Alright, everyone, I've got the hookup!
Philips Norelco Body Trimmer: https://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B010XIGBUQ/ref=ppx_yo_dt_b_asin_title_o04_s00?ie=UTF8&psc=1
Can I link in here? Is that legal?
This thing is the best!!! Yes, it says "for men" but that's because they want to keep us oppressed. I use it once a week on my lady patch and I swear to goodness NO INGROWNS. It's magic. It also trims realllllly low so you don't see any hair bristles or anything. Clean, smooth, bikini area.
You're gonna like the way you look, I guarantee it. Charismatic smile and wink towards camera
This is pretty small. Runs on a AA so no charger that needs to be carried.
All Purpose Gillette Styler: Beard Trimmer, Men's Razor & Edger - Fusion Razors for Men / Styler https://www.amazon.com/dp/B06XF3KHFM/ref=cm_sw_r_cp_api_i_vFxkCbX81QPDG
All Purpose Gillette Styler (under $20 on amazon) -- For me, it easily replaced all other razors, shavers, and trimmers I had previously used. Gets a close trim, weighs practically nothing, is smaller than a hot dog, and takes a single replaceable AA battery, which can last me about 4-6 months of weekly use. I've had mine since 2016 and it continues to serve me well.
Seriously it's like magic, I've never even nicked myself once.
My favorite review on Amazon goes "I shave my balls with one side and my face with the other. Its probably gross, and I don't care. It works well."
Philips Norelco OneBlade Hybrid Electric Trimmer and Shaver, FFP, QP2520/90 https://www.amazon.com/dp/B01D328BG6/ref=cm_sw_r_cp_api_glt_fabc_2KF3TKBV2SQXJ1XT1K5G
I use one of these, bought at target for about 25$. It’s masc enough of a look that. No one questions, and the battery lasts for almost a week’s worth of shaving before needing a recharge! Blades last almost a month depending on how much you use it for area wise. Mine I use for chest/back/legs/arms, and I’m naturally hairy like Bigfoot, so I put mine through a lot of work. I typically change the blades every 3.5 weeks.
Honestly for an electric it gets a surprisingly close shave on its own! For my legs and back I don’t even need a second razor most of the time if it’s blade was fresh!
Just throwing out this ad for one of the best investments I’ve made in my personal grooming in years!
Philips Norelco OneBlade Hybrid Electric Trimmer and Shaver, FFP, QP2520/90 https://www.amazon.com/dp/B01D328BG6/ref=cm_sw_r_cp_api_i_ORZpFbDHV07BE
Buy this anyone can shave with this. And move on from it.
It's not going to grow back thicker, even after the first time. It should grow back, I don't see why it wouldn't. If you're really worried about that though you could use something like this. It doesn't completely get rid of the hair. It just shortens it
Philips Norelco Multigroom Series 7000 23 Piece Mens Grooming Kit, Trimmer for Beard, Head, Body, and Face MG7750/49 https://www.amazon.com/dp/B07145GM4B/ref=cm_sw_r_cp_api_glt_fabc_YHYKV4WRBVGCMM4YNJAE?_encoding=UTF8&psc=1
this isn't exactly what you asked, but dont go to the shaver shop, they are the markup specialists. i have the wahl lithium ion clippers, got em from amazon for approx $75 delivered.
or shaver shop price: http://www.shavershop.com.au/online-store/beard-trimmers/beard-trimmers/wahl-lithium-ion-stainless-steel.html
recommend them, carves through my dirty big face rig like a hot knife through butter.
also, they have a quick charge feature which gives you like 20 mins runtime from 5 mins charge.
if you shop locally you can probably find them at a good price.
>https://www.amazon.com/Philips-Norelco-Bodygroom-7100-BG2040/dp/B0037HP9OA/ref=cm_cr_arp_d_product_top?ie=UTF8 - Here's one razor I've been looking at. It seems good, but it apparently has a crummy battery.
I actually have this exact razor. The battery is fine, assuming you don't try to cover too large an area in a single session. However, if you have thick hairs like I do, you may find the cartridges getting dull much quicker than they should. I've been having trouble finding replacements lately, too, so I'll probably need to order them from Amazon or something.
I just bought the "Amazon Choice" seemed to have decent reviews. I've had it for about a month now and it's been good.
This baby is where it's at
So when doing something like your face you lay it flat.
