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    Quote Originally Posted by VicPark View Post
    Why do you need to go hairless at all? If it was such a big necessity for comfort then why don't most men do it?
    Because they haven't 'had' to to meet society's expectations they haven't realised the benefits of it. Or they don't talk about it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by amyd View Post
    Because they haven't 'had' to to meet society's expectations they haven't realised the benefits of it. Or they don't talk about it.
    I've known a few males that want to, but don't, (or do and hide it) because of society. Apparently if you're male, you're only allowed to do it if you cycle, swim or play soccer.

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    My hubby uses hair cream remover to do his legs, finds being hairless better for him.

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    I don't do it any more, it's something I used to do for swimming. Though now I have stopped I don't have much body hair at all, a have some hair on my legs now but very little.

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    A suggestion (that might not work for younger teens/tweens) is waxing first and then using an epilator over shaving and waxing.

    I know - epilators suck and hurt but it does not hurt much if it is done regularly and if you wax first. And they are pretty handy and last ages if you look after them.

    Might end up more affordable?

    As for men who use hair removal - there are a lot. As discussed above it is done a lot by swimmers, cyclers and I would suspect most pro sportsmen do it.

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    Great idea @twinklify! I planned, once the girls are older to pay for IPL, but until that time I'm trying to think of the best way to do it that avoids constant hair growth.

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    Quote Originally Posted by BabyG4 View Post
    My hubby uses hair cream remover to do his legs, finds being hairless better for him.
    Quote Originally Posted by Mason98 View Post
    I don't do it any more, it's something I used to do for swimming. Though now I have stopped I don't have much body hair at all, a have some hair on my legs now but very little.
    My brother works in the mines in north WA and used to get me to wax his upper arms, shoulders, back and crack. He said it was easier to keep clean with less hair.

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    Quote Originally Posted by amyd View Post
    My brother works in the mines in north WA and used to get me to wax his upper arms, shoulders, back and crack. He said it was easier to keep clean with less hair.
    You waxed your brothers cakehole??

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    Quote Originally Posted by VicPark View Post
    You waxed your brothers cakehole??
    I don't think you're eating your cakes properly 😳

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    Default What age to wax a child's legs?

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    You waxed your brothers cakehole??
    Nope. I waxed his ********.


 

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