the area for a few minutes several times a day. This will help to open up the pores and release the hair.
- Use a sterile needle or tweezers to gently tease out the hair. Be careful not to pinch the skin or damage it further.
- Apply an over-the-counter antibiotic ointment or cream to help prevent infection.
If the problem persists, see your doctor for advice on how to best treat it.
Yes. ingrown hairs can often be treated with a few simple home remedies.
One remedy is to gently exfoliate the skin with a PURIFY BAR to remove any dead skin cells that may have built up and trapped the hair underneath the skin. You can also try using a warm compress on the affected area, which will help to open up the pores and release the hair. Finally, you can apply a topical antibiotic or anti-inflammatory cream to help reduce inflammation and swelling.
If these remedies don't work, or if the ingrown hair is particularly stubborn or painful, you may need to see an esthetician for additional treatment.