When trimming a spot you do not want it to catch, lay it 90 degrees and just drag it. It has at most minorly caught my skin (not cut it) only a handful of times. You can get a close cut with it too. Same as no hair? no. But almost none.
I like this one.
I use it with the black guard. Gets close. No nicks or pulled skin.
Secret is to move it back and forth slowly.
Shave my head, and wear a goatee. I use a Phillips Oneblade with a USB charger for trimming the goatee. Usually use a DE razor for shaving my head at home, but when I'm traveling I just carry a few cheap double-blade disposables.
The Oneblade doesn't look that much smaller than the Wahl, but it is waterproof, pretty durable, and the battery life on mine is still fine after more than 4 years.
Not as sustainable as safety razors but I've been using Phillips One Blade for a few years now. It gives a close enough shave and the blades last for a few months
It’s better than most but I have my own favourite: https://www.amazon.ca/dp/B01K1HPA60/
I don’t trim down to the bare skin though. I leave 1-2mm of stubble to prevent chafing. In areas where I don’t want any hair at all, not even stubble like near the leg bend, I finish the job with this: https://www.amazon.ca/dp/B0896TKVF9/
I use a Philips Norelco OneBlade; it's about $35 on Amazon, the blades can be replaced (and tell you when they need to be replaced), it's waterproof, and it cuts pretty well.
Not a electric shaver, but this...
This looks really good and only has a few guards. It's what I was looking at when mine seemed like it might have been dying.
The ones that seem to have a huge range of adjustment seem suspect honestly.
Get a trimmer with a guard designed for the job. It won’t shave down to the skin, but you may be content enough with those results and if you’re not, it’s a lot easier to shave the rest.
This is what I use: https://www.amazon.ca/dp/B01K1HPA60
I use a Phillips OneBlade. Best razor I’ve ever owned. Mine came with three beard guards (I just keep a chin-only goatee) and you can even get the newer ones with a pubic hair guard. (No shit you actually can).
The blades last about 3 or 4 months depending on how often you shave and the replacements are $10-15.
Get this guy. $18 solves all your beard trimming needs. Once you've grown your beard in a little, the long hairs will serve as a sort of "wall" that you can shave your neck right up to with your regular razor.
I love this Philips one-blade hybrid shaver. I just did some "maintenance" today and it was a breeze. No razor bumps or in-grows for me!
I use a specific beard trimmer, the philips one blade. Its a nice compromise between a close shave and risking knifing my genitals with a razor sharp blade.
amazon philps one blade
I've been cutting my own hair at home, my girlfriend helps me cut the back.
All done with this and this.
We use the novel on one blade hybrid. It trims just about as close as a razor and shaving cream without the need for cream or the chance of Knicks.
I'm surprised no one has yet mentioned the Gillette Fusion Proglide Styler.
The only (tiny) con for me is it doesn't give a clean shave unless I use the shaver attachment. It would have been nice to use it without the comb and get a clean shave.
http://www.amazon.com/Philips-Norelco-BG2040-34-Bodygroom/dp/B0037HP9OA/ref=sr_1_9?s=videogames&rps=1&ie=UTF8&qid=1441946675&sr=8-9&keywords=mens+trimmer when you can get this. It's literally the best never had any issues with it.
Philips Norelco Bodygroom
MAKE SURE to FOLLOW the charging-cycles correctly. I've seen a number of complaints about dud batteries after months to a year. Mine's 2-3y/o and holds a charge for like a month+ of every 2-3 day usage. It's showerproof, too, I love the damn thing.
>Philips no telco
Wanted to throw one other trimmer option out there (not a shaver), that is actually powered by a single AA battery, the Gillette Styler beard trimmer:
Came across it when I was looking for an electric trimmer for travel to Europe, since it was virtually impossible to find a dual-voltage model that was remotely affordable. At < $30 this did the trick in a very compact package and all I did was pack a spare AA battery (which I never needed, but I don't shave that often).
That said it does *not* contain a catcher for little hairs, so doesn't satisfy that requirement.
Like this? How did you avoid shaving everything off? Did you use a standard razor or the electric trimmer to shave you balls?
I use this trimmer from Philips: https://www.amazon.com/Philips-Norelco-Bodygroomer-BG1026-60/dp/B010XIGBUQ/ref=pd_aw_ci_mcx_mh_mcx_views_0?pd_rd_w=xsaiS&content-id=amzn1.sym.94af6381-06a2-4b66-b860-04718aaeefef&pf_rd_p=94af6381-06a2-4b66-b860-04718aaeefef&pf_rd_r=JR3....
