Girlie question, what to do for the bikini area for competition

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ffliwt

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Oct 5, 2008
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Yeah i'm always self concious about that too. Use shaving cream/foam i guess and moisturise (not straight after shaving!) and you can get creams/sprays etc. i have one called 'ingrown solution' which it supposed to stop ingrown hairs and red bumps after waxing/shaving. it hasn't solved the problem but does help
 
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CoachGoofy

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Tweezers?

(not being sarcastic. I was a bit obsessive compulsive when I competed). Otherwise, a fresh razor and LOTS of foam.
 

ffliwt

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I might ACTUALLY try tweezers xD
Though if you think about it... it may be very noticable to you but trust me, no-ones looking there!!
 

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Waxing is great but there is a time with it that the hair is growing back and is too short to wax yet.Here is a page of helpful hints about shaving. We all just shave without a thought to how to do it. Maybe some of the points will help you.

How to Get Rid of Razor Bumps in the Pubic Area | eHow.com
 
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CreateMagic

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Paula's Choice makes a product called "Skin Relief Treatment" that works pretty well to help with the bumps, and I've also found that using a really good shave cream makes a world of difference.
 
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If you are against waxing something I used to do is shave and then after apply Arrid XXX dry deo. It would place a barrier and the red bumps wouldn't happen. I hope this helps.
 
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