Tuesday, July 19, 2016

Tend Skin Lotion for problems with ingrown hair

Tend Skin is made to help reduce the pain and inflammation of razor bumps, ingrown hair, and razor burn. The main active ingredient in Tend Skin is aspirin (acetylsalicylic acid). Aspirin, of course, is an analgesic (pain reliever) as well as an anti-inflammatory agent.

Next on the ingredient list is isopropyl alcohol. This, as you hopefully know, is the “bad” kind of alcohol. Isopropyl alcohol is very drying to the skin. Water is the next ingredient, so the fact that alcohol comes before water means this product is almost entirely made of alcohol. (Ingredients are listed by weight.)

However, many people have seen results with their ingrown hair by using Tend Skin. Sometimes even I have to bypass the information I know to be true in lieu of getting results, as long as there are no adverse effects to the skin when using this product. In other words, if you can use Tend Skin successfully without experiencing any problems as a result of using it, you may be able to help your ingrown hair problems. But if you use Tend Skin and it causes reactions or just doesn’t help your problems, I don’t recommend using it. This is a specialized product and because of the alcohol content, it won’t be for everybody.

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