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Ladies, Please Help A Bikini Hair Sister

Hello Eya, my name is Becky, am 27 years old. i have been reading your blog for sometimes now. please i want know the best product or cream to use for bikini area, i know it sounds awkward.but i am not really comfortable with the cream am using, i use veet hair removal cream for sensitive skin, and before
one week the hair grows back again. i cant even apply to some areas around the v-part, because i feel a  pepperish   pain whenever i apply on such area. after some days i also notice some bumps. so please i want to know the best product or cream to use for a sensitive skin like mine, i heard about waxing,epilator and laser hair removal product but i dont know how or where to get the product, the dos and dont, possible side effect and how effective they can be. i dont know any dermatologist either.  thanks. as i await postive response.

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  1. If Shaving creams do not work for you, maybe you use a new shaving stick each time and make sure you wipe with cotton wool dabbed in methylated spirit. You can shave once every weekend.

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    1. wipe *immediately* after shaving.

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  2. You can get it waxed- that lasts a lot longer. I'm not sure how much that'll cost but you can Google it, there should be home-waxing kits you can use.... hopefully.

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  3. Waxing lasts a lot longer. Its painful but most women tend to wax once every 3 to 4 weeks. A lot of spas and beauty shops in Lagos provide this service and the price ranges wildly- some home attendants charge as low as n4k while some others such as b natural spa charge n10k or so. There are also home made waxes (honey based) and chemical waxes.

    www.pynk360.com

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  4. Waxing is best for that area. Pls don't use veet for your private area.

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  5. Anonymous7/27/2015

    I use all clear for that area n I don't get the peppery sting... Maybe u should try it too, it's just #550

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