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Best hair remover? - 07-12-2014, 01:50 PM

So im sure im not the only dude here that shaves his chest arms and back. All the test has caused me to grow hair like crazy, and shaving with a razor only lasts half a day before everythings all stubbly and scratchy again. I decided to try Nair for men spray, and that shit sucks. If you leave it on too long it eats your skin off, any shorter and it only gets half of the hair. I left it on for way too long and made myself bleed the last time.lol but it did work and lasted a long time. Any other stuff out there you know works good?


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Subbed. Would love to hear what's working. Laser seems like the best but all that money i could be spending on gear...
   
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Here's a tip to keep your razor lasting longer get an old pair of jeans and run the razor blade backwards up the jeans it'll keep the razor sharper. I shave chest head and arms if I could reach my back I would shave that too. But I alternate days head,chest, face one day and arms the next.
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Here's a tip to keep your razor lasting longer get an old pair of jeans and run the razor blade backwards up the jeans it'll keep the razor sharper. I shave chest head and arms if I could reach my back I would shave that too. But I alternate days head,chest, face one day and arms the next.
Yeah i do face one day then arms and chest next day. Have the wife hit my back once a week or so. The hair remover lasts much longer though, just need to find one that actually works good that wont eat your damn skin off.lol


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Wax? Or laser? I have too many tattoos to get laser.
   
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Subbed. Would love to hear what's working. Laser seems like the best but all that money i could be spending on gear...
Yeah expensive as hell. I looked up one of those "no-no" things on amazon and they had one for men thats supposed to be more powerful for thick hair, but reviews were hit and miss and it was like $275. Im not paying that kinda money for a 3 star review product


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Wax? Or laser? I have too many tattoos to get laser.
Yeah i didnt think about the tat situation...ive only used the spray on shit that smells like hair activator that dissolves the hair.
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Mrs. Triple did laser everywhere using groupons exclusively. It took her a few years but cost half or less of what it would have otherwise. I can't argue with the results. Always so smooth...
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put a small dish of olive oil next to the sink, when your done shaving rinse razor, then keep your razor in the oil. It prevents rusting and dulling of the blades and you can re-use and save some cash. then you can buy an extra 20ml at the end of the year.
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My wife hates body razor stubble, so these days, I "manscape" chest and arm hair down with a trimmer, but do not shave. I have had my back waxed for years and it really works. I started out very hairy and after this time, even if I don't wax for a very long time, the hair grows back much, much finer and thinner than the old days. The first few times hurt like a mofo tho if you are hairy like I was. Much more painful than any of my tattoos. + you might break out the first few times as you are ripping the hair out at the roots.
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My wife hates body razor stubble, so these days, I "manscape" chest and arm hair down with a trimmer, but do not shave. I have had my back waxed for years and it really works. I started out very hairy and after this time, even if I don't wax for a very long time, the hair grows back much, much finer and thinner than the old days. The first few times hurt like a mofo tho if you are hairy like I was. Much more painful than any of my tattoos. + you might break out the first few times as you are ripping the hair out at the roots.
How often on the back waxing, every 2-3 weeks? Expensive?


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How often on the back waxing, every 2-3 weeks? Expensive?
I go about every 6-7 weeks these days. If you really want to stay on top of it, every 4 weeks was plenty for me. I know a woman that is a one person shop and she charges me $55 and it takes about 1/2 hour. These days, it does not hurt at all and when done I am as smooth and soft as a baby's butt




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I go about every 6-7 weeks these days. If you really want to stay on top of it, every 4 weeks was plenty for me. I know a woman that is a one person shop and she charges me $55 and it takes about 1/2 hour. These days, it does not hurt at all and when done I am as smooth and soft as a baby's butt
Sounds like something to try. I experimented with waxing, but got a lot of ingrown hairs that I had to literally dig out with a needle. Probably should go the pro route this time...
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Sounds like something to try. I experimented with waxing, but got a lot of ingrown hairs that I had to literally dig out with a needle. Probably should go the pro route this time...
I do know that there are different types of wax and I have heard her mention the "grain" or the direction the hair is growing and she will give it a rip depending on that. Also might be my hair/skin type as I have not had that problem fortunately.
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I do know that there are different types of wax and I have heard her mention the "grain" or the direction the hair is growing and she will give it a rip depending on that. Also might be my hair/skin type as I have not had that problem fortunately.
Thanks, Brick. I'm gonna give it a shot. Ill find a cute, friendly girl to rip out my hair. Hopefully that will keep me distracted...
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Made me think of that scene in the 40 year old virgin where he gets his chest waxed lmao funny as hell.
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Yeah expensive as hell. I looked up one of those "no-no" things on amazon and they had one for men thats supposed to be more powerful for thick hair, but reviews were hit and miss and it was like $275. Im not paying that kinda money for a 3 star review product
My girl was using the no-no and she says it actually does work.

I don't think everything will work for everyone. Too many different body compositions out there for there to be a one size fits all, so to speak.

I have had friends that went with the laser hair removal and it worked. Then when they started back on heavy doses of Test the hair started coming back.
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I had laser done on my back years ago. It definitely got rid of a lot of hair. And the hair that's left is really fine.
Now, I get waxed when I feel I need it. I used to pay $30 but a new shop just opened within walking distance so I'm now paying $45.

The rest of the body I shave.I'm lazy so I don't shave as often as I should. So hair gets a little long so I need something that rinses well. I use the Mach 3.
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