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ingrown hairs and razor irritation?

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  • There is always laser hair removal...I have heard a lot of good things about but don't know if it is painful or not

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    • Originally posted by KaytKayt View Post
      What's the best way to avoid ingrowns and razor irritation after shaving...down there. Even if I try to shave just my bikini area I still get either insanely itchy razor bumps or icky ingrown hairs...Is there any cream that works well to prevent this or any method anyone finds works well? I prefer to keep things smooth but with the irritation that I get it's not really practical since with my job I'm constantly running around which seems to make it worse. Help?
      try to shave after you warm up you face in hot water

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      • LOL!!!!! I would be very worried if I had a HooHaa on my face!!

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        • Hi
          You can get creams to help with this, get the bump outta here is one and there is another called ingrow go that is good for redness. Can get both on ebay

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          • I use men's razors, they shave better. I use the Gilette fusion with Aveeda Oatmeal Shaving cream has a thicker later than other creams.

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            • The Schick hydro silk has 5 blades and is super hydrating.
              Last edited by Jennatrip; 02-10-2013, 10:06 PM. Reason: cant get image to work

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              • I think laser hair removal is the best solution.It generally requires a multiple session to get it done.You can get a smooth and beautiful skin after that.
                Thanks

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