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Why do i have bumps on my vagina after i shave?

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Well, there's nothing I love more than a shaved vagina, so I did a little research for you. First of all, it's good to be sure the pubic area is soft and smooth by soaking in a hot bath for a few minutes. It's not recommended that you use soap to shave with. There are certain shave creams made for sensitive skin and I would think the vagina is as sensitive as you can get. Try "The Art of Shaving" unscented shave cream for women. Also, use a new multi-blade razor with a pivoting head and moisturizing strip. A pivoting head and moist vagina are crutial. NOW, let the cream sit for a few minutes, then be sure to shave down with the grain to avoid in-grown hairs. Pull the skin of the mons pubis tight with one hand (the tighter the vagina the better) and shave down without applying pressure. Be careful not to go over the same area too much. Then rinse the area with lots of warm water and apply some soft baby oil to reduce bumps and pimples. As a man I would like to thank you for shaving your vagina and here's a link to a short youtube video showing you how. Watch it!! http://youtu.be/TfA1o6uspXM

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BlastedRemnants

It can't be too much different from shaving a face, so I'm going to say that you're either not using enough/any shaving cream, you're shaving too fast, or your razor is dull and needs to be changed.

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phil_m99
Well well well - aren't you just not afeared to wade into any thread.
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BlastedRemnants
Hahaha, yeah I saw this one and had to say SOMEthing. And really, it can't be all that different, as far as the shaving's concerned.
By the way, did you see the detailed response totokaoz gave us? Wow, that's all I got, just wow.
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