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  • Stop shaving... use nair
  • Get waxed instead.
  • If you have to shave use baby oil to do it. It softens the hairs and leaves the skin soft and moisturized afterwards.
  • don't SHAVE your bikini line WAX it!!
  • ive tried nair, waxing, shaving.... i always get a rash. any suggestions?
  • Intuition razors are the best. http://www.schickintuition.com/
  • Use a Seiko personal shaver.
  • How about Veet with that fake razor thingy?
  • there is this blue gel with little blue balls in it, i think its called bikini zone...u rub it on ur bikini line before you shave, works really well to prevent rashes...=) there is also one thats pink gel that prevents irritation..u can try that too.
  • OUCH! wax is where its at. that way the hair doesn't grow back so coarse and dark too!
  • This works for me. Take about 5 or 6 aspirin and put it in a cup with just enough hot water to dissolve them into a paste. Right after shaving, apply the paste to the bikini line and leave it on for 30 seconds. Rinse it off with lukewarm water and it should help you considerably. It helped me as good as Bikini Zone did.
  • Use lotion to shave instead of shaving cream or soap.It lubricates more I suppose, so it doesn't hurt the skin while shaving and it mosturizes the skin after wards.
  • I shave my legs and underarm. I wax my bikini area. I prefer waxing to shaving due to the irritation you get when shaving. I now have no hair in the bikini area. SOOO much sexier. Go to http://www.sexy-clothes-cafe.com/sexytips.html for some good tips on shaving and waxing. I hope this will help you.
  • What I've heard is you can shave downward because that is the way the hair grows and you get less irritated rashes. I used to shave upwards, but now I shave downwards for my bikini line.
  • baby oil is a good option- it prevents irritation of the skin and leaves the area feeling really soft.
  • Well by the sounds of it, I'm just doing everything all wrong! lol jk But it works for me; I shave my bikini line last while in a hot shower-with soap-upward strokes and all! And I never get razor burn/shaving rash. Humm....maybe I'm the only one?
  • iv tried all the hair removal creams such as Nair but i have very sensitive skin so i always come out in an allergic reaction to the cream.i had a brazilian wax(which removes all the hair)its not as bad as everyone makes out,im a baby when it comes to pain and i didnt find it 2 bad.however i pluk now-it takes a while but it looks really good after.its same result as waxing but im getting it done for free.if u have to shave though id suggest using hair conditioner-i use this on my legs it works great i rarely ever get a shaving rash anymore.good luck
  • iv tried all the hair removal creams such as Nair but i have very sensitive skin so i always come out in an allergic reaction to the cream.i had a brazilian wax(which removes all the hair)its not as bad as everyone makes out,im a baby when it comes to pain and i didnt find it 2 bad.however i pluk now-it takes a while but it looks really good after.its same result as waxing but im getting it done for free.if u have to shave though id suggest using hair conditioner-i use this on my legs it works great i rarely ever get a shaving rash anymore.good luck
  • I avoid it all together by waxing instead of shaving :)
  • Use a good shaving cream with grapeseed oil in it.
  • You can use a hair inhibitor cream to make your hair grow back more slowly and finer and then you'll be less likely to get a rash and you won't have to shave as often either. KALO is a good one and it's made from natural ingredients which is always a bonus.
  • Try scrubbing yr bikini line with an antibacterial wash pre an post shaving. The bikini line is an ideal place for bacteria to lurk an when you shave with a razor you get hundreds of microscopic cuts to the area an bacteria pounce! I cant use creams or anything like that because i have sensitive skin, but i find this helps to prevent nasty rashes developing.
  • Shave with the hair, not against it. Use a brand new blade every other time or so.

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