Discussion in 'Love and Sex' started by Bohemian_Child, May 15, 2004.

  1. how do you avoid ingrown hairs and bumps and irritation best? ive started using a mens razor and only using it twice before i dispose of it so its not too dull... i have really sensitive skin though.

    I was debating waxing, but i dont know how to find a salon that waxes... i guess i just have to call and ask (though it sounds so painfull!)

    HELP! haha
  2. Fractual_

    Fractual_ cosmos factory

    watch more infomercials.

    i think i saw somethin on one of those about this before.
  3. Mintaoism

    Mintaoism Member

    I saw this fine hair trimmer by JML which seems good. maight take a while though. I thinks it's ment for women with moustaches or hair on their arms...urggh....<shivers>
  4. Dizzy Man

    Dizzy Man Member

    The way to avoid ingrown hairs is:

    1. Don't shave too finely in the areas you're prone to ingrowing hairs - use a blunter razor perhaps, or don't go over and over, just shave it lightly

    2. Pulling the skin tight while you shave can cause ingrowing hairs. Like, for men, if you get ingrowing hairs under your chin, don't lift your head up so high when you shave there, let the skin stay relaxed. Otherwise, the hair you've shaved may be pointing at an unusual angle and letting go of the skin afterwards curves it back into the skin.
  5. groovydude

    groovydude Member

    Try immac/veet I just started using it recently and It's been better than I hoped and no problems (yet)
  6. madbeast

    madbeast Member

    i have a huge problem with ingrown hairs and such too...(really thick hair and all) i too had to switch to a mens razor...but u also should us a loofa, or whatever its called, to rub away the dead skin on the ingrown hairs so they dont stay. dont wax, i did and it caused just as many in growns...
    but seriously im not sure aabout prevention cus no matter WHAT i do i stil get sucks...
    im actually going for lazor hair removal surgery in march :)
  7. FoxeyLady

    FoxeyLady Member

    i use that veet hair removal stuff and it works really well its just kinda messy
  8. lynsey

    lynsey Banned

    Never shave it always wax or use a depliatory. Any spa will do it and most places that do eyebrows will do it. I used to get waxed but the pain was just too much and you had to let it grow out a little before you could get waxed again. the depliatories are great just get a good one-not one from the drug store.
  9. lynsey

    lynsey Banned

    that stuff is good I take back my not from the drug store :)
  10. madbeast

    madbeast Member

    thats exactly y i stopped getting mine waxed, i did it a few times, but it hurt wayyy too much, i couldnt get used to it, and i didnt know what to do in that inbetween period when the hair had to grow a bit...u no?
  11. AOFpunker

    AOFpunker Member

    So that Veet stuff is totally safe to use down there? I thought about trying that but was afraid of using dibilatories
  12. lynsey

    lynsey Banned

    yes but ONLY on your outer skin and then if you want to or need to just trim the inside. I only do the outer because I am afraid of cutting my self.
  13. dangermoose

    dangermoose Is a daddy

    stacy no!!!!! don't do it, you don't need to shave!! you p*ssy is beautiful with the hair its got on it!!....noooooooooooooooo

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