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Best product for shaving legs?

(15 Posts)
witchhazelblue Wed 28-Sep-16 13:05:48

I have sensitive skin on my legs and find that shaving with normal shower gel makes my skin break out in tiny red pimples. I tried Somersets shaving oil to see if that made a difference but it didn't. Are there any products that might do a better job?

BeMorePanda Wed 28-Sep-16 13:07:31

I don't see how you can beat using a Natural/non chemical conditioner for shaving

Indecisivejo Wed 28-Sep-16 13:26:28

100% aqueous cream

JaneJeffer Wed 28-Sep-16 13:55:27

I use Johnson's top to toe bath.

niminypiminy Wed 28-Sep-16 14:38:34

Conditioner - cheapo stuff is fine.

MinnowAndTheBear Wed 28-Sep-16 14:41:18

I use conditioner too.

Dulcimena Wed 28-Sep-16 14:43:34

Conditioner and a fresh blade.

SquirrelPaws Wed 28-Sep-16 15:31:53

Gillette Mach 3 razor and Tesco sensitive shave gel, from the men's section. Anything else leaves me so itchy that I scratch until my legs bleed.

Believeitornot Wed 28-Sep-16 15:36:51

Don't moisturise after shaving

Moisturise before shaving. Works a treat.

Get some non perfumed oil from the health food shop, use that pre shave. Then shave with mens shaving gel.

StrawberryandCreamPips Wed 28-Sep-16 15:37:37

Lush Prince - discovered several years ago and no going back, only thing I've used that doesn't make my legs (or armpits or bikini zone) feel like sandpaper afterwards.

MitzyLeFrouf Wed 28-Sep-16 16:02:06

Any kind of oil.

MitzyLeFrouf Wed 28-Sep-16 16:02:37

Aside from Castrol GTX obv.

MrsT2007 Wed 28-Sep-16 16:46:39

Nivea or Superdrug in shower moisturiser is excellent

MoonlightMojitos Wed 28-Sep-16 17:37:29

This might sound silly so forgive me but I always used to get this if I shaved in the shower when it's cold weather and I finally realised last winter that it's because I'm a little goose-bumpy so that was what was causing the rash so in the colder weather now I have to shave in a bath/put plug in shower and submerge a bit first to warm them up! I'm fine if I do that. Worth a go?

CMOTDibbler Wed 28-Sep-16 17:38:20

I use hair conditioner and it works beautifully

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