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Small bottle of Fur Ingrown Eliminator Serum with white cap
Droplets of Fur Ingrown Eliminator Serum are labeled with the product's key ingredients and their benefits: Lactic acid, lavender oil, willow bark extract, and aloe
Ingrown Concentrate vs. Ingrown Eliminator Serum comparison with listed benefits

Fur - Ingrown Eliminator Serum


The ultimate in post hair removal care and ingrown treatment. This ingrown-targeting and eliminating serum soothes irritation and eradicates bumps, leaving skin clear and ingrown-free. It’s the same best-selling formula as Fur's strongest ingrown treatment, Ingrown Eliminator, now packaged more sustainably in a glass pump bottle. Gynecologically tested. Free of phthalates, parabens, silicones, and artificial colors and fragrance. Cruelty-free, gluten-free and vegan.

Trial Results: In a clinical study…
• 100% agreed product brightens skin.
• 100% agreed their skin felt toned after use. 
• 95% agreed the product minimized the appearance of ingrown hairs. 

Key Ingredients:
• Willow Bark Extract, a natural form of salicylic acid, is an astringent that penetrates pores and clears oil buildup to prevent inflammation.
• Lactic Acid is a powerful alpha hydroxy acid (AHA) that breaks the bonds between the skin cells to enhance skin’s natural moisturizing abilities and brighten uneven skin tone.
• Witch Hazel is an antimicrobial astringent packed with tannins that tightens pores, reduces oil production while conditioning the skin, and reducing redness.
• Aloe is an antimicrobial cold pressed juice that restores suppleness to the skin and gently hydrates to prevent irritation.

How to Use:
After hair removal or when ingrowns appear, apply liberally onto target areas. Shake well first to incorporate active ingredients. Spray into palm and apply to smaller spots, or spray directly onto skin to cover larger areas. Suitable for pubic area, underarms, legs, brows, lips, and chin. For more ingrown-prone skin, apply daily or more as needed. Avoid contact with eyes.