Best shaving cream to prevent irritation?

Contributor: EnChAnTiNg EnChAnTiNg
I have very sensitive skin, and quite often my skin gets very irritated after I shave, especially in the bikini area. I have been using Neosporin to shave (sounds crazy, but it works), but it is pretty expensive to keep buying it. Any suggestions or tricks to prevent shaving irritation?
01/23/2012
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01/23/2012
Contributor: Jul!a Jul!a
I've heard pretty great things about Coochy for shaving, although I don't have tremendously sensitive skin so I'm not sure that my opinion matters much on that.
01/24/2012
Contributor: Beck Beck
Have you tried cheaper versions of Neosporin, like equate(walmart brand) or anything else that is the cheaper generic version? They are just about the same and if it works for you then, it is best to stick with what you know.

The Coochy is good for my bikini area, but I have super sensitive skin on my legs and it breaks my legs out. Have you ever tried lotion? I use to shave using my Cocoa butter lotion, it helps too.
01/24/2012
Contributor: Ansley Ansley
I use regular hair conditioner. I've never had a problem. I use it on the vag and my legs. I let it sit for a minute or two before I start shaving. I've found the key to preventing irritation is to have an awesome razor (I use razors designed for men, with four blades) and let the hair get plump with moisture before attacking it. Pulling the skin taught also helps quite a bit.

I would be very careful with using Neosporin for shaving. I know the porn stars recommend it, but it's an anti-bacterial medication and the bacteria in that area is there for a reason and needs to remain there.
01/24/2012
Contributor: EnChAnTiNg EnChAnTiNg
Thanks everyone, I will try the cocoa butter and the conditioner.
01/24/2012