Hair removal cream

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  1. dotball

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    Wondering how far a guy can use the hair removal creams.
    It 'says' on the packaging to not use it on your genitals, but I have done with good results.
    What about on the face, instead of shaving - what about anywhere, around the arse, armpits, anywhere?
    Has anyone got good or bad stories to tell, recommend a brand, etc?
     
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    They put those warning on the label for a reason!!!! To protect us from doing dumb shit!!!!!
     
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    Do NOT put that shit anywhere near your nipples.
     
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    I happen to think body hair is a sign of masculinity and maturity.
    I want my guys to look like men and not pre-mature little boys.
    If you insist on using these creams follow the product instructions.
    They are there for your safety.
     
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    My feelings exactly. I want a man not a boy!
     
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    i know you're not talking about nair.


    NairĀ® For Men

    faq should not be used in sensitive areas
     
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    I have used Nair for men on my back... And ended up with the worst chemical burn you could imagine... And that was following directions. The fact that ANYONE would consider this anywhere else is just bing stupid.
     
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    I use to use Veet (before going for monthly waxing). I found Veet to be much milder than anything else. Use it according to the directions and you should be fine. I used in on my cock hair and my ass crack but not my balls. That skin is too sensitive for it. Everyplace else was fine - BUT USE IT ACCORDING TO THE DIRECTIONS. If it's on too long you will have a burn.
     
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    I use MagicShave. it's cheap and works well
     
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    I also use veet. I limited my time to 3 minutes and it worked well. I will continue to use it instead of shaving.
     
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    I've used nair on my chest, abdomen, crack and groin (including sack), all with no trouble whatsoever, just don't leave it on the sensitive areas for more than the minimum time and if you feel burning takeit off straight away I guess.

    As for the face, i did accidentally wipe some on my neck (while i was doing my chest) and it did cause a burning and redness so, from my experience, i wouldn't try it.

    I also tried my back for a couple of hairs (literally, about 3 i couldnt reach!) and yes got a bad chemical burn, apparently your back is quite sensitive it appears.

    To the drop-kicks who go on about needing real men, not boys... it's called personal preference! What gives you the right to tell other people what they should and shouldn't do/like/appreciate? If you don't agree with someoen's *personal* choice then just leave it and find another topic, why feel the need to leave unhelpful comments? This is a *support* group remember?
     
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