It has 2 combs. One that trims at 3 mm and the other that trims at 0.5 mm. I use the 0.5 mm comb on the armpits and groin area(shaft, penis, balls and beliw the balls). No irritation and a very close trim(think almost a day after shaving). I use it once a week. It works with an AA battery. The battery lasts almost 3 months with once a week usage on the groin and armpits areas for me. The trimmer is waterproof also.
razor gives you a clean shave, but can irritate your skin. I prefer something like the
one blade which gives you a close shave, but does not irritate the skin nearly as much, leaves some short stubble which can look nice.
No. They say that the blade needs replacing. It's all to take your money. Why would a trimmer's blade need replacing? Get this one from Philips instead: https://www.amazon.com/Philips-Norelco-Bodygroomer-BG1026-60/dp/B010XIGBUQ/ref=pd_aw_ci_mcx_mh_mcx_views_0?pd_rd_w=xsaiS&content-id=amzn1.sym.94af6381-06a2-4b66-b860-04718aaeefef&pf_rd_p=94af6381-06a2-4b66-b860-04718aaeefef&pf_rd_r=JR3....
I use the 0.5 mm comb on the armpits and groin area. No irritation and a very close trim.
Use it with the 0.5 mm comb on the armpits and groin area. It looks almost like it was shaved, that's how close it trims.
i use this exact one! it's a beard trimmer lol, i got mine from walmart but it gets the job done, it's waterproof and doesn't knick my vulva (i have to be very careful around my asshole though)
Here is what I use Phillips norelco $19.97 on Amazon works great. Beard, pubes, chest
This is the one I share with my man! It works so good! I can even trim my butthole area with no concern for cuts. I usually use it after I shower, then I rinse to wash away the hair. You could also use it before the shower, just shave your labia first then your butthole area, then disinfect the blade.
Beard trimmer! I have this one. It works so, so much better than the purpose-built "personal bikini trimmer" I had before. That one for sure gave me the yanking issue, but I haven't had it once with the Philips.
I did nick myself with it once, but that was because I was a dumbass and didn't hold the skin taut enough in the super delicate thigh crease zone while cleaning up the edges with no guard on.
i’m a woman and enjoy having a slight bush. i use the philips norleco trimmer for my lady bits and love it!
Philips Norelco MG3750 Multigroom... https://www.amazon.com/dp/B01K1HPA60?ref=ppx_pop_mob_ap_share
Ayyy bro good on you for the minox, stick on it - It helped me out a ton with some patchiness. If it hurts when you shave tho, you could always look into getting a better electric trimmer to bring you closer to the skin. A cheap one (or one that isn't specifically for facial hair) won't get you any good results. Personally I like the one blade a lot: https://www.amazon.com/Philips-Norelco-OneBlade-QP2520-90/dp/B01D328BG6
Yeah, you could always just practice the muscle movements that your eyes naturally do when you laugh! Once you notice what your face does, you can start to control it manually to a posture you like / find attractive. Practice making that face and you'll be golden.
Sorry to hear about your teeth though homie. I know a lot of people still like seeing smiles though - Depending on the setting though, your best bet might be to learn to love your mouth anyway. I promise you self-love will be more rewarding in the long run.
Assuming that can't happen for you bc I know how stubborn those feelings of insecurity can be, just try your best to find a nice facial posture for yourself. You can always smile with your mouth closed. The first pic you posted has a very nice half smile :)
For this purpose I (and my wife) use a Philips Norelco Bodygroom Series 1100, Showerproof Body Hair Trimmer and Groomer. 20$, single battery, cuts short, but not too short. Amazon Smile link.
I use this trimmer for my beard and pubes. It's awesome, it holds a charge forever, the blade is powerful, precise, and crafted in a way that makes it "soft" on the skin. I shave my neck raw with the blade, and it barely reddens the skin, and if I clip my dick with it, it doesn't hurt (as much).
>Venus Sensitive Razors
If you are shaving, be sure to condition the area before hand. Try a shave oil. You will also want to use a very gentle exfoliant. I would also suggest using a thick, sensitive skin cream like CeraVe afterward. You will also want to make sure you keep the area dry - it is hot as hell during the summer and there is inevitably going to be a lot of sweating going on.
