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    Matt1210 [sign in to see picture]
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    Super Saiyan

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    Throbinhood [sign in to see picture]
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    Turkey neck lol

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    SquirtyPanda [sign in to see picture]
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    Can any ladies here help me decide what shaving oil to get for shaving downstairs please. I'd value your opinions. Choices are these:

    http://www.lovehoney.co.uk/product.cfm?p=32911

    http://www.lovehoney.co.uk/product.cfm?p=32913

    http://www.lovehoney.co.uk/product.cfm?p=17921


    http://www.lovehoney.co.uk/product.cfm?p=19031

    The s.Hair products look like it could be a little processed where as the Earthly body products look more natural 🤔

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    SquirtyPanda [sign in to see picture]
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    Also, wold you bother with the S.Hair razor? what makes it better than normal razors?

    http://www.lovehoney.co.uk/product.cfm?p=32914

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    SquirtyPanda I have got the earthly duo and absolutely love it, cannot recommend enough.

    The cream is in a pump and a little goes a very long way. One pump will cover a leg easily.

    The oil is fab. It's in a little pipette so its easy to use, not messy, smells lovely and does leave greasy marks...wouldnt want to ruin those flirty panties now would we?!

    Best thing for me is the have tea tree in which is great at helping prevent and sooth and skin irritation. I have suffered with mild to servere eczema all my life too and I haven't once had any reaction to this.

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    SquirtyPanda [sign in to see picture]
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    NaughtyNerd wrote:

    SquirtyPanda I have got the earthly duo and absolutely love it, cannot recommend enough.

    The cream is in a pump and a little goes a very long way. One pump will cover a leg easily.

    The oil is fab. It's in a little pipette so its easy to use, not messy, smells lovely and does leave greasy marks...wouldnt want to ruin those flirty panties now would we?!

    Best thing for me is the have tea tree in which is great at helping prevent and sooth and skin irritation. I have suffered with mild to servere eczema all my life too and I haven't once had any reaction to this.

    thank you for replying. i thought no one would :(

    i am debating if whether to buy the duo or buy some coconut oil?

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    You're welcome SquirtyPanda.

    I love the stuff so will probably continue to get it. Although I do use coconut oil sometimes. You could try that and get a little bottle of tea tree to go with it.

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    NaughtyNerd wrote:

    You're welcome SquirtyPanda.

    I love the stuff so will probably continue to get it. Although I do use coconut oil sometimes. You could try that and get a little bottle of tea tree to go with it.

    i have tea tree oil. so you think to combine coconut oil with the tea tree oil ?

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    😂

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    NaughtyNerd [sign in to see picture]
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    Yeah just don't go crazy or your foo foo will smelly a little funky!!

    A couple of drops just help sooth your skin if you nick yourself or get a bit of shaving rash and help any lumps and bumps from ingrowing hairs.
    It's a natural antiseptic

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    I like to fully shave...so how do you use the tea tree oil to help with razor rash? Just rub some of the oil on the areas or.....? x

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    Haha there's a good job rubbing oil in to smooth the area 😏

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    Gentleman jack wrote:

    Haha there's a good job rubbing oil in to smooth the area 😏

    Not when you got an ingrown hair trying the oil anyway and seeing if it works x

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    Perron Rigot do a great scrub to help ingrown hairs plus some treatment creams, pricey but worth it. I get a hollywood done every so often so definitely need to take care down there. X

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    What's a Hollywood am curious 🤔

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    sugarcoating [sign in to see picture]
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    Hollywood is everything off, from the pubic to bum area. Not for everyone but I like it! Male equivalent would be a back, sac and crack wax lol x

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    sugarcoating wrote:

    Perron Rigot do a great scrub to help ingrown hairs plus some treatment creams, pricey but worth it. I get a hollywood done every so often so definitely need to take care down there. X

    I'll have a look at it :), so you have a wax? REally want to get one...is it worth it? and is it painful? kinda  a bit fed of shaving x

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    I am a Hollywood fan too, have been waxed for quite a few years now. It is worth it for me, I don't like the stubble effect from constant shaving, I have it done every 4/5 weeks. The hot wax method is the best for me.

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    AlyBlue for yourself perron rigot cirepil range would be great - try the double scrub I think they do minatures in waxing salons! I got tired of shaving aswell and I've invested in a lumea ipl machine (the joys of dark body hair) as you can use that while shaving, epilating and waxing.

    I find a hollywood wax is actually not bad in terms of pain, the bum part especially pain free. The hot wax used is much more gentle. Try a numbing gel 40 mins before your wax then reapply 10 mins before if you are sensitive. I like the look of a hollywood too, though during the regrowth stage it looks like a reverse Brazilian since a lot of hair has stopped growing!

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    Hmmm....really think I'm going to give this a go then :) Especially with summer coming up :). Any numbing gels you would recommend?

    Got a family friend who does hollywood wax...but feel weird going to her :/ Does it feel weird, like a little embarrassing the first time. But she is good at what she does. x

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