Razor Burn After Shaving REALLY Sensitive areas

Razor Burn After Shaving REALLY Sensitive areas

redmango redmango
Does anyone out there sell a product that works well with preventing razor burn for the more sensitive areas?
04/14/2013
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Rossie Rossie
I don't have any suggestions on products that help prevent razor burns, but I'd recommend using Aloe Vera gel to treat razor burns. It reduces swelling, calms irritation, and acts as a protective barrier to keep infections away while your skin heals.
04/14/2013
Lioncub Lioncub
I use the Shick Intuition razor and have not had a problem with razor burn since starting to use it.
04/14/2013
.kaycat .kaycat
I hate Nair, now that's pain !
04/14/2013
captainsgirl captainsgirl
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Originally posted by redmango
Does anyone out there sell a product that works well with preventing razor burn for the more sensitive areas?
i wish i could find one. ive tried a bunch
04/14/2013
Zombirella Zombirella
I swear by Coochy shave cream. It's the ONLY stuff I'll shave "down there" with. I haven't got razor burn since I started using it. For legs and armpits, look for something that says sensitive skin, fragrance free and even dye free if possible. I love Gillette Satin Care sensitive skin fragrance free. I use Noxzema disposable razors, the ones with three blades.
04/14/2013
Ryanne Ryanne
I use a 5 blade man's razor with coochy and don't really have an issue
04/14/2013
Gunsmoke Gunsmoke
I use hair conditioner instead of shaving cream - it pretty much eliminates razor burn - although I still get the occasional ingrown hair - ouch!
04/14/2013
sunkissedJess sunkissedJess
I also use Coochy Creme and I have had issues. I swear by that stuff! I'm just hoping Eden brings it back in stock.
04/15/2013
Kitka Kitka
Quote:
Originally posted by Gunsmoke
I use hair conditioner instead of shaving cream - it pretty much eliminates razor burn - although I still get the occasional ingrown hair - ouch!
Same here, hair conditioner works better than any shaving creams or foam I've tried in the past.
04/15/2013
Ryuson Ryuson
The other Coochy products, the protection spray and powder, both help. While it's not perfect, they really help, especially that first day when you're all tender!
04/15/2013
ShadowedSeductress ShadowedSeductress
There's a product called "Tend Skin" that I've heard great things about. It's a little pricey, but I'm sure it's worth it. I've been meaning to get some but I'd have to order it online since no where around me sells it.
04/15/2013
married with children married with children
I just use lather from my body soap and a cheap razor. It seems for work for me. Not sure what products will work to help you with razor burn.
04/15/2013
KinkyKatieJames KinkyKatieJames
I learned some tips online from a woman who used to be a stripper: exfoliate before shaving, use baby oil on the hair to soften before shaving, use a men's razor and shaving cream, some sort sort of product to close the pores (I like Coochy after shave), and then coat the skin with unscented deodorant.

I have been following this process for awhile and it has definitely helped improve my skin.
04/15/2013
LilVBWifey LilVBWifey
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Originally posted by redmango
Does anyone out there sell a product that works well with preventing razor burn for the more sensitive areas?
I use tea tree oil and it works like a charm I also sanitize my razor with rubbing alcohol before going at it with my nether regions! hope this helps, razor burn is literally a pain especially when it is hot out!!
04/15/2013
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