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Kibbs you can sugar at home.

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For the little red bumps try Vizine. Many models use it and it has worked well for me.

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sugaring??? does it sweeten the pie :)

Rockport MA
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i'd like to try sugaring, heard good things about that! but the cost would make it a special-occasion-only thing. :)

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the only place i've found it locally was at walgreens. but you can get it online, amazon for example. we have the "bald head" formula, haven't tried the other varieties yet. walgreens only had that and max strength, and i was worried about chemically burning my bits. :)

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OK, the question is: where is it available?!?! Told ya I'm game to try it.

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thanks for the welcome and the compliment! i learned about the MSP on a message board, it seemed like the powder was more labor intensive, that you had to keep wetting it or it wouldn't work that well? the cream you don't have to do that with. :)

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PS: LOVE those fencenet stockings!!!!!

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Welcome to the forum, kindashy! {My first time getting to say that!!!}

I tried that before, it didn't seem to work so well for me {I used the powder version} I'd be willing to try the cream kind, because I do remember that it was relatively gentle, and I hate having stubble.

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ooh, my first post lol. :) i hadn't seen "magic shave powder" mentioned on here yet, so i wanted to throw that out. it's a product designed for african american men's faces, since they can break out so easily with razor shaving. hubby and i use the cream type (it is also available in an actual powder). it smells less and nicer than nair, and for us works better, and there is no irritation even on my sensitive skin. it doesn't last more than a couple days, but it's still my favorite choice.

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