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    I did beauty therapy as a 16,17 and 18 yr old with a fit body and obviously pre kid. I was never curious about other people's bodies it's just another day at the office

    When you do it for a job, honestly it's just about getting the hair off and not about looking at what's going on down there.

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    I shave. I haven't waxed since DD was born, partly because it's expensive and secondly because I don't want to go through that pain (ironic seeing as I had DD without drugs, all 4.1kgs of her with a 6 minute stage two ). I shave every couple of days and it's fine. So much easier and quicker!

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    P.s get laser it's the best thing ever!!! No hair at all

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    Yup I second laser!!
    I did it for a year before falling pregnant and DD is now 5 months and I still have minimal hair since stopping laser 14 months ago!

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    I totally forgot about laser. I used to do that but had to stop 4 yrs ago when we started trying for a baby. But yes totally do it. It hurts the first couple times esp if you have dark hair but after that it's easy peasy. I'll go back to that when I have to. Not much there atm as my hair growth has slowed down considerably while I was pregnant. Have only shaved my legs 2 times in 2 months it's that slow

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    Quote Originally Posted by clb84 View Post
    Yup I second laser!!
    I did it for a year before falling pregnant and DD is now 5 months and I still have minimal hair since stopping laser 14 months ago!
    But how dark does your hair have to be

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    The darker the better. I'm a natural blonde. The really fine blonde ones don't disappear. But you have to shave before you laser so you can't really tell until it grows back before the next laser what will go.

    I think for me i did it every 6 weeks for a year and had minimal grow back.

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    Quote Originally Posted by clb84 View Post
    The darker the better. I'm a natural blonde. The really fine blonde ones don't disappear. But you have to shave before you laser so you can't really tell until it grows back before the next laser what will go.

    I think for me i did it every 6 weeks for a year and had minimal grow back.
    Oh that's ok I'm not blonde down there 😂 but not black! I'm def gonna get laser as tattoos don't hurt and I'm way too lazy to shave or wax lol

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    Quote Originally Posted by Wise Enough View Post
    Does it really change that much?? I had 2 Csections.
    I was just going to ask this!! I've only had 1 cs so far...it didn't even occur to me pushing out a baby would change the appearance of things down there lol. I'm just that bit more thankful for my cs now

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    Default Brazilian wax after having babies...???

    Quote Originally Posted by turquoisecoast View Post
    I was just going to ask this!! I've only had 1 cs so far...it didn't even occur to me pushing out a baby would change the appearance of things down there lol. I'm just that bit more thankful for my cs now
    I don't think mine has changed after three births...

    But maybe I haven't looked close enough

    I did think s3x was better after ds1 though. Yet to try after ds2
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