TBB, this is exactly why I stopped shaving. I trim. This is what I use. Ingrowns are now very rare for me. I might get one or two, tops, in a year. And boy howdy, does it save time!
Check out the Philips one blade. It has a very small head that makes it easy to shave close to your stoma. It has a replaceable head when it wears out.
Same issue, take a trimmer first with a more gentle razor attachment and get the hair down to the skin as much as possible. After that, it becomes a piece of cake. Highly recommend doing the trimming outside since it’s going to be a ton of hair. This is what I use. It has a slightly large and more gently head for body stuff: Philips Norelco MG7750/49... https://www.amazon.com/dp/B07145GM4B?ref=ppx_pop_mob_ap_share
It all depends on your skin. If you have really sensitive skin, you're not even gonna want to shave, just get a beard trimmer and run that over your face without attachments. Next step up from that is an electric shaver, something that looks similar to this, and use it accordingly. If you're an individual gifted enough to be born with tough skin on your face, you can learn to use a strait razor. I wouldn't be able to help you with that because my skin can't handle it, so I never learned how to do it well.
Obviously, don't use any of this stuff on your - ah - intimate areas unless you know exactly what you're doing. You don't want cuts down where the sun don't shine.
I deadass just use the same one I use with my facial hair. I mean, of course I use different toppers, and of course I sanitize it before and after, but...
It's cheap lol.
Here's the link.
Hey! Thanks for responding. When you say the Phillips Trimmer, what do you mean? Do you mean this? Or are you talking about one in particular?
I'm a guy who has a short beard and hair (sometimes shaved head often very short) and I have used this baby for years. It's an amazing product and with near daily use I only charge it every 2-3 months
Philips Norelco Multigroomer All-in-One Trimmer Series 7000, 23 Piece Mens Grooming Kit, Trimmer for Beard, Head, Body, and Face, NO BLADE OIL NEEDED, MG7750/49 https://www.amazon.com/dp/B07145GM4B/ref=cm_sw_r_apan_i_XVPG6XFPF7J86HW49BG3
this one ?
This changed my life Philips Norelco OneBlade Hybrid Electric Trimmer and Shaver, Frustration Free Packaging, QP2520/90 https://www.amazon.com/dp/B01D328BG6/ref=cm_sw_r_cp_api_i_KF2DXQGX24DWVQWWEMPR?_encoding=UTF8&psc=1
Philips Norelco OneBlade Hybrid Electric Trimmer and Shaver, Frustration Free Packaging, QP2520/90 https://www.amazon.com/dp/B01D328BG6/ref=cm_sw_r_cp_api_i_KF2DXQGX24DWVQWWEMPR?_encoding=UTF8&psc=1
I used to shave with a razor, had similar issues. Switched over to the Philips Norelco OneBlade and shaving is a breeze now and it's a pretty close shave, not quite as close as a razor though. Not a paid actor and I highly recommend it.
I wouldn't shave with a razor... It causes razor bumps.
You should use this tool and just use it all over your body.
How long? 1 hour maybe. Hopefully you're flexible enough to reach your back. I can.
As for your balls and arse hole, use a guard on it so you don't cut
It’s a common myth that shaving increases hair growth, it will just blunt the edges of the hair giving an illusion of thickness. For shaving, my best advice would be to trim any excess hair first. I use the Philips 7000, which can also be used for body hair maintenance.
When I shave, I’ll use either Dollar Shave Club or Harry’s razors and Duke Cannon or Harry’s shaving cream. I shave against the grain and wet the razor with warm water prior to each stroke. I highly recommend Duke Cannon Aftershave for reducing bumps and irritation after your shave. Shaving cream and aftershave will help a ton with reducing irritation and maintaining a smooth face.
I use a beard trimmer on my armpits. You can't really see the hair unless you look closely and no razor burn: https://www.amazon.com/dp/B01D328BG6/ref=cm_sw_r_apan_i_A6V1088K5K6HZ0D5QE0V?_encoding=UTF8&psc=1
I use something like this: https://www.amazon.com/dp/B01K1HPA60/
I use before showering, sitting on the toilet, so totally dry.
I wouldn't recommend scissors. I've used them, and nicked myself way more often than when using an electric trimmer. They work, just dangerous.
I'm a fan of this one. Does everything I need and only needs 1 AA battery.
