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 Post subject: Pain after butt shaving.
Unread postPosted: 9th March, 2017, 3:52 pm 
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So yesterday, I shaved my bum (cheeks and hole). Today, it hurts when I walk from the stubble rubbing. Any advice on how to prevent this pain, or will it just go away in time?


  
 
Unread postPosted: 9th March, 2017, 4:04 pm 
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Apply baby powder and next time use hair removal cream :err:


  
 
Unread postPosted: 9th March, 2017, 4:10 pm 
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Moisturise. Either apply water to the area and wash it fresh after shaving, or if you have any sort of moisturising cream, even better. You can often buy after-shaving moisturisers that work eveeeen betttter.


For now, you're going to have to just wet it from time to time (where possible, I appreciate it may be difficult). The pain is your hair growing back, and unfortunately will persist for a while whilst it does grow back. Simply moisturise where possible, and it should go with time. Just moisturise in future after shaving :P


  
 
Unread postPosted: 9th March, 2017, 5:48 pm 
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I for one would advise, in future, using a sensitive hair removal cream. Shaving can also irritate the skin and is what causes the hair to grow back as "stubble" and with a rough texture, hence the itching and pain.

As the others have said though, moisturise and try to grin and bear it in the meantime x


  
 
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