Coochy Rash-Free Shave Creme, Original 1oz. - sensual bath by Classic Erotica - review by Eden C.

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Best Bet for Sensitive Skin

Coochie Cream is your best bet for a rash-free (or at least minimally itchy) shave. If you want a smooth pubic area but your skin is very sensitive, Coochie Cream is a lifesaver.
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Pros:
Protects sensitive skin.
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Container
Rating by reviewer:
5
extremely useful review
First, let me explain the war I have been waging on my pubic hair. I have incredibly sensitive skin; I think it likes to develop rashes just because it can. My skin sometimes reacts adversely to aloe. I first tried shaving with a basic shaving foam from a drugstore, which resulted horrifying razor burn. I tried waxing, which was very, very, very painful, and it drew blood. I tried laser hair removal, but the pigment in my pubic hair is apparently too red for the laser to detect. I decided that, despite current fashions regarding pubic fashion, a healthy bush was more attractive than a terrible rash (seriously, it looked like I had been wearing panties made from fire ants). No matter what I tried, it looked like I had tried to shave with a dull butter knife using poison ivy soap. Anyway, I'm trying to say that my skin is just about as sensitive as it gets.

Then I started doing nude modeling, so I was forced to try to remove my pubes. I tried Coochy Cream, and now I am finally able to go bare down there! I won't lie to you, I still did have some rash, but it can be reduced to 1 or 2 tiny red bumps by going commando and using baby oil and cornstarch-based baby powder after shaving. It contains ingredients like allantoin and imidazolidinyl urea, which soothe the skin, and jojoba oil, which mimics the consistency of human skin oil and replaces any lost moisture.

Coochy Cream has a unique consistency. Unlike traditional canned shaving creams, which are basically irritant soup, with harsh fragrances, detergents, and air pollutants like hydrocarbons, Coochy Cream is a lot like conditioner (with ingredients commonly found in conditioners, like steralkonium chloride and panthenol, a provitamin of B5). In fact, for best results, leave Coochy Cream on the hair for a few minutes to soften the hair before shaving (I shave other areas, like my legs and underarms, while I am waiting). Rinse again with warm to hot water, re-apply, and then shave. The conditioning properties are especially useful if you plan to leave some hair behind (e.g. if you are going for a "landing strip" or simply cleaning up the edges) as the hair will be soft, not coarse and pointy. I bought the fragrance-free formula because I would not dare bring scented products within a mile of my vengeful skin and was very satisfied; it basically smelled like an unscented conditioner.

Coochy Cream is 100% vegan, has no artificial ingredients, and was never tested on animals (so it is completely morally unobjectionable).

Coochy Cream is so slippery that it is difficult to pull the skin taut when a close shave is needed, however, I think that is unavoidable as it has to lubricate the razor. However, the consistency is thin enough that it will not clog your razor, so don't worry about that!

My only other complaint is that the pump dispenser on my bottle got blocked so I had to unscrew the top and pour it out into my hand. Though, that's really how pump dispensers generally go.
Follow-up commentary
I still use this to shave "down there" and I don't think I will ever use anything else! It's still the best shaving lotion in my book!
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    • Bath / shower
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    • All over body
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  • Purpleladybug
    Thanks for the review!!
  • Vaccinium
    Great review. I'm glad it works well for you.
  • Maiden
    Great review!

    I've never seen this type of the Coochie Cream. The other more common type is full of artificial stuff, as well as parabens. This is the only bit that concerns me a bit about your review, because when I click on the over view for the product it doesn't list the ingredients. I would have liked to see you list the ingredients on your bottle so I could compare them to my bottle. If this company truly does make one without parabens, I would love to have it instead!
  • Eden C.
    Yeah, there are typos in some of the ingredients lists on EF. It looks like there are some parabens, although they are pretty far down the list. Here they are:

    Water, Cetrimonum Bromide, Cetyl Alcohol, Stearyl Alcohol, Hydroxyethylcellulose, Glyceryl Stearate, PEG 1000 Stearate, PEG-60 Lanolin, Jojoba Seed Oil, Methylparaben, Propylparaben, Hydrolyzed Hair Keratin, Panthenol, Allantoin, Diazolidinyl Urea.

    I can tell you that I really like this stuff, but if you are worried about parabens, then this stuff probably isn't for you.
  • Maiden
    I really like this stuff, parabens or not, but it was your statement that it had no artificial ingredients that concerned me. Making a statement like that may lead people to believe that there is nothing harmful in it, especially since you talked so much about your sensitive skin.

    Trust me, I'm not trying to nit pick here, I really liked your review! I don't think it necessary to include an entire ingredient list in your review, but when I saw your statement "no artificial ingredients" it definitely made me want to check the product page. I thought that maybe the company came out with a different formula that was paraben free. I'm not extremely sensitive to parabens, but I am like you and very sensitive, especially "down there". I just wanted clarification, because if they were making a paraben free product I would rather have that one!
  • Eden C.
    Thanks! It definitely says "No Artificial Ingredients" on the bottle somewhere, but I guess that's wrong. Thanks for pointing it out!
  • The Curious Couple
    Great review, thanks!
  • Eden C.
    Thanks!
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