Gillette Styler, 1 Beard Trimmer for Men with 1 ProGlide Razor Blade Refill, 1 Battery, 3 Comb Attachments, Waterproof https://www.amazon.com/dp/B06XF3KHFM/ref=cm_sw_r_apan_glt_i_KMVKKJ7DQXN2K3AVJCN9?_encoding=UTF8&psc=1
Phillips Oneblade is ridiculously useful. Emergency shaving, trimming, body hair... I heard it was all things, was very skeptical but bought one. I'm blown away.
Something like this would be sufficient for a long stubble look
Creo q lo mejor es recortar en lugar de rasurar; ojalá usando algo como esto Philips Norelco Multigroomer All-in-One Trimmer Series 7000, 23 Piece Mens Grooming Kit, Trimmer for Beard, Head, Body, and Face, NO BLADE OIL NEEDED, MG7750/49 https://www.amazon.com/dp/B07145GM4B/ref=cm_sw_r_cp_api_glt_i_KTC8K7XFXVCXRDBTY0J6?_encoding=UTF8&psc=1
For my snip, I just got in there with the clippers on my normal electric razor. You don't have to do it perfectly bald, they just need to be able to get to the skin without hair in the way.
That said, I picked up one of these a while back and it's been awesome https://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B01K1HPA60
Here. This one.
Philips Norelco OneBlade Hybrid Electric Trimmer and Shaver, Frustration Free Packaging, QP2520/90 https://www.amazon.com/dp/B01D328BG6/ref=cm_sw_r_cp_api_glt_i_H8SCX4PYW8M2B5ZTMDP5?_encoding=UTF8&psc=1
Interesting, I use this bad boy. It’s super cheap and can be found in any Walmart/Target/Drug store.
Maybe it has something to do with how long you let your hair grow before trimming?
I got a Philip norelco electric razor. Body groomer series 1100. Link below.
Seriously this thing WILL NOT KNICK YOUR KNICKERS. It won't bite your balls. And it won't shave your thick hairy bush.
So only use it on your thin, dainty, delicate, skin sack.
Get a beard trimmer for your thick pubes.
Philips Norelco Bodygroom Series 1100, Showerproof Body Hair Trimmer and Groomer for Men, BG1026/60 https://www.amazon.com/dp/B010XIGBUQ/ref=cm_sw_r_apan_glt_i_S7SYG3M2FZ2Q0M1M8FGS?_encoding=UTF8&psc=1
Philips Norelco OneBlade Hybrid Electric Trimmer and Shaver, Frustration Free Packaging, QP2520/90 https://www.amazon.com/dp/B01D328BG6/ref=cm_sw_r_cp_api_glt_i_MZ7GW123CM0X7KWKXY1D
I use this and love it
I just bought this Philips Norelco beard trimmer and it works awesome. Very lightweight and quiet. You can see that it comes with an overabundance of attachments too. Here: Philips Norelco
Philips Norelco OneBlade Hybrid Electric Trimmer and Shaver, Frustration Free Packaging, QP2520/90 https://www.amazon.com/dp/B01D328BG6/ref=cm_sw_r_cp_api_glt_i_6ARENQ03T1GFXB8HZ692?_encoding=UTF8&psc=1
I would consider an electric body hair trimmer! I use the Philips 7000 at the 5mm body hair setting to trim and from there I’ll use a handheld razor if I need to shave entirely
>I find my chest/stomach hair unappealing and it is an insecurity of mine
I'll straight shill a product: Philips Norelco OneBlade
Just shave it all. This razor is the tits.
First, why would you use someone else’s stuff especially if you know they sleep around. Please don’t do that ever again. I never use razor on my pubic area or dick. If i do i break out like you. That was before i started having sex so i know its not stds. You could also be sensitive it. I only trim. I will include the link for my personal favorite. I use it for trimming my pubic area, dick, balls, and hole. I don’t know anything about that dark spot so I cannot help you there. I would get tested if you are concerned about it. Philips Norelco OneBlade Hybrid Electric Trimmer and Shaver, Frustration Free Packaging, QP2520/90 https://www.amazon.com/dp/B01D328BG6/ref=cm_sw_r_cp_api_glt_i_K2Q3PCKVBC3GW2RD4JRW?_encoding=UTF8&psc=1
Phillips makes some really great electric razors, The nifty thing about them is that they come with interchangeable heads so you can use the razor for more then just your groin area, this one is pretty cheap:
I had a bad experience with the lawnmower ( it still nicked me with it's anti nick technology).
