[Ask a Girl] What is the best electric shaver for down there?

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  1. Godiva

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    I wanted to upgrade from razors and use an electric device, and was wondering what a good one was?

    Is there a shaver that you swear by? Please let us know! :)
     
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    Don't know cuz I need one too.Shaving bare with a regular one is just a little too harsh at times!
     
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    I've shaved with a lot of safety razors, but I have yet to find a "personal trimmer" type that worked well without having the danger of those teeth digging in some. I just use my safety razor in the shower and I'm fine.

    I'd try a Norelco or a Braun electric shaver if I had one, but IME those do not shave as close as a blade.
     
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    I use the Norelco personal shaver and I think its great
     
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    I used this too, and it is best if you shave. Be sure to prep properly using a scrub and thick shaving lotion or cream.

    I recommend the European wax method. It is pain-free and smooth for weeks!

    Good luck.
     
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    I reccomend one designed for mens faces. It is made to be gentle while still having a close shave. Also get one that can be a wet/dry shave. It works better when wet. Also try using conditioner much like shaving cream. If you feel you aren't getting a close enough shave, wait a couple of days (still using the trimmer) but make a point to exfoliate and use body CREAM. It will give your skin a bit of a break before trying razors again.
     
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    Thanks for the suggestions guys!
    Still mulling over it...No rush really. I have tried the conditioner trick with my razor!
    Any more suggestions out there?
     
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    well, the only time i've seen this done was in american wedding, lol. he used just regular clippers that a barber uses. i wouldn't suggest a straight metal clipper though, put a guard on. a 1 guard should be nice :)
     
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    I used a "man-scaping" (not the actual name) electric razor for years. It's by remington, cost about $40 in walmart. Then I used a different one by phillips.
    Idk for women but for guys, i recommend using regular razors by Gillette or wherever. Less cuts, less mess, cleaner shave.
     
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    laser hair removal :D
     
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    I have actually heard that the laser can be quite painful.
     
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    Not really, no.
     
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    I bought a Schick quattro... it was the first I ever saw for women. I liked it but now the little screws keep unscrewing and they are so tiny, I can't find a screwdriver small enough for them. Driving me crazy.
     
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    My wife once shaved herself completely smooth. She got a slight skin irritation and razor burn, so I applied my "miracle" aftershave balm: Trumper's Skin Food. It worked like magic (but it is expensive), and she smelled like roses afterward. :)

    I once shaved myself all over with my German straight razor. I wouldn't recommend it though. If I did, someone would probably sue me for making them cut their junk off :lol
     
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    I bought a Remington lady intimate shaver, does the job! *thumbs up yo!*
    Just lettin' y'all know.
     
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    All I can say is OUCH!

    If you can withstand the pain of an electric shaver, then maybe the skin down there isn't as sensitive as it used to be.

    Make sure to use lots of moisturizing lotion afterwards.