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    Silverfox0922 [sign in to see picture]
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    Scorpius12 wrote:

    Hi Sarah - I have tried everything over the years, veet, wax and wet shaving but have had issues with all of them. I then found a great little electric shaver and I have never looked back. I use it everywhere, bikini line, legs and underarms. It really does make things silky smooth - I wish I had found it years ago.

    It is a 'Braun PocketGo M90 MobileShave Portable Shaver with Smart Foil'. I use rechargeable batteries and they last ages.

    Hope this helps :)

    This is an excellent shaver. Dust a little baby powder (not too much, just a dust, wife uses a make-up brush on us). Every day or another does it; five minutes and we're done.

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    Ninja [sign in to see picture]
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    Loving the posts from WT. LOL.

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    Sarah 77 [sign in to see picture]
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    Yeh I know, absolutely hilarious!

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    WildThing [sign in to see picture]
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    Thank you Ninja and Sarah 77...... I'm happy to continue if people can give some razor / shaving related issues for me to spin :)

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    kate216 [sign in to see picture]
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    Oh god. Veet on sensitive places... I've been there. It's fine when the cream is on but then when you wash it off oh holy mother of christ it KILLS because the skin comes off and oh GOD. Never again will veet anywhere near the lady bits.

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    dh [sign in to see picture]
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    Reminded me of this...

    http://www.amazon.com/review/R2QP56S5P2DEGA/ref=cm_cr_pr_viewpnt/181-2217977-3380537#R2QP56S5P2DEGA

    real or not its pretty funny

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    capricorn13 [sign in to see picture]
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    Dh thanks for sharing the link. Hilarious

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    WildThing [sign in to see picture]
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    Hilarious Link DH.... even better than mine!!! :)

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    mrs.soft [sign in to see picture]
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    I use conditioner for shaving it leaves ur skin soft after and feels moisturised x

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    WildThing [sign in to see picture]
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    *** Urgent update on the use of non-mechanical lawn removers ***

    In a recent post, I was alerted to the term "bang tidy" to describe an aspect of feminine lawncare. In my humble position, I felt that I could not allow such a ridiculous proposal to go unanswered and wish to clarify the following points.

    The use of "bang" type explosive or incendiary devices to remove hair/grass from your 'lawn' is never a sensible idea. Previous posts have described the likely outcomes of using chemical heat-inducing hair removal techniques and the consensus amongst fellow bush cutters is that this is best avoided or left the professional lawn maintenance team. If used, the lawn may become scorched, resulting in intense patchiness and areas of charred grass... this may induce smoke/soot inhalation during closer visual inspection by a lawn care professional...

    There have been several instances of "lawn scorch", "lawn craters" and even more seriously... "tree trunk removal" (specifically in male gardens) where the "BANG - IT'S NOW TIDY" approach has been deployed.

    As we in the profession say.... "If in doubt, don't get it out"..... Happy grass cutting folks....

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    Sarah 77 [sign in to see picture]
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    OMG!! (sits here like a right muppet actually laughing out loud to myself)

    Nice one WT, very funny indeed!

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    WildThing [sign in to see picture]
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    *** Beams with pride at the knowledge shared and tree-trunks saved ***

    Honestly..... over the years I've seen many a glorious trunk chemically or explosively removed from gardens...... such a tragic waste! :)

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    Sarah 77 [sign in to see picture]
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    Ha ha, that was one of the parts that made me laugh out loud. Brilliant!

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