I use one similar to this one:
Mines a bit cheaper, but gets all my grooming needs taken care of.
Bro, I have a similar, but not terrible, issue.
This is the best clipper I've ever owned. I use it for everything, face, head, and butt (yes, I clean both the butt and clippers before and after).
$44 and I've only charged it once since June.
Shave the head once every few weeks, face occasionally and asshole.....2-3 months.
Try this one: https://www.amazon.com/Stainless-Trimmers-Rechargeable-Professionals-9818/dp/B0058SY1XQ
I've had this one for about 2 years now, and the entire trimmer head simply snaps on and off. No screws, no bolts. Battery life is fantastic as well. Comes with the standard set of blade/guards, along with an ear/nose hair trimmer head, a shave head and a precision trimmer head (about 1/2" wide).
If you want a suggestion for a good electric shaver I suggest the OneBlade, I have two, one for my face/neck and one for everything else.
Don’t shave any off but use one of these beard trimmers set to a long length to get it all even. Then keep growing or our. So you might cut off like a tiny bit so it’s all even now. Then in 2-4 weeks, do a small trim to even up again
Philips Norelco Multigroomer All-in-One Trimmer Series 3000, 13 Piece Mens Grooming Kit, for Beard, Face, Nose, and Ear Hair Trimmer and Hair Clipper, NO Blade Oil Needed, MG3750/60 https://smile.amazon.com/dp/B01K1HPA60/ref=cm_sw_r_cp_api_glt_i_3NYZPZJX0DB22WXR2P38
I actually use a human trimmer. I tried multiple fancy dog clippers even ones that cost 200 bucks, but they all got clogged and would tear more than cut. These are the ones I have been using for about 4 years now:
Philips Norelco Multigroomer All-in-One Trimmer Series 7000, 23 Piece Mens Grooming Kit, Trimmer for Beard, Head, Body, and Face, NO BLADE OIL NEEDED, MG7750/49 https://www.amazon.com/dp/B07145GM4B/ref=cm_sw_r_apan_glt_fabc_MPA6TG1NPR5VFC5RHRHX
For nails I use normal pet clippers, then an electric nail file to smooth them out.
No, unless your hair grows ridiculously fast and just perpetually looks like a 5:00 shadow.
Invest in a good body trimmer. I use the Norelco one blade. It was only $30 and one tip has lasted me over a year.
Link to the trimmer in question 👉Philips Norelco OneBlade https://www.amazon.com/dp/B01D328BG6/ref=cm_sw_r_apan_glc_fabc_3YQFK0V7QRPJBARFDN7V?_encoding=UTF8&psc=1
Philips Norelco BeardTrimmer 7300, vacuum trimmer with adjustable length settings (Model # QT4070/41) https://www.amazon.com/dp/B003U8ESI4/ref=cm_sw_r_awdo_navT_g_M8D2FPKG27FSN8FK4A6A
need one with a vacuum or no point
I use this one, got it as a gift didn't realize it was so expensive maybe look outside amazon. Life changing to just open a door and dump your clippings in the toilet.
I have this one, bought it on Amazon. I had to buy a new one because my nephew jacked my original one because he liked it so much. Been using it for years though. I have a trimmed beard and it's also easy to get straight lines with. No razor burn or bumps.
For the pubic hair above the penis and scrotum an electric adjustable beard or hair trimmer, similar to this.
And a four to 6 blade razor similar to this. It’s not a perfect system, either. I still occasionally knick the sack. The electric razor helps to avoid razor burn because I could never shave it all off because of the guaranteed razor burn, but the adjustable allows precision to the height of pubic hair north of your penis. There is still an issue of razor burn when I clean up the thighs next to the main bit. Hope it helps.
I dont use a razor, i have two clippers, one for my face, one for armpits/pubes. This is the second one: https://www.amazon.com/Philips-Norelco-Multigroom-attachment-MG3750/dp/B01K1HPA60
Clippers are better in my opinion, come with safety features to help you from knicking your junk (hurts like hell) and you dont need to be completely shaved, just very trimmed
Philips Norelco MG7750/49 Multigroom Series 7000, Men's Grooming Kit with Trimmer for Beard, Silver 1 Count https://www.amazon.com/dp/B07145GM4B/ref=cm_sw_r_apan_glt_fabc_XJQW1YJ5BCCDDE9Q6WD5?_encoding=UTF8&psc=1
I swear by this thing, its fucking amazing, battery is god level i dont think i charged it more than twice since last year and i trim everything with it.
