TREE OIL ANTI -BUMP SKIN SYSTEM
Let the natural
healing of Australian Tea Tree Oil fight the bacteria and fight
the bumps for softer, smoother, more even-toned skin on face,
head, even under the chin!
- Tea Tree Oil Anti-Bump Spray ( 9 oz available for Barbers)
- Tea Tree Clipper Clean (for Barbers only)
- Tea Tree Oil Anti-Bump Lotion
- Click here for a sample
The Perfect Shave:
- Determine the shaving
schedule that is right for you, (daily every other day, etc.)
and try to stick to it.
- Always use a sharp
razor...it makes a difference. Never use a razor more
than 3-4 times.
- Use a good lubricating shave
cream or gel. If you have sensitive, bump prone skin,
shave with a thin layer of Tea Tree Oil Anti-Bump Lotion.
- Always shave in the same
direction. Down the face and p the chine. Use as
few strokes as possible.
- Shaving with clippers is a
great way to keep the bumps down, but you're still vulnerable
to bacteria. Finish your shave by following the tips
- After shaving rinse well and
towel blot your skin dry. Spray Tea Tree Oil Anti-Bump
into your hands and apply to your face and neck.
Ahhh!!!...feels great...allow to air dry.
- Now apply a thin layer of
Tea Tree Oil Anti-Bump Lotion to your entire face and neck.
Neck and Hair Line: The Perfect haircut
- Ask for Barber to sanitize his equipment with Tea Tree Oil
Clipper Clean. It kills bacteria and germs instantly.
- After you haircut have your barber spray or blot Tea Tree
Oil Anti-Bump Spray to your neck and hairline, and where you
- Never scratch or rub freshly shaved skin that is how the
bumps begin. If your neck itches give it a shot of
your greatest risk of bumps comes, as your hair grows, so
apply Tea Tree Oil Anti-Bump Lotion or Spray daily until your
hair begins to grow out.
Why do African American Men Suffer from
Since most African American men have curly
hair, clipper and razor bums are prevalent among them. Clipper
bumps are the result of friction from cutting which causes an
itching sensation. When you react by scratching it leads to
irritation and bacteria growth. Once the hair starts growing out,
it coils back into the skin causing further irritation and
So Why Australian Tea Tree Oil?
For centuries Australian Aborigines used
Australian Tea Tree Oil for cuts, abrasions, burns, and insect
bites. Tea Tree Oil stops the itch, calms the skin, and kills
bacteria. Tea Tree Oil will stay where you put it to dry out the
infected area aiding healing process.-
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