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So I prefer to keep my torso area clean shaven. It's a personal preference, I think it just looks better without hair, plus I prefer to wear v-cut shirts, or other shirts with open collars and I just think that not having chest hair popping out of that creates a cleaner look.
My problem is that I'd like to find a way to avoid the razor irritation that follows. I'm doing it to achieve a cleaner look, so having a bunch of red bumps on my chest for the next couple of days after I do it is counterintuitive. Another problem is that, as is, I can only really do it once a week, any more and the irritation is a lot worse. This creates a weird cycle where I do it and it looks good for a couple of days (assuming I don't get irritated), followed by a few days where it's longer than I like, but not long enough to comfortably shave yet.
Do you have any advice H/A? I'd prefer to avoid waxing, because I tried a home kit once and it hurt way worse than was worth it as the hair came back after a couple of weeks. I'm also not sure about something like nair as I've heard it burns pretty bad and it might not work out great since I clearly have sensitive skin (if anyone has experience to the contrary I'm open to be convinved). I currently use a Gillette body razor (have also tried a fushion razor) and shaving creme and do it in the shower. I also use neutragena post shave lotion to try and calm down the irritation that appears to do an alright job. Does anyone have any products that might work better, or tricks that might help out?
Thanks in advance for any advice!