Hair Removal

Hair Removal

Yoda Yoda
My wife and I have recently been looking for an affordable, non-irritating, and relatively less-painful-than-othe rs method of hair removal for the genital and bikini area. Can anyone suggest a decent method or product for us to consider?
07/28/2010
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TitsMcScandal TitsMcScandal
There is this powder called 'Magic Shave' that works wonders. It is cheap and can be found at most walgreens/cvs/rite-aid /etc. It comes in a gold container. You mix it with water, put it on your area, wait a bit, then wipe away. The only down side is the smell. It reeks. But it works wonders and I've never heard of anyone ever having an allergic reaction to it either.
08/11/2010
Hot'n'Bothered Hot'n'Bothered
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Originally posted by TitsMcScandal
There is this powder called 'Magic Shave' that works wonders. It is cheap and can be found at most walgreens/cvs/rite-aid /etc. It comes in a gold container. You mix it with water, put it on your area, wait a bit, then wipe away. The only ...
Does it burn at all? I've heard a lot of good things about this but have never been brave enough to try.
08/21/2010
Peaches2000 Peaches2000
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Originally posted by TitsMcScandal
There is this powder called 'Magic Shave' that works wonders. It is cheap and can be found at most walgreens/cvs/rite-aid /etc. It comes in a gold container. You mix it with water, put it on your area, wait a bit, then wipe away. The only ...
This stuff sounds great! Worth giving a try...
04/18/2012
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