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... Does anyone use an electric shaver for not only the bikini line but the legs too? ... (2 replies)
... I used to shave my bikini line with a razor and only the places that otherwise "fall" out of your panties. ... (8 replies)
Bikini Line
Jun 19, 2002
... I use to shave my bikini line and it left me with a shadow. I also get constant bumps around the area. Now I use nair hair remover, but it dosen't seem to be working, any suggestions on how to remove this shadow and bumps that I have? ... (12 replies)

... I'm afraid of using Nair or Veet or something like that because of the chemicals, eventhough I'm going to TRY it, I'll see what happens... But I mostly really wish I could find an amazing way to shave the bikini line (and a little more than that) without getting a rash at all. I just cannot seem to do it at all without getting a bumpy rash, every single time! Even if I put... (8 replies)
... After shaving and treating your bikini line for several weeks, your skin will eventually "toughen up" and it won't take so much work. ... (9 replies)
... the bumps went away and so she tried it with her bikini line and the bumps are gone. ... (9 replies)
Bikini line?
Apr 10, 2007
... on deodorant to the area I've shaved. Sounds weird, but it keeps bumps from forming. ... (9 replies)
Bikini line?
Apr 10, 2007
... for a few minutes. Also, I use Bikini Zone after I shave. It kind of numbs the skin and also keeps those red bumps away! That's only on the sides though....don't put it on your genital area because it will burn like fire!! ... (9 replies)
... that too! Make sure to use unscented stick deodorant.. I haven't tried it yet either. I always make sure that the underwear I'm wearing isn't rubbing against the bikini line a lot either.. ... (4 replies)
... I prefer the Aveeno shaving gel for irritable skin, razor bumps and something else can't remember, but it has the blue cap. I love it. ... (9 replies)
... I have horrible, itchy red bumps now! I heard somewhere that cream with alpha hydrox in it could help with this.....anyone know if this is true? ... (2 replies)
... thanks never heard of "neosporin" wonder is this product available nationwide (4 replies)
... Just shave or wax and before you go to bed at night, put neosporin on it. this works very well to keep bumps away. ... (4 replies)
Razor bumps
Sep 14, 2005
... It helps to shave from the top of the leg to the knee also, instead of from the bottom up. Also for those really sensitive areas, like the bikini line and arm pits, some roll on anti perspirents for sensitive skin can be applied to the area and it does prevent the razor burn. ... (7 replies)
... and its not even a guarantee it won't grow back. I'm just so tired of all the red bumps and having to deal with the whole thing every time I want to put a bathing suit on last minute. ... (7 replies)
... So does the electric razor help with razor bumps/sensitive skin? I already have the trimming down; I use an electric hair trimmer for that so it gets REALLY short, but not smooth as if i were to shave it. (2 replies)
... Tendskin doesn't remove hair. It just prevents ingrown hairs, bumps, rashes, etc. It works well if you want to shave against the grain too and it will also help get rid of current ingrown hairs. It's kinda pricey at the beauty supply stores but not too much on ebay. The homemade recipe is much cheaper but I'm not sure it works. (8 replies)
... and I'm afraid people think I'm pregnant and start rumours when I go to the gyno. Don't these bumps just dissapear after a while? ... (8 replies)
... ice, thick shaving cream layer, sometimes I feel like the Mach3 is almost TOO sharp. Use the smallest amount of strokes possible to achieve a good shave for less bumps and don't but any fragranced lotions on the area afterward. Good luck. ... (4 replies)
... I think I've read that Mach 3 and Venus are good razors for that area. What do y'all think? Are they really that good? Did anyone who previously used to get razor burn or bumps/rash change over to using one of these razors and see a good improvement? To me they seem sorta expensive, so I really want to know if they're truly worth it. Thanks (4 replies)

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