Ingrown Hair Duo

10% OFF

Ingrown Hair Duo

10% OFF

Ingrown Hair Duo

10% OFF

Ingrown Hair Duo

10% OFF

Ingrown Hair Duo

10% OFF

Ingrown Hair Duo

10% OFF

Ingrown Hair Duo

10% OFF

With AHA/BHA

Ingrown Hair Duo

for reducing ingrown hairs + bumps

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Estimated delivery date: Thu, Apr 25 - Sat, Apr 27

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Say goodbye to ingrown hairs, razor burn and irritation with the Ingrown Hair Duo.

Maximize your results with our miracle duo of Roller Rescue Soothing Serum and Nude Ingrown Hair Oil. Unclog pores and gently exfoliate with Roller Rescue, then nourish and soften skin and hair with Nude Oil for smooth, bump-free skin.

For best results — use the Nude Oil daily within 2 minutes of showers for deep hydration. Follow with the Roller Rescue Soothing Serum nightly to exfoliate while you sleep. 


Roller Rescue Soothing Serum

chemical exfoliant with AHA/BHA to gently exfoliate the skin

Nude Ingrown Hair Oil

nourishing oil to help soften + soothe the skin and hair

Introducing Roller Rescue Soothing Serum

Introducing Roller Rescue Soothing Serum Introducing Roller Rescue Soothing Serum
Ingrown Hair Duo Before After

After 6 Weeks

The Results Are In...

97%

Experienced fewer ingrown hairs and bumps after using.

100%

Agreed that they saw noticeable results after using.

93%

Agreed the product minimizes redness caused by hair removal.

*Based on a 6-week consumer study with 29 participants

Roll With Confidence

First ever stainless steel rollerball for a instant cooling sensation, and easy application.

Ingredients You'll Love

Formulated with a blend of natural botanical extracts, skin-soothing ingredients like Aloe Leaf Juice + Witch Hazel, and a delicate balance of AHA/BHA compounds.

Ingrown Hair Duo

Frequently Asked Questions

Chemical exfoliants are skincare products that use acids or enzymes to dissolve and remove dead skin cells. On the other hand, physical exfoliants contain granules, beads or particles to scrub away dead skin cells.

Our scrubs are considered physical, with the sugar serving as the exfoliant. The Roller Rescue Soothing Serum is a chemical exfoliant in which the AHA and BHA act as exfoliants.

Yes, we created the Roller Rescue to be safe on sensitive skin. However, we recommend a routine that helps build up tolerance over time.

Yes, but we recommend waiting 24 hours because these acids can irritate freshly treated or sensitive skin. Waxing and shaving both involve the removal of the top layer of skin cells, which can leave the skin more vulnerable and exposed. This allows the skin to heal and reduces the risk of adverse reactions.

AHA (Alpha Hydroxy Acid) and BHA (Beta Hydroxy Acid) are both chemical exfoliants that work by breaking down the bonds between dead skin cells, leading to their removal and revealing fresher, smoother skin underneath.

AHA: Derived from natural sources like fruits. Glycolic Acid is water-soluble from sugarcane and primarily works on the skin surface to exfoliate dead skin cells, promote cell turnover and help improve skin texture and tone. BHA: Derived from salicylic compounds, a lab-made version of the naturally occurring substances in plants like willow bark. Oil-soluble, can penetrate into the pores and work both on the skin's surface and inside the pores which is excellent for those ingrown hairs as it helps unclog pores and reduce breakouts.

It can help, but it takes time and consistent use to see visible results. Patience is key when using AHA/BHA for dark spots, as the gradual exfoliation and skin renewal process occurs.

AHA (Alpha Hydroxy Acid) and BHA (Beta Hydroxy Acid) are generally safe for daily use in your skincare routine. However, it’s essential to consider your skin type and sensitivity. If you’re new to using AHA and BHA products or have sensitive skin, it’s a good idea to ease into it slowly (e.g., a few times a week) and gradually increase as your skin becomes accustomed to them. Always use sunscreen when using these acids during the day in areas exposed, as they can make your skin more sensitive to the sun.