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« Reply #20 on: May 25, 2005 04:06:18 PM »

Be careful if you put on deoderant after you shave...my friend did this for ever and one day there was a huge white lump. Her pores had been absorbing it and it absessed, so she had to go to the doctors and was in pain for a few days, along with a gimpy arm. So wait a bit after your shower.
Also, are you shaving every day? That might be it too, you might be shaving sensitive areas too much. Lotion- I use Curel- works really well too. Dont use girly kind with all that crap in it though. The less ingredients, the better. Im not sure if they make an aftershave for women, but use mens ( I get the kind that doesnt stink soooo bad). It will help also.
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« Reply #21 on: May 26, 2005 06:22:39 AM »

anohter thing that i have tried that seems to work is ,every morning and evening and everytime you put on deodorant then first dust some talc powder on, I do that before and after i put deodorant on and it works, no more red dots (that i know of) and no more rawness of pain either. Johnsons baby powder works best and has a really nice smell too.
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« Reply #22 on: June 17, 2005 08:18:19 PM »

not really a crafting thing... but I use that new Dove deodorant and really love it. I used to have the same problem with my armpits but now even if I do shave with soap my armpits come out feeling just fine. If you can't afford the deodorant though definitely keep the maintenance on your razor up and use shaving cream... also try using a moisturizer... a little odd... but that's the only real difference in the Dove deodorant. One more thing if you are curious... it is actually recommended that you should apply your deodorant before going to bed so it has time to start working when you are not moving.
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