Shaving downstairs.

Harley07

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I found that since I use barrier cream there's enough residual left that I can shave easily when I get in the shower in the am... when finished I reapplied the barrier cream and have never had issues with burn or itch... and I shave it all even my crack, it makes cleaning up from a mess allot easier....
 

Carnifex

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You can use Nair or something like that I have used it before
 

Carnifex

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I just shaved down there after reading the post it is not the first time but I forgot what it feels like I changed into a abena m4 and I can't believe how snug my diaper feels
 

Lyokodl

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I don't shave that area, but trimming the hair with scissors once in a while works wonders. It keeps the "bush" from getting in the way. Just have to be careful :)
 

Twee

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Now that i am accustomed to it, i much prefer it to shaving. It is of the same idea as waxing or plucking, you are literally pulling the hair out (hopefully by the root). It is best to think of epilating as a process and not an event, you will probably not be able to get your whole body in one go. The second, third and fourth go at my diaper area i did a trick i read on the net; i bought some rubber panties, and the highest percent lidocaine gel i could find, an hour before epilating i spread the lidocaine all over my diaper area and then put the rubber panties on for an hour, afterwards i took the panties off and got in the shower and rinsed it off and the whole area was absolutely numb for about 45 minutes.

It is still possible to cut yourself, you have to pull the skin taught so it does not get caught up in the 'tweezers', i have had a few times where my sac ended up looking like raw hamburger, but this kind of cut heals very fast (a day or so).

What is really great is there is significant permanent hair loss with epilating, not on the par with lazer or electrolysis, but on my legs i have seen about a 50% reduction, maybe 30% on my arms.. hard to say about my groin as the hair is so dense there.

If you are thinking about epilating, do NOT cheap out on the epilator.. i went through two cheapies and they were horrid, useless and hurt a lot more. i use an Emjoi AP-18R and it is AMAZING! it's two tweezer banks rotate out opposite each other so they help in keeping the skin taught.
Is emoji the brand name? Hi much is it? And how bad does it hurt?🙂
 

PaddedStag

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How many of you shave downstairs? I just shaved last night and it definitely feels weird down there now. I shaved because I have been reading that it makes cleaning up from a messy diaper much easier. I am bladder and bowel incontinent and have had my share of messy accidents while away from home and cleanup is a pain with all of the hair down there. Hopefully having a clean shave down there will help.
Yes. I find it's much easier/hygienic if I'm shaved.
Yet another humbling experience and 'Chore' that is required if you're incontinent 24/7.
I'm looking at either waxing, or laser removal? Damned expensive however, and it would demand I 'Bare myself' to strangers. Not sure I have the guts to do that. Yet.
 

deinelakaien

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Hello! I'm a man and I use wax, I've never thought it's so painful. I separately buy Waxes (that's where I buy it from) and strips and it's way cheaper than in a salon. Also I can scream a bit when no one hears :rolleyes:
 
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NotTheAverageMan

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I'm completely hairless down there. Hair absorbs odor, and being completely hairless, means easier cleaning and less rash cream needed.
 

pampers4U

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I shave twice a week, and have been bare for at least 4 years, everything gets the razor and after a while there are no more ingrown hairs or itchy spots, your skin will change and things get way easier.
 

Bose

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I shaved my pubes for the first time last month and got folliculitis, the irritation and itching was really severe. It eventually cleared up with a twice daily application of e45 cream but it put me off ever trying it again. I do love the look of it though.
 
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PapaBear001

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oooh that sounds lush. can you recommend a fave brand of cream?
I dared to Naire and had a partial failure. It got rid of the hair but I was not careful so I got chem burns. Fortunately not on major parts but much of the surrounding area. Be careful. Follow the instructions. Do not apply on the same patch of skin within 24 hours.
 
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