Pubic Hair *HELP*

Discussion in 'Genitalia' started by JoshHak, May 20, 2007.

  1. JoshHak

    JoshHak Member

    Im a bit younger, fifteen here.. Me and my girlfriend have gotten really serious. And Lately I have been shaving, down there. But, sometimes when I shave, the next day I get zits down there.. Im not a acne person. I rarely get a zit on my face. But, I have NO FUCKING Idea on what to do, freaks me out to be honest. I shave once every two-three weeks. Please, help. Thanks.
  2. wiggy

    wiggy Bitch

    Well stop shaving, its called shaving rash. Use some kind of cream or wax if you want to be shorted down there.

    Failing that leave it but trim !!!
  3. JoshHak

    JoshHak Member

    So completely stop shaving or, use this cream? I dont want any hair, honestly. Trimming doesnt really work. Should I get a better razor or something?
  4. wiggy

    wiggy Bitch

    If you want to carry on shaving buy
    a) a good razor
    b) some shaving cream stuff
    c)exfolating cream

    Your best bet is it sit in warm water so your hair folicules open up, then shave it all of, get some exfolating cream and rub it on after, wash off dry and moisturise.

    Failing that get some hair removal cream, doesnt leave any marks or stuff and alot easier than shaving
  5. hippiechick85

    hippiechick85 Member

    Get a good razor....if u have a friend 18 or older have them go to a local porn shop and get some cram called choochie cream is awesome my hubby uses it as well as me and not bumps or rashes at all
  6. toolmaggot

    toolmaggot Nuts Go Here.

    Those aren't zits. They're razor bumps, from bacteria getting into the follicle.

    Now that I think of it, they essentially are zits.

    Just trim that shit up. Shaving is unnecessary.
  7. SugarStash

    SugarStash Member

    Just my 2cents, but in my experience, it's a really bad idea for guys to use nair, or the like (even the bikini line kind). I know a couple guys who tried it, and their boys hurt for days. If you really want to go bald, use a brand new razor, (the older it is, the duller it is, and the more it will irritate your skin) and try not to go over the same area more than once without re-lathering. Hope this helps.

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