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Please.. I just want to be smooth. I'll do anything!

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kaminski93
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Please.. I just want to be smooth. I'll do anything!

Postby kaminski93 » Thu Jun 29, 2017 1:03 pm

First off, I've read some of the other posts on this form and I wanted to congratulate everyone for being so amazing, diverse, and strong. All of you seem like such genuine people and to those who give advice and support - thank you so much.

I made an account and posted once before stating that I was having some really bad issues with razor burn and I needed some advice. Now, I've realized that it's not the shaving that I am struggling with. I've tried hair removal creams like Nair which seem to work well for me. 8. Am get nice and smooth for a couple days and they don't really irritate my skin or give me rashes unless I use them foolishly. But no matter what I do.. shave or cream. 8 always get terrible red bumps when my hair begins to grow back. I think these ingrown hairs are also referred to as razor burn. (Even though I haven't put a razor up to my body)

I want so badly to be smooth without the tyranny of the red bumps. It's painful, unsightly, and extremely depressing. I have tried exfoliating and applying moisturizing lotion with aloe but it never helps. I did try bump stopper once, but I didn't really notice much difference so I never bought it again. Additionally, this can be a problem in multiple areas for me and those little jars of bump stopper are awfully small.

This has always been the biggest challenge for me. I am white and have thick mean hair that is prone to becoming ingrown. I need additional suggestions or at least a very fucking clear regimen/instructions of how to exfoliate and moisturizer. When, what, etc. I feel like I'm doing something wrong because I have so much troubles. But is it just possible that my body is going to refuse to let me crosssdress?!

Thanks so much for all the help and advice. :)

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Re: Please.. I just want to be smooth. I'll do anything!

Postby kaminski93 » Thu Jun 29, 2017 1:05 pm

P.S. Please include tips for prevention as well as treatment.

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JenniferG
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Re: Please.. I just want to be smooth. I'll do anything!

Postby JenniferG » Mon Aug 07, 2017 2:13 pm

I get in the bath. Warm my skin up that way and shave every part of my body.

If I don't do that, I get rashes too.

My only suggestion, sorry.
I've been cross dressing all my life...it's very much part of me. And I don't give a damn who knows! Haha.

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Re: Please.. I just want to be smooth. I'll do anything!

Postby DebbieT » Mon Aug 07, 2017 2:40 pm

I'd suggest a salon wax by a professional.

A good one will finish off with an Aloe gel that should prevent the ingrown hairs. After several treatments, the hairs become much finer, too.

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