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    Hello All,

    Could you please suggest some good creams and lotions to remove pubic hair for both men and women?

    thanks..

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    USE HIPHOP HAIR REMOVER CREAM AVAILABLE AT ALL LEADING MEDICAL AND COSMETICS SHOP.

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    Creams may contain chemicals which may be bad for sensitive skin on pubic region.
    U might want to try alternate methods like shaving or scissors etc

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    Try veet. It has option for pubic hair removal

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    don't use creams...
    use some shaving machines...like trimmer, etc.

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    thanks everyone for your time and suggestions..

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    Quote Originally Posted by lifeishell View Post
    don't use creams...
    use some shaving machines...like trimmer, etc.
    women cannot shave all the time, so better go for creams or permanent hair removal method.

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    If you tend to worry about what is known as the ‘bikini line’, or hair that peeks out of underwear and bikini bottoms, then at some point you will probably want to remove some pubic hair.

    Hair on the bikini line is not exactly leg hair. It is a continuation of pubic hair and it is curlier and coarser than hair anywhere else on the body. As you likely already know, it can be a pain (literally!) to get rid of. Since the pubic area has delicate skin, some methods temporarily irritate skin. The good news is that there are a number of effective techniques:

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    Wishing To Wax?

    Once it is at least 1/4″ long, you can remove your pubic hair with wax. Even though waxing may be a little painful and it will likely leave your skin red and puffy for a couple of hours, it’s certainly worth it! Waxing is one of the best methods – since it’s inexpensive, results last a few weeks and hair grows back softer and sparser. You can go for a Bikini, Brazilian or Hollywood Wax … or try all three!
    Seeking A Shave?


    Shaving is a popular way to remove pubic hair because it is quick, pain-free, and inexpensive. You never have to wait for hair to reach a certain length, so you can always be “clean shaven.” Shaving can create painful bumps however, and the stubble that grows back may become itchy if the skin rubs against underwear. You also run the risk of little cuts and nicks, which generally fester for longer in the pubic area, thanks to the warm, dampish conditions. Shaving has to be done quite often (every day or every few days) which isn’t everyone’s cup of tea.


    Depilatories


    If you are going to use hair removal creams or depilatories, make sure you use ones especially designed for pubic hair removal and follow directions precisely. Because the chemicals in these creams are fairly harsh, in most cases you cannot use them to give yourself a Brazilian – you have to be content with your bikini line. Nevertheless, the results last longer than shaving and skin is generally smoother. Hair removal creams are almost as cheap as shaving, and do not take much time to use. Hair grows back soft, so you won’t be driven crazy by stubble. On the other hand, you will need to do a patch test. Unfortunately, some people find that the chemicals in these products leave their skin very irritated.

    The best pubic hair removal cream on the market has got to be ‘Revitol’. Unlike other hair removal creams it has a built in hair inhibitor to slow regrowth. I really like this product and have found it very effective and didn’t cause any irritation.
    Elite Electrolysis Experimenter?


    Electrolysis is the way to go if you want to remove unwanted hair permanently. It is relatively expensive, and can be time consuming and painful. But who can argue with permanent? You can either go to a salon or spa to get this done, but some home electrolysis kits may offer similar results too.
    Permanent Laser Treatment


    Like with electrolysis, laser hair removal treatments are best performed by a professional. It is also somewhat expensive, time-consuming – but possibly permanent. Many salons will not allow extensive removal using a laser, so you may be only able to tidy your bikini line using this method.
    Selecting Sugaring?


    Sugaring works much like waxing, since hair is pulled out at the root. It’s a little easier to clean up than waxing though, and it’s inexpensive too. Results last a few weeks and although your skin may become temporarily irritated, don’t worry: there are ways to deal with this!
    Pubic Hair Removal – Scissors


    If you are comfortable with a partial removal, and just want it a bit neater, trimming pubic hair is an option. You can use either small scissors or an electric hair trimmer. In many cases, it is helpful to trim before attempting any of the above hair removal treatments. Results of a trim last anywhere from a week to a few weeks, depending on how fast your hair grows.

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