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Old 07-13-2011, 11:42 PM
NeonKaos NeonKaos is offline
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I use something called "Anti-Bumps Shave Gel". It's made especially for the bikini area, but it works on any part of the body of course.
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Old 07-13-2011, 11:56 PM
TruckerPete TruckerPete is offline
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I use a trimmer that's made for sideburns and whatnot. Works well. I find that the cut edge of those hairs doesn't bother me at all. Like you, if I shave, it's absolute agony when growing back in. Itchy beyond belief!

For lube, I go with Slippery Stuff. There's a big bottle they make, it comes with a pump top. It feels a little ridiculous at first, sure, but the pump top saves time and is easier to manage in the ... heat of the moment than any kind of cap. I buy locally from a sex shop on the university campus I work on, because they sell at cost. Big bottle runs around sixteen bucks. I would try eBay. I've had good luck with buying sexy things on eBay. Cheap and discrete.

Actually, if you have any sex shops around, you may want to go try some lubes. It's difficult to tell what something will be like in the store, but they'll often have single use sample packs that you can buy. Find out what you like. Then go find it cheaper somewhere else!
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Old 07-14-2011, 07:41 PM
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Better not to use any soap down there, actually. At the very least, don't use anything with fragrance anywhere near your vagina and especially inside the lips. That's a no-no! Also, wait a day after shaving before having sex. The act of shaving is probably breaking some skin and allowing for bacteria from sweat to irritate the area.
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