Are you tired of razor burn, ingrown hair, and irritation after intimate shaving?
Intim Balm from Australian Bodycare reduces the appearance of:
- Itching and razor burn
- Ingrown hair
- Red spots and irritation
Intim Balm cares for the skin in the intimate area after shaving or hair removal and can be used by both men and women.
How do I use Intim Balm?
Intim Balm is developed for use after intimate shaving. In combination with the products Intim Wash and Intim Shave, you can minimize the occurrence of red spots, razor burn and irritation after hair removal in the intimate area. The 3 products can be ordered separately or together in the intimate shaving kit.
To ensure a nice and successful intimate shave, we recommend that you use all 3 products every time you shave your intimate parts.
Here is how to ensure a nice and smooth intimate shave:
1. Wash thoroughly
Wash the area thoroughly with Intim Wash to remove the bacteria that can cause razor burn and rash. Massage the product onto wet skin to create a nice lather and make sure to wash the entire intimate area. Rinse off with lukewarm water.
2. Apply shaving gel
Use the clear shave gel, Intim Shave, for the actual shaving. Apply a thin layer and let sit for 1 min. before shaving. Shave your intimate area and the bikini line in the direction of hair growth using a new and sharp razor. Rinse excess product and hair residue off with water when you are done.
3. Nourish the skin
When you have finished your shower/bath and patted yourself dry, apply Intim Balm to the newly shaved area and enjoy the cooling and soothing effect. Intim Balm should NOT be rinsed off. Please allow the product to absorb and give the skin some time to breathe before getting dressed.
It might be a good idea to apply Intim Balm a few times a day in the days after shaving. The skin is still a little sensitive after the hair removal, and Intim Balm will therefore soothe and nourish the skin to help you avoid itching, redness, and razor rash.
You can also use Intim Balm after hair removal with wax or other methods. The product's natural ingredients soothe the skin and relieve redness, itching and irritation - no matter how you prefer to remove hair in the intimate area.
Why does Intim Balm work against red spots, razor burn and ingrown hairs?
Intim Balm contains the moisturizing and active ingredient, Allantoin, which has a soothing effect on dry and irritated skin.
Tasmanian Pepperberry extract has a soothing effect on the skin and reduces itching and redness after intimate shaving.
Finally, the natural ingredient Tea Tree Oil counteracts bacteria to protect your skin and the exposed pores after hair removal.
We recommend that you always apply the intimate shaving balm after hair removal. This ensures that your intimate area after shaving appears neat and smooth without red bumps and ingrown hairs.
Can I use Intim Balm for sensitive skin?
Intim Balm is dermatologically tested by an independent research institute. The product is rated skin-friendly, and this is your guarantee that the product is 100% safe to use.
The product is suitable for all skin types - even if you have sensitive skin.
Our Intim Balm, like all our intimate products, is pH-regulated for intimate use, so you avoid skin problems, itching and irritation. Intim Balm can therefore be used without problems in the entire intimate area and the bikini line after hair removal.
To get the best result and the smoothest shave, we recommend that you use all 3 products in the intimate shaving kit. The package includes Intim Wash, Intim Shave and Intim Balm.
What if the product does not live up to my expectations?
We offer a 100% satisfaction guarantee. We will refund the full purchase price if you have not achieved the expected results with the product within 100 days of receipt.
You can read more about the procedure and conditions here.
If you want to read more about how to ensure a nice and smooth shave, read our guides on the subject here:
> Shaving the bikini line – avoid razor bumps
> Intimate Shaving for Women – Here’s How You Do It!
> Red Razor Bumps After Shaving – How to Treat Them
> Intimate Shaving for Men – Here’s How You Do It!