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Old 07-09-2006, 06:06 AM - Thread Starter
 
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I dont know why I never thought to post about this before My ? is for those of you who shave your bikini area. I always end up with those nasty little bumps after I shave they are just as bad as the hair : I know that it is possible to remove the hair without the bumps but so far I have not found the answer : right now I am using a salve and it help a bit after I shave but it dosnt work 100% but it is better. So could everyone out there share there methods for a nice looking bikini line.

I did try wax once at home but the pain was so bad I wont be doing it again. : I cant afford to have it done professionally so shaving really is my only option at this time. Those hair remover creams dont work for me at all the best I ever got with using them is it curled the hair up Even leaving it on to the point of burning the skin didnt remove the hair. : I even tried the electric razor but that thing bites : TIA

 
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Old 07-09-2006, 02:41 PM
 
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Here's a similar post, it should help you out:

http://www.mothering.com/discussions...d.php?t=466648
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I get them sometimes too. I've read that one of the causes is using a dull razor.

Anyways, one thing that works for me, is this stuff called Tend Skin. ( www.tendskin.com ), I buy it at Sephora. I'm guessing it's not all that natural, but I'd rather apply it as needed, than end up with infected, ingrown hairs and have to take an antibiotic.
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Thanks everyone and thanks for the link to the other thread. Having search down sucks :

 
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