Question 1 of 6
After your last intimate shave to what extent have you been bothered red spots?
Question 2 of 6
Do you get ingrown hairs after intimate shaving?
Question 3 of 6
Does your skin becoming red and irritated after intimate shaving?
Question 4 of 6
A few days after intimate shaving do red spots appear?
Question 5 of 6
Do the red spots become yellow and inflamed?
Question 6 of 6
Do you find that newly shaved skin is very delicate and sensitive?
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How to use the products in the pack
1. Intim Wash
Red shaving spots and other irritation are usually due to bacteria on the skin. Remove bacteria and dirt from the skin before you start intimate shaving.
Lather Intim Wash up on the wet skin and massage it in thoroughly. Rinse off with lukewarm water.
2. Intim Shave
Always use a clear shaving gel when you shave the intimate area. This protects against painful accidents and reduces irritation from the razor blade.
Spread Intim Shave gel on the area before shaving, and allow it to work for about a minute. Then shave with a clean razor blade, and rinse excess product and remnants of hair off the skin.
3. Intim Balm
Apply skin-care products after a bath – and when you have carefully patted yourself dry with a towel.
Apply Intim Balm to the area and give the product time to soak in before putting your clothes on. You can, of course, use Intim Balm several times a day for a few days after shaving, to reduce irritation.