Hair removal cream

Discussion in 'Third Trimester' started by Blueclass, May 10, 2016.

  1. Blueclass

    Blueclass Well-Known Member

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    Hi ladies I was planning on getting waxed just before dd however I have been told it is likely to hurt a lot more as the increased blood flow to that area. Iv never been waxed before so don't fancy my first time being now. Up till now iv kinda been able to do a hit and miss job myself lol but it's getting harder and harder. I was considering using a cream and wondered if anyone could advise on what one is safe for down there and if anyone has had horror stories. I know it will be the last thing on my mind when the time comes but just want to look and feel clean esp if I need stitches ect.
    Any advice would be welcome, thanks x
     
  2. El1en

    El1en Well-Known Member

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    I've always used veet, there's a sensitive one if you're worried. Justo Know the instructions. I used it all the way through my pregnancy
     
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    Blueclass Well-Known Member

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    Ok brilliant il be going tesco tomorrow.
     
  4. Dgreen10

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    I have also used hair removal cream all the way through :)
     
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    Sorry that should have said "just follow the instructions" :)
     
  6. Lou1103

    Lou1103 Well-Known Member

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    Yes just be careful and if starts to hurt get it off asap!!
    Or maybe do a skin test... Not read allthe comments so sorry if I'm just repeating. My skin is so sensitive to the cream, even when I'm not pregnant it will sting and be sore afterwards x
     
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    I've been getting waxed and weirdly enough other than the first time, it's been pain free! Plus my hair growth has really slowed down....wonder whether it's boos I'm having a girl xx:):)
     
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    I've been getting waxed and weirdly enough other than the first time, it's been pain free! Plus my hair growth has really slowed down....wonder whether it's boos I'm having a girl xx:):)
     
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    russellmuscle Well-Known Member

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    I used this one.

    The sensitive after cream is really good too.

    Also not a good idea to go in the later stages incase it sends you into labour :rofl: I used to get waxes regularly - but since labour and afterwards I never went back, in case stitches got infected or anything with it.

    xxxx
     
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    thanks for sharing!!
     
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    thank you for sharing!!
     

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