I'm glad I'm not the only one who's had this problem aha. I am situated in GP in the Eastrand. Re-Shaving I don't recommend re-shaving daily or every other day—this will usually just aggravate the skin. What should I do, to get a smooth 'downstairs' without the irritation and razor burn? Hello Since the age of 16 I have had problems when shaving my public area. Horrible thing is he will eventually find out how bad it really is, it's so embarrasing and I constantly have new ingrown hairs and marks from where I couldn't help but pick! Then with small scissors cut off the end of the hair that is curling back, quite close to the skin.
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I then tried my Philips electric razor and just found the lube of the shaving cream wasn't enough to give a clean shave. Balsawood-Man , Jan 24, Cut2TheChase , Jan 24, The Schick razor is good, but the Gillette Fusion is the gold standard. If you're using a manual razor, be sure to rinse it frequently and pull out any long, stray hairs from the blade.
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The fuzzy twins are just along for the ride. The infection may clear up on its own if you stop shaving. Don't listen to all these nerds, b! If you choose a manual razor, you will need: Then I put some on the sensitive area on the back of my elbow to test for rashes or anything else weird. I have really really bad razor.
A razor will run smooth and snag-free as long as you keep the skin taut. Doing as the DR recommends is inviting dozens of ingrown hairs. Easily stabilize your your body, back, and hands against the surface of the tub, preventing any slippage. As all comments are moderated, there will be a delay before your comment appears. I appreciate the interest! We cater anywhere and everywhere.