Smooth Skin

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    When i shave my self smooth i always get razor burn and the skin is not always too smooth. how can i make my skin smoother down there and keep it smooth. for now i am just going to trim
     
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    I shave with the grain. No razor burn
     
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    i have done that but it just does not seem smooth enough and i have prickels. your pics seem very smooth
     
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    would lotions work? i just want it to be really smooth.. ha ha
     
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    go slow. go with hte grain. LIGHT or no aftershave (ouch). DONT SCRATCH.

    but i only completely shaved myself until i was like 17. now i just trim it down wheneer i cut my hair (on my head)
     
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    Use a sharp (new razor) and go with the grain....try getting a hot moist towel and put it over your face before you shave or do it after you get out of the shower.
    After shave is a irritant..don't ever put it on your face.
     
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    he's talkin bout shavin in the danger zone
     
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    apply a HOT washcloth a couple times
    then apply the shaving lubricant and let it sit on your hairs.

    all of them. (it softens them,and the hot compress relaxes your follicle muscles)

    then wait for 3-4 minutes and shave...i personally go with the grain
    and then against the grain much more carefully.
    :wink:

    i got that from an alternative medicine book for dummies.
     
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    Thanks, I think i will try this one
     
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    to keep it smoth and with no razon burn, YOU should aply LOTS of lotion or some cream. I've had similar problems, and NIVEA CREAM [which is the cheapst one] works out great! [apart from the bad taste IT could leave in your mouth... that is, while sucking on it... YOUR own, or others...] :D
     
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    Make sure you are using a new razor. Older razors always give a lot more razor burn. Also to prevent the 'bumps' you get when shaving your chest, ass etc....go tanning....
     
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