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Chrissandra - posted on 09/26/2009
Would the aloe vera for a sun burn work cause thats all i have.
As long as it's 100% aloe with no artificial colors or additives. Try putting it in the refridgerator to cool the aloe vera before applying it. You should only need a small amount for relief. Try wearing silk panties so you won't have problems with, um, snagging. Oh and maybe using a bikini trimmer would work out better. The hair will be nicely trimmed and short - sans the itchiness.
Michelle - posted on 09/27/2009
i use a lotion specifically designed for sensitive skin. if you choose to continue with the painless brazillian, i suggest the venus embrace razor..(most comfort) and use hair conditioner as shaving cream. after the 3rd time doing it, you wont even notice the itch.
Niccy - posted on 09/27/2009
The best thing to do is to use a deodarant stick over the shaved area right after you shave. That really reduces the itch and the bumps. This works really well on just the bikini area too. It may sound weird but trust me, it works.
Laurie - posted on 09/27/2009
can i just say you're a braver woman than me there is no way that i would let my husband near my bits with a razor after seeing what he does to his own face! lol next time i would go with waxing it hurts a little but it lasts longer and doesn't itch and also looks more attractive without the red blotches
CRYSTAL - posted on 09/27/2009
there is an over the counter cream you can get called bikini zone. works wonders! i buy mine at rite-aid. if you have any little nicks it will sting for a slight sec. (nothing major) when you first put it on.....also gets rid of razor burn bumps!
Tiffany - posted on 09/26/2009
It does itch shaving it again helps. My husband likes that to! Next time look into going and having it waxed it last longer and does not get as itchy! Tell him if he wants you to you to go through that then you get a day at the spa! He may change his mind! LOL
Ashley - posted on 09/26/2009
Hi, I have shaved "down there" from the time it started being there, after a while you get use to. To keep it really smooth I usually shave no more then the third day. Try baby powder or using an aloe shaving cream when you shave it except for inner part. If you keep up on it after a while you won't even notice. And I give you credit letting your husband do it for the first time. the only time my husband comes near that area with a razor is when i'm so pregnant I can't see it over my stomach.lol. I hope this helps.
Staci - posted on 09/26/2009
If you go to athenashn.com they have a wonderful product for shaving called "coochy" it is wonderful! it prevents razor burn and it works especially well for down there. If you keep shaving with that it will reduce itching as you keep you area bare. Also try to shave frequently as this will also help getting you immune to the itch.
I also sell Coochy shave cream. It is an amazing product. My website is http://www.slumberpartiesbystacim.com
Check it out!
Virginia - posted on 09/26/2009
you know how people throw those slumber party sex toy parties? go to one or get a catalog from one and try the couchi shave stuff, the gel and the spray, works like a charm! its helps cut down the the irritation from razor burn and bumps which is the reason for the itch, also always use a new razor when shaving that area, as the skin is so sensative and drag in the razor at all will make it worse. unfortunatly nothing will take away all the irritation, thats just par for the course, unless you go get waxed.
but try couchi! you will love it so much you will start using it under your arms, on you legs and on your arms as well. good luck!
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