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personally i just do the bikini line and trim around the actual bit because shaving just makes it itch
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thats what i would do personally
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thats what i would do personally
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how often do you do it? i've only starting doing this but before i used to shave every other day and lordddd it was itchy

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too much info but how do you remove the hair around the lips? and what electric shaver is safe to do use on the labia
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every couple of days and i don't know how to do the second bit
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every couple of days and i don't know how to do the second bit
what electric shaver do you use?
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i don't use electric, just a hand one as it is easier to handle
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i will insert a poll!

personally i just do the bikini line and trim around the actual bit because shaving just makes it itch
omg same! I don't do around the lips because I don't know how (I'm 14 btw) and also I don't really have anyone to show it to so I only do the first part because I do swimming and that's what people see . one time I shaved the whole thing and it itched soooo much I could wait until it grew back. it was terrible.
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omg same! I don't do around the lips because I don't know how (I'm 14 btw) and also I don't really have anyone to show it to so I only do the first part because I do swimming and that's what people see . one time I shaved the whole thing and it itched soooo much I could wait until it grew back. it was terrible.
I meant to put couldn't wait
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omg same! I don't do around the lips because I don't know how (I'm 14 btw) and also I don't really have anyone to show it to so I only do the first part because I do swimming and that's what people see . one time I shaved the whole thing and it itched soooo much I could wait until it grew back. it was terrible.
i don't shave anymore thank god i just use clippers to trim it so theres still hair
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i don't use electric, just a hand one as it is easier to handle
whats a hand shaver? you mean a razor??
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whats a hand shaver? you mean a razor??
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whats a hand shaver? you mean a razor??
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yeah
ohhh so you shave?? i hate shaving and it made me itchy so im looking to find clippers to trim it only

i would defo look into electric shavers cos apparently they dont even make u itch when you trim it
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i thought they meant clippers hahaa
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As long as you have a really good razor and plenty of sensitive shaving cream and moisturise after you should be fine
(sometimes I get shaving rash too if my razor needs changing or if I try shaving to hard or fast, or forget moustriser and sooo uncomfy!!! Aloe Vero gel really helps though!).

I uses this razor https://www.gillette.co.uk/fusion5-p.../12006467.html and I have got on with it alot better than the womans venus razors. Hope that helps.
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As long as you have a really good razor and plenty of sensitive shaving cream and moisturise after you should be fine
(sometimes I get shaving rash too if my razor needs changing or if I try shaving to hard or fast, or forget moustriser and sooo uncomfy!!! Aloe Vero gel really helps though!).

I uses this razor https://www.gillette.co.uk/fusion5-p.../12006467.html and I have got on with it alot better than the womans venus razors. Hope that helps.
i actually used that razor for so long!!! i think cos my hair is so thick it the itchiness is inevitable! so im looking to only trim now but i dont know what to use - could i use electric clippers for it? like on the labia aswell

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i actually used that razor for so long!!! i think cos my hair is so thick it the itchiness is inevitable! so im looking to only trim now but i dont know what to use - could i use electric clippers for it? like on the labia aswell

thanks xx
Never used a electric razor really interested in trying though as they look like they would be better for the skin Also using FemFresh stuff really helped me with shaving and shaving rash and bumps and swear it grew back abit slower when I was using it. Only thing is its not a very 'cool' brand and didn't like keeping it in the bathroom for people to see.
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I suggest use a mild hand cream instead of shaving cream. It helps a lot keeping the skin moisturized.
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Never used a electric razor really interested in trying though as they look like they would be better for the skin Also using FemFresh stuff really helped me with shaving and shaving rash and bumps and swear it grew back abit slower when I was using it. Only thing is its not a very 'cool' brand and didn't like keeping it in the bathroom for people to see.
yeah im defo going to get some clippers! they dont leave your part itchy or bumpy cos its not really shaving its keeping it neat and less bushy!! im not sure which trimmer to get though x
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Once you get married, never
(jk, you do it before going on your summer holidays)
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