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de-hairing the bikini line

(9 Posts)
battleofthebulge Fri 03-Jul-09 13:24:50

Please could anyone give me some tips on how not to become itchy and/or spotty?

MrsFreedy Fri 03-Jul-09 14:01:29

You need to exfoliate everytime you have a bath or shower. I have a mitt that I use with shower gel and then use a body moisturiser. That's what I was adivsed and it has worked for me.

hatwoman Fri 03-Jul-09 14:03:33

what do you use? I use a cream and it doesn;t go itchy

notsohotchic Fri 03-Jul-09 14:09:43

yes are you talking bikini wax aftermath?

hifi Fri 03-Jul-09 14:25:44

dont shave it, have it waxed.

hatwoman Fri 03-Jul-09 18:53:41

winces at idea of shaving...cream or wax. if you're a wuss like me cream - takes 5 mins, you can do it yourself, it doesn't hurt and no itchiness.

battleofthebulge Sat 04-Jul-09 21:52:04

thanks for all the replies - I've tried cream and shaving with similar results...

I will try the exfoliating route! Anything to stop the 4 day knicker-hating (but one must wear knickers to work, unfortunately!)

PavlovtheForgetfulCat Sat 04-Jul-09 21:53:38

I pluck them out with tweezers blush, was time consuming first, but now its easier as I just pull them out as they grow back.

bramblebooks Sat 04-Jul-09 22:42:39

I get the tractor that does the school field to whizz around mine. Does the trick in half an hour.

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