Are you suffering from razor bumps or ingrown hairs? Ouch!
Body hair removal. The close shave. For men and women alike, these activities are as common as brushing and showering. But even after obeying all the rules that govern a proper shave, I would still find myself breaking out days after with razor bumps and ingrown hairs.
I tried poking my skin with painful needles and time-consuming tweezers, but these only "worked" after the fact. I tried expensive chemicals and smelly creams but they also failed to lessen the severity of my disease. Try as I might, my personal quest for a remedy had ended in defeat. I soon found that many shared my trials and tribulations and like many around the world, if I had dared shave too close, I was to resign myself to the inevitable results: a scarred, unattractive, bumpy complexion.
Then one day, I remembered my mother's advice: Prevention is better than cure. With that in mind, I rolled up my sleeves and sketched out several ideas for a product I had envisioned that could prevent the disease before it had a chance to become a disease. And after many months of research and self-inflicted product tests, I had discovered there was value in my mother's advice.