Philips Norelco MG7750
I bought one of these after one too many close calls. Best investment ever. (Hopefully there’s no rules against the link) Philips Norelco Bodygroom Series 1100, BG1026/60, Showerproof Body Hair Trimmer and Groomer for Men https://www.amazon.com/dp/B010XIGBUQ/ref=cm_sw_r_cp_api_glt_fabc_11BF5GJ67RE7MNNHFJPE?_encoding=UTF8&psc=1
I had the exact same problem. This might not work for you but it did me. I started using an electric shaver. I use Barbasol for sensitive skin. Most won’t agree with me on this step but for my aftershave I use Stetson which is alcohol based. I do this because the alcohol kills off bacteria and helps with any cuts. It soothes the face and prevents razor burn for me. Make sure to moisturize your neck at night before bed. Hope this helps bro.
I won't go near my armpits with a razer to easy to get ingrown hair and razor burn ia no fun. I use this shaver on dry armpits and shower / exfoliate after. Then follow up with an unscented lotion for skin repair. I haven't had any issues since going this route.
I got this a few months ago and I use it to trim the private area in the shower using the #1 guard. And I use it shave my head when I’m in the shower using the razer part. It’s so easy I highly recommend it!
Do what’s comfortable for you too!
The only shaver/trimmer I use for both home and travel is a
Philips Norelco OneBlade - it was purchased for me as a gift by someone who raved over it, and I've since recommended it to a few friends.
I keep stubbly/scruffy facial hair as well, and before the OneBlade found that I needed to clean up my neckline and shape edges still with a standard razor since the trimmer couldn't get close enough - this would give me razor burn, especially in the dry winter months.
I haven't touched a razor since - charge it up, add the guards for trimming, remove them for getting a close shave. Battery seems to last forever, definitely enough for a 2-3 week trip. I've replaced the "blade" once since I got it, and probably didn't even need to. Also, it's waterproof so you can rinse it off or use in the shower.
If you try it for shaving, I recommend using it on dry skin and going against the grain. I tried my old shave soap, and while it glided nicely the shave wasn't as close as when dry.
I use and recommend the Gillette Styler.
It's lightweight (with the AA battery and the smallest guard, I measured it at 3.1 oz).
It's powered by a single AA battery.
It comes with three different size guards (not sure what #'s they are).
$20 on Amazon.
> When I try to even trim my hair with scissors, my pubic area gets very irritated.
From personal experience, I suggest getting a beard trimmer and experiment with the different guard sizes until you find one that doesn't cause irritation.
I use Philips Norelco MG3750 Trimmer.
norelco one blade.. cheap and works great. https://www.amazon.com/Philips-Norelco-OneBlade-QP2520-90/dp/B01D328BG6
use a fine comb first, then go WITH the grain.. start with the biggest guard and work your way down to the length you want.. I go with 3.. but most people will probably like 4. after all that.. take the guard off.. shave that neck, yo.. then use the edge of the razor to trim around your lips and your side burns and the outline of your beard. don't worry if you mess anything up.. it's hair.. it grows back..
to get more a custom.. do it EVERY day.. or at least every two days.. it will make you more comfortable. also use a beard oil afterwards and CONDITION your beard when you shower.. you want that beard to be soft. Don't use a 2 in 1 conditioner and shampoo.. get like a scentless conditioner.
Beard trimmer: Gillette Styler: Beard Trimmer, Men's Razor & Edger - waterproof, runs off a single AA battery, lightweight (w/ battery and 1 attachment I measured it at 3.1 oz).
Scissors: TSA requirements: "If packed in carry-on, they must be less than 4 inches from the pivot point. Any sharp objects in checked bags should be sheathed or securely wrapped to prevent injury to baggage handlers and inspectors." I've travelled to lots of countries with scissors that fit that rule but I've also run into issues in some countries (e.g., China). Now I roll with some really tiny scissors I picked up at Muji. Not the sharpest but they get the job done.
Their actual trimmers. Definitely don’t use it on your balls all Willy nilly though. Just stretch out the skin and get to work
I bought a $55 electric trimmer and have used it for years.
It's not as close as a blade, but it's fucking close enough and it's a 100 times more convenient.
I probably haven't bought a blade in decades. Once I discovered that electric worked almost as well but was a fuckload cheaper, faster, and easier, there was no going back to shitty, expensive blades.