Pubic hair removal

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  1. m69725

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    Is there a good way to remove pubic hair and not get the pimples?

    Razor or creams which works best and what are your recommendations.
     
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    When I first started shaving, I got an occasional bump, but never anymore. I always shave in the shower and let the hot water soften the hairs first. So I completely shower my body before shaving. I have the best results with gel type shaving cream and any disposable 3 blade razor. You should also put moisturizing cream on yourself after you get out of the shower.
     
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    I also shave in the shower using a good razor like the fusion nd have good results
     
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    Bought a Bodygroom TT2040 a few months back. It's not perfect but it's pretty good for both of us. Worth considering if you have the cash to spend IMO.
     
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    Wax and exfoliate religiously and all your pubic hair woes will go away.
     
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    shaving or waxing the bush always is problematic for me, so I usually take a trimmer w/out the attachment and get the hair right at skin level. It is not smooth to the touch but it looks gone and does not result in any bumps.
    I'm not too hairy so this works for me but may not work for hairier guys.
     
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    how about the hair removal creams?
     
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    Most hair removal creams say not to use them in your genital areas. They can burn sensitive skin, plus I have found for myself that they just don't work. I've tried them on my back and chest and they don't work on me, and I am only moderately hairy. Others may have had a better experience with them but I now shave in the shower as has already been mentioned and have very few problems with bumps and itches.

    Another tip on shaving, don't let the blade get too dull. I find I tend to get problems with pimples or bumps if the blade gets too dull.
     
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    Hair removal creams work but I find I need to touch up with a razor. Be patient cuz the more you shave the easier it gets bcuz the pubic hair gets finer. I'm currently clean shaven, love the smooth feel and look. Have fun with it dude. Enjoy
     
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    Nair for Men is inexpensive and smells a bit bad, but it will do the trick...just apply and wash it off 10 minutes later. But it will burn just a little after using. The problem is the stubble when it grows back...the itching drove me crazy so you have to use it once or twice a week to prevent itching from stubble.
     
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    This, but you can use just about any razor you are comfortable and skilled with and get a great end result.

    Softening the hair before you shave is key. Think about a barber using a hot, wet towel on the face before a shave. Same idea.
     
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    I have waxed a few time but find great results from a product called Veet which I purchased at the drug store. I leave it on for about 5 minutes and then wash it off with the hair. No problems and the hair stays gone for a long time.
     
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    My wife just gets me hard, grabs it between her thumb and forefinger and yanks it out by the roots. I just learned that she likes to do this the other night. It took her about 45 minutes to get my shaft, balls and anus just a bald as a baby. It was quite a surprise. I think I like it.
     
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    How do you shave your nut sack without cutting yourself? (And don't say, "Very Carefully!")
     
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    Never an issue, I just shave. In fact, I have had fewer nicks and cuts (like nearly none) with the multiple-bladed razors like the Mach3 and Fusion than with the single or double-bladed razors I started with years ago.
     
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    I think Veet and Nair for Men are kinda similar but Nair smells worse and takes longer than 5 minutes. I took all my pubes off in the spring but have since let them all grow back...the shaved look isn't for me.
     
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    When I started shaving my penis, I occasionally got those bumps but only if I didn't moisturize after.

    I always shower first so the hot water softens the hairs and then I shave. Penis hair removal takes a bit longer because I DEFINITELY don't want to cause any nicks or cuts on this delicate skin.

    I get the best results when using shaving cream or gels that do not have a fragrance and when using a three blade razor.

    Good luck down there!
     
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