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    Hi, well this is embarrassing but I have quite a hairy bum especially in the crack. I am a 18 year old man who hasn't been to any places that offers to do this sort of procedure. Can anyone help with my situation or give me any tips. It's been a huge pain in the ass, no pun intended.

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    a lot of guys get waxed for charity... your local beauty salon might do you for free if it is for a good cause.

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    a lot of guys get waxed for charity... your local beauty salon might do you for free if it is for a good cause.

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    Thanks mate, I'll definitely look into it!
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    Thanks mate, I'll definitely look into it!
    Good Luck !!
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    Fellow hairy crack brah checking in.
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    (Original post by MrAnnoymous)
    Hi, well this is embarrassing but I have quite a hairy bum especially in the crack. I am a 18 year old man who hasn't been to any places that offers to do this sort of procedure. Can anyone help with my situation or give me any tips. It's been a huge pain in the ass, no pun intended.

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    Hair removal cream. You can buy ladies ones (they work for men too, surprisingly! ), don't be fooled into buying the more expensive ones 'especially for men'. I'd recommend a sensitive skin one for that area, and for the love of god do not put it directly on the hole.

    One of my ex's veeted his bum & crack once for a laugh and actually quite liked the result so... It could work for you, too. Much cheaper than waxing (and MUCH less painful), plus it's something you can do in the privacy of your home, if you have the time.
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    (Original post by Leighcakes)
    Hair removal cream. You can buy ladies ones (they work for men too, surprisingly! ), don't be fooled into buying the more expensive ones 'especially for men'. I'd recommend a sensitive skin one for that area, and for the love of god do not put it directly on the hole.

    One of my ex's veeted his bum & crack once for a laugh and actually quite liked the result so... It could work for you, too. Much cheaper than waxing (and MUCH less painful), plus it's something you can do in the privacy of your home, if you have the time.
    Does the hair just come out painlessly?
    Also does lack of hair in the crack region effect the ability to excrete? I remember reading about friction or something making it harder to go to the toilet.
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    (Original post by UKBrah)
    Does the hair just come out painlessly?
    Also does lack of hair in the crack region effect the ability to excrete? I remember reading about friction or something making it harder to go to the toilet.
    Yeah. It just falls out when you scrape/rinse (your choice ) the cream off. You might feel a little tingling/itching sensation but it's painless. ...Unless you have an allergic reaction. Then get it off ASAP. :|

    And haha I don't think so! That sounds like a load of crap to me. Excuse the pun.
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    (Original post by Leighcakes)
    Yeah. It just falls out when you scrape/rinse (your choice ) the cream off. You might feel a little tingling/itching sensation but it's painless. ...Unless you have an allergic reaction. Then get it off ASAP. :|

    And haha I don't think so! That sounds like a load of crap to me. Excuse the pun.
    ok and does it grow back quick? Does this cream work in the pubic area?
    If so it'd make my trimmer redundant :cool:
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    (Original post by UKBrah)
    ok and does it grow back quick? Does this cream work in the pubic area?
    If so it'd make my trimmer redundant :cool:
    It does, yeah. But... be wary of sensitive areas. It will kill you.
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    (Original post by UKBrah)
    Does the hair just come out painlessly?
    Also does lack of hair in the crack region effect the ability to excrete? I remember reading about friction or something making it harder to go to the toilet.
    The hair doesn't exactly fall out. It comes off, but the hair beneath the skin is still there unlike waxing, where the whole hair is pulled out. This leaves it less smooth than waxing, and the hair will grow back a lot faster.
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    (Original post by Leighcakes)
    It does, yeah. But... be wary of sensitive areas. It will kill you.
    verrrrrrrrry careful


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    (Original post by Leighcakes)
    It does, yeah. But... be wary of sensitive areas. It will kill you.
    It will kill me literally, or it'll be really painfull?

    i dont like this cream
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    Waxing at the bum...

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    (Original post by UKBrah)
    It will kill me literally, or it'll be really painfull?

    i dont like this cream
    It will sting a lot. The same sort of pain as getting chili in your eyes. :eek:

    But it's worth it! There's advantages and disadvantages to both.

    Waxing:
    + Tears the hair straight from the root, so it takes longer to grow back.
    + Smoother result.
    + If done by a professional, a more consistent result.
    - Hurts like high hell.
    - Expensive in places.
    - Bad for sensitive skin - can turn skin rashy and delicate.

    Hair Removal Cream:
    + Can be done in privacy of own home
    + Less painful if done correctly
    + A lot cheaper
    + More easily available (no need to book appointments etc)
    - If in the wrong area, it will hurt. A lot.
    - Inconsistant (patchy) if not applied correctly.
    - Potential allergic reactions. Test it!
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    (Original post by Leighcakes)
    It will sting a lot. The same sort of pain as getting chili in your eyes. :eek:

    But it's worth it! There's advantages and disadvantages to both.

    Waxing:
    + Tears the hair straight from the root, so it takes longer to grow back.
    + Smoother result.
    + If done by a professional, a more consistent result.
    - Hurts like high hell.
    - Expensive in places.
    - Bad for sensitive skin - can turn skin rashy and delicate.

    Hair Removal Cream:
    + Can be done in privacy of own home
    + Less painful if done correctly
    + A lot cheaper
    + More easily available (no need to book appointments etc)
    - If in the wrong area, it will hurt. A lot.
    - Inconsistant (patchy) if not applied correctly.
    - Potential allergic reactions. Test it!
    Cream it is.
 
 
 
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