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Tea Tree Oil Treatment - for Facial Hyperpigmentation, Inflamed Skin, Razor Bumps, Ingrown Hair

Tea Tree Oil Treatment - for Facial Hyperpigmentation, Inflamed Skin, Razor Bumps, Ingrown Hair

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OilBlends -​Tea Tree Oil Treatment -​ 30 ml

​​Benefits: Specially formulated for Facial Hyperpigmentation, ​Inflamed skin, Razor Bumps, Ingrown Hair, Pimples and Blackheads

Our Tea Tree Oil is steam distilled from the leaves and twigs

How to Cleanse with OilBlends - ​Tea Tree Oil Treatment

Heals the skin, helps control acne and bacteria. Use before and after hair removal to help heal ingrown hair problems and help stop breakouts.

  • Wash face with warm water (to open pores)
  • Soak a cotton pad with warm water
  • Squeeze out excess water 
  • Add 5 drops of OilBlends Tea Tree Oil Treatment to the damp cotton pad
  • Wipe face and neck thoroughly with pad until all dirt and residue is removed
  • Rinse off thoroughly with warm water
  • Apply once a day, every other day

How to Remove Ingrown Hair

Exfoliate: Use a gentle exfoliating scrub or a washcloth to remove dead skin cells around the ingrown hair. This can help to release the trapped hair.

Warm Compress: Apply a warm compress to the area with the ingrown hair for a few minutes. This can help to soften the skin and open up the hair follicle, making it easier to remove the hair.

Sterilize Tools: If you're using tweezers or a needle to remove the ingrown hair, make sure they are sterilized to prevent infection. You can do this by wiping them with rubbing alcohol.

Gently Release the Hair: If you can see the ingrown hair looped under the skin, carefully use sterilized tweezers or a needle to lift the hair out of the skin. Be gentle to avoid causing further irritation or damage to the skin.

Don't Dig: Avoid digging or picking at the skin to try to get the hair out. This can lead to further irritation, infection, or scarring.

Apply an Antiseptic: After removing the ingrown hair, apply an antiseptic lotion, tea tree oil, or cream to the area to prevent infection.

Avoid Tight Clothing: Tight clothing can increase friction and irritation in the area of the ingrown hair, so try to wear loose-fitting clothing until the area has healed.

Seek Medical Attention if Necessary: If you're unable to remove the ingrown hair yourself or if it becomes infected, it's best to seek medical attention from a dermatologist. They can provide treatment options such as corticosteroid creams, antibiotics, or even surgical removal if necessary.

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