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Aftershave for Penis Shaft and Scrotum Shave
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gymrat44 posted:
According to the poll we have on whether you shave your equipment or not the results as of today are 80 shave, 17 don't. Clearly the shavers are a majority! I have only started shaving there myself since reading about it here and find it great -- thanks for the idea. guys.

My suggestion would be to use a little moisturizing skin cream for an aftershave. Just a small amount of it rubbed onto a freshly shaved penis and scrotum can make both feel great -- both during the application and afterwards. (And who doesn't enjoy a good penis rub?) Later you'll appreciate it each time you go to take a leak -- it will make grabbing your penis even more enjoyable than usual.
manhood should be enjoyed, not proven -- gymrat44
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psalm119130 responded:
This is why shaving everyday keeps the stubble away. Don't use a dull razor either. Dull razors have the tendancy rather to pull than cut which causes rashes and bumps. I've also applied while shaving the groin area Dial antioxidant (power berries) soap. It makes everthing slick, and very smooth. Looks and feels great.
 
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joe8843 responded:
I used rubbing alcohol after I shaved my ball sack and shaft today. Don't use alcohol. It burned like hell!
 
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dannterr replied to joe8843's response:
Moistureoise but be prepared for a stiffie


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