Grab your favorite razor, girls, and skip with me down to the land of smooth, bump-free skin. Say hola to Bliss Ingrown Eliminating Pads ($38 for 50 pads).
It’s hard to believe how fast time flies, but ’round these parts Labor Day means we’ve reached the unofficial end of summer, and THAT means ye olde swimsuit will soon be retired.
Of course, just because the two-piece goes into hibernation for a while doesn’t mean I won’t want to shave and/or wax.
That’s where Bliss Ingrown Eliminating Pads come into play. They help treat and prevent the ingrown hairs and razor bumps that can result from shaving and waxing.
Ingrown hairs begone!
The geniuses at Bliss soak these disposable round pads (they’re about the size of my palm) with exfoliating salicylic and glycolic acids and pack them with oat extract, witch hazel and lavender oil to soothe freshly groomed parts.
Convenient AND easy
Convenience is a big deal for me, so I like how the pads come pre-soaked in their easy-to-open jar.
With one I’ll gently wipe my ‘stash, ‘pits, legs, toes (yup, I went there), bikini line — basically everywhere I’ve shaved, waxed or plucked.
By the next day after use, any red bumps or ingrown hairs I may have had have disappeared. It’s magic worthy of Hogwarts, I tell ya! Makeup and Beauty Blog Rating: A
In general, Bliss products are expensive, and Ingrown Eliminating Pads are no exception. To stretch my dollars, I’ll cut them in half (or sometimes fourths) to extend the life of a jar.
If you’re ballin’ on a budget, consider Gigi No Bump Rx Treatment ($9, available at Sally Beauty Supply). This liquid exfoliator works like the Bliss Pads do but comes in a bottle; you provide the cotton ball. The product may lack the Bliss convenience and packaging, but it basically does the same thing for a lot less dinero.
Your friendly neighborhood beauty addict,