[quote]Nate Dogg wrote:
Nate Dogg wrote:
May I introduce the bodygroom by Phillips norelco. I shave everywhere with that thing, and I mean everywhere. Works like a charm, painless, and no ingrown hairs whatsoever. I strongly reccomend it.
I use this. But I wouldn’t use it on my legs. It would take far too long. But it works great on my chest, stomach, armpits and neck/upper back/shoulder area.
Also, I’ve now gone through four of these things. For some reason, the “foil” part of the shaver keeps breaking on me. I’ve found that you have to be very careful not to press too hard or too fast, otherwise, it pops out and can’t be put back in.
You’ve gone through 4? LOL. You do realize you can buy replacement foils instead of dropping 40$ for a new shaver each time right? The replacement foils cost like 9 bucks. The foil needs to be replaced when it becomes to thin and gets holes in it. The shaver itself lasts forever.
I haven’t found replacement foils for them yet.
However, every time one breaks, I buy a new one and return the old one and get my money back each time. Essentially, I’ve only bought one but have used four. ;)[/quote]
Hey guys, I’m glad this was brought up again, I too have been through the ringer on this issue, and yeah, it just plain sucks ass. The waxing is fucking painful if you don’t do it religiously like every two to four weeks, and that starts adding up big time as you guys know…
I've been doing similar to NateDogg, with the hair trimmer/groomer deal, but every now and then you can get a nasty "bite" from that mofo around the sensitive skin areas, like behind the kneecap, ankles etc...
I guess I'll give that norelco bodygroomer a shot...It is worth the hassle IMO to be able to better check things like vascularity/size/definition etc..
Thanks for the valuable info Nate and Greek Dawgs....this was a cool read for me..