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    (Original post by blinkbelle)
    Get a Seiko Clean Cut. Means you can be smooth and stubble free, but without shaving rash. It absolutely changed my life! I love mine! It is expensive but think about it as an investment.

    On the topic of what to use after - I used aloe vera gel and its a god send! xx
    Are you still selling the Seiko CC's putside the Charles Wilson, BB?! :awesome:
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    i hate shaving i've done it few times and it grows back stubbier and painful as it pertrudes the skin. can be very uncomfortable, takes about 3 days for this to happen and is not worth it. waxing is much better
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    (Original post by blinkbelle)
    Get a Seiko Clean Cut. Means you can be smooth and stubble free, but without shaving rash. It absolutely changed my life! I love mine! It is expensive but think about it as an investment.

    On the topic of what to use after - I used aloe vera gel and its a god send! xx
    Wow I just spotted this like 3 weeks later

    Haha there's no way I'm spending that much money :p: but good for you

    I kinda managed to sort it now anyway... I actually think I am quite lucky as naturally my hair downstairs is not excessive, and I have now managed to shave round the sides of the "mound" as it were (the hairs seem to be thinner/softer there, TMI im sorry) without it getting sore.

    On the topic of this thread, I'm quite happy shaving the lower part.. it doesn't cause soreness/rash and besides hair there would reasonably interfere with oral sex.
    However, I don't think I should have to put myself through skin rash or alternatively v expensive hair removal, balding the mound area in order to pander to somebody else's aesthetic ideal - when actually I prefer it curly :p: (and surely shaving rash is attractive to no-one).

    Guys who can't stand that I suppose will just have to avoid me :p: Each to their own.

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    (Original post by QwentyJ)
    Are you still selling the Seiko CC's putside the Charles Wilson, BB?! :awesome:
    What can I say, Seiko have paid for my higher education!
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    (Original post by blinkbelle)
    Get a Seiko Clean Cut. Means you can be smooth and stubble free, but without shaving rash. It absolutely changed my life! I love mine! It is expensive but think about it as an investment.

    On the topic of what to use after - I used aloe vera gel and its a god send! xx
    I've found the seiko to be rubbish but I think I've just got bad skin/stubborn hair as shaving rash is all too common for me so removal cream/wax has been my way forward
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    (Original post by iced_dragon_agility)
    I've found the seiko to be rubbish but I think I've just got bad skin/stubborn hair as shaving rash is all too common for me so removal cream/wax has been my way forward
    Seriously? Did you use it properly (with talc and the trimmer?) I found it to be a bit rash-y at first but nowhere as bad as usual shaving, and when I discovered aloe vera gel it's fine now! xx
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    (Original post by blinkbelle)
    What can I say, Seiko have paid for my higher education!
    Do they work on beards too? My razor has run out of batteries!
 
 
 
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