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How do you get rid of bumps and red dots on the back of your thigh after you shave and why do you always get cut and nicked no matter if the razor is new or not?

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2006-03-15 05:41:53
2006-03-15 05:41:53

you can rub like antiseptic cream on the bumps...you dont always get cut, its the way you shave, i rarely get cut, you have to shave slow and take your time..

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the razor really doesn't matter it depends on how close you want to shave


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