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Discussion in 'Underwear, Clothing, and Appearance Issues' started by bigmember1, Aug 8, 2010.
Hey can you use Veet on your BUM and balls has anyone had any experience?
Most of those products say that it is not suitable for peri anal places. You could test it for a couple of minutes in a small place. I know that the procut Nair gives me a rash around my armpit, so caveat emptor.
Oh please...be a man and just shave your ass :smile:
You can, but it BURNS...Stubble is to be preferred IMO
used veet spray the other day, worked perfectly on my arse, however, despite ex-foliating and moisturizing I started to get red bumps, which is not cool at all. will just let my fur grow back.
and this thread is really in the wrong place ;Þ
I did it once a long time (about 20 years) ago. It burned like a bitch and stunk.
Do what you like, but you'll regret this one if you try it.
Be forewarned (if you don't want to read the whole thing, start after the paragraph "Little did I know"; source):
My sister gets her crack hair waxed. She says that there is a different sensation but she has never told that she has had a problem with it.
OMG, I almost died laughing :biggrin1:
I've used Veet on my ass crack, shaved and waxed. Waxing works! For some strange reason you don't get that sweat, slimy feeling described above. I know it because when I shaved or used Veet I had it too but waxing doesn't bring it on! And surprisingly after waxing just twice very little hair has grown back. Ok, my ass cheeks are already very smooth and the only hair I had was around my starfish and taint so it didn't take much to remove it. No pain and no sweat!
I have been shaving regularly for years, and I have experienced no problems whatsoever...
Shit molecules?! What exactly are these supposed to be? Perhaps, the author of the story has never heard that toilet paper alone is in no way sufficient for maintaining proper hygiene... or is, for some strange reason, incapable of cleaning himself with toilet paper properly to begin with...
Moved to "appearance issues...."
Veet specifies it's not suitable for such areas, therefore it's not something I would recommend. Waxing strips may be an easier option however this may very well result in red bumps (depending on your skin type). My recommendation would be to use a razor and shave or simply leave it be.
ive done it and it doesnt do anything but veet is shit the hair comes back to fast