Tips And Hints For Removing Unwanted Body Hair

* Hair removal & shaving sounds simple enough
* However achieving smooth bare skin is often neither easy nor cheap
* Often there is pain, nicks, cuts, red bumps and ingrown hairs
* Some hair removal methods do not work
* Some methods are harmful to skin and very expensive

But we can help if you read our hair removal and shaving blog

In our blog below we inform and offer professional advice on safe hair removal, pubic shaving, and body grooming. 
We also want to disprove some of the persistent urban legends and old wives tales concerning shaving and skin care.
Scroll down for helpful how to topics, thoughtful advice and hair removal information 

Equally important, we will shine a light on some not so safe hair removal methods that salons and TV adverts insist that you "must" have.

Please don't be shy to add your opinions, questions or personal experiences about any hair removal experiences.

Hair Removal Mistakes

Posted by Shorne on 8/17/2016 to Body Care

Does IPL work?

Posted by Shorne on 8/13/2016 to Body Care
Does IPL Hair Removal Work?
What needs to be recognized from the start is that no laser or IPL procedure
removes hair permanently is often claimed. Lawyers allow them to say however their device may "permanently reduce hair growth" which is not the same and not how the devices and procedures are marketed.

5 Shaving Myths Busted

Posted by Shorne on 8/5/2016 to Body Care

How do I get rid of razor bumps?

Posted by Shorne on 1/28/2016 to Body Care


If you are like millions of other people - the answer is yes!

Our Advice - Try The Irritation Free Bare It All Electric Shaver And Trimmer

Bikini-line-hair-is-easily-removed-with-the-Bare It All Personal Shaver micro-trimmer

The shaving rash, red bumps & ingrown hairs reported by almost everyone is clinically called pseudo folliculitis barbae. More simply it is the skin telling you to stop wet shaving with any so called safety razor of any brand.because the naked blade is damaging it and stripping it of natural oils.

Then you won’t have to waste money on lathers, lotions, potions and cremes after you have damaged the skin by using a razor blade.
Billions of hard earned dollars each year are wasted doing exactly this.

How an electric shaver can shave as close as a razor blade

Posted by Shorne on 11/4/2015 to Body Care

How an electric shaver can shave as close as a razor blade

Although it may sound improbable, an electric shaver like the Bare-It-All with an ultra thin foil, together with user skill, really does shave as close as a blade.


This is why!

Should I use talc when shaving or waxing?

Posted by Shorne on 6/8/2015 to Body Care
Should I use talc when shaving or waxing?

With respect no writer should be advocating the use of talc in the course of any hair removal. Talc is a known carcinogen as the fine particles of this mineral are all too easily inhaled. Talc, as well as corn silk or cornstarch, used in bikini line hair removal, can cause irritation to the female urethra and of course a male partner. Corn silk or cornstarch is vegetable matter, and in warm moist environment in the genital areas, it decomposes causing odor and irritation.

I refuse to remove or shave my body hair

Posted by Shorne on 5/27/2015 to Body Grooming

'Being hairy isn't scary':
Meet female student who refuses to shave her body hair

This article in the UK press under weird news caught my eye.

Should I remove my pubic hair or not?

Posted by Shorne on 11/1/2014 to Body Care

The argument rages on about whether it is cool to remove trim or groom pubic hair or not.   The only opinion that counts is yours, or maybe as a secondary consideration, the opinion of your significant other may influence you! 
However most people agree that visible pubic hair is not your best feature.


Things to know before you remove pubic hair

Posted by Shorne on 9/11/2014 to Body Grooming

No more shaver rash or red bumps for African Americans

Posted by Shorne on 6/30/2014 to Body Care
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The simple inexpensive answer for avoiding shaver rash or red bumps in African Americans.


We fully appreciate the fact that many African Americans of both genders, as well as other ethnic groups experience shaver rash, red bumps and ingrown hairs when shaving, particularly on the neck as well as intimate areas.  This is clinically known as pseudo folliculitis barbae.

The solution is not to damage the skin in the first place, but how to be well groomed without harming the skin?
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