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Sharp shaving blades: Panasonic close curves women's electric shaver with three ultra sharp blades and ultra-thin foil follows body contours for a quick, close and comfortable shaveFlexible pivoting heads electric shaver and trimmer 2 in 1: Three independently floating flexible pivoting heads glide effortlessly to trace the individual contours of legs, arms, under the arms and bikini areas; Build-in pop up trimmer with attachment details legs, underarms and bikini areaWet/dry shaving convenience: Wet/dry waterproof shaver allows for convenient shaving in or out of the shower. Safely shave sensitive skin with hypo allergenic bladesHypoallergenic stainless steel blades: High quality, hypoallergenic stainless steel blades and foils are especially gentle on sensitive skin to avoid irritation while shaving and trimming. Power source AC 100 - 120V. Dimensions (H x W x D) 5.9'' x 2.1'' x 1.8''. Usage per charge approx. 10 shaves (3 meter inches/1 shave)Cleans in seconds: 100 percentage washable shaver cleans in seconds under running water; Rechargeable battery charges in 12 hours for up to 20 minutes of peak power shaving and trimming; Portable and travel friendly
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46 Reddit comments about Panasonic Electric Shaver for Women, Cordless 3 Blade Razor, Pop-Up Trimmer, Close Curves, Wet Dry Operation, Independent Floating Heads - ES2207P:

u/Feather-Light · 22 pointsr/AsianBeauty

Use a Salux cloth with your body wash of choice when you shower! I use the Olay Ultra Moisture Shea Butter Body Wash, three pumps on my Salux cloth, lather up, and scrub all over. I've done that daily for years and years from behind my ears down to in between my toes. Combine that with shaving off body hair and you'll be so soft. I highly recommend an electric razor to shave your body. Gets somewhat close to a traditional razor but it's so convenient to use and it's a one time purchase. No additional cost involved for maintenance or anything!

u/Springrayna · 13 pointsr/AskWomen

Oh boy... I've got many...

Ultra Soft Plush Kimono Bathrobe with Pockets

Anti-Fungal Soap

Travel Hammock

Ladies Electric Shaver

Palm Massage Tool This thing is UHmazing! Make my SO use it on me everynight..

Watery Essence SPF50+/PA++++ 50g Sunscreen

Coffee Gator

Hydro Flask Sports Water Bottle

My dog's cozy/warm Blueberry Pet Sweater She's a 50lb pit bull mix and she loves wearing this in the winter. 20" fits her wonderfully.

Closet Underwear Organizer Drawer Divider

u/howyalikdemapples · 8 pointsr/AskWomen

Maybe try an electronic razor. I just bought one for my no-no area and I've never been so pleased. Single best thing ive ever done as far as grooming. I don't have to exfoliate that area any more. I used to get a little razor rash and irritation. Now its perfect, smooth, and without nicks. Very close shave too. This is the one I bought.
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u/macenutmeg · 7 pointsr/relationship_advice

Ok, so I don't have actual relationship advice, but I have some great shaving advice.

I get shaving bumps, 100% of the time, exfoliating doesn't help, blah blah blah. Electric trimmers are the best tools! They're easier to use, they never burn, wider area per stroke, don't need to be in a shower to use. I find it to be just as close as a razor.

I bought this razor last year and it is going strong.

u/TheNonCompliant · 7 pointsr/TrollXChromosomes

So I looked more into it, because I have no life and it amuses me to type it all out. Already knew the whole “women must shave this or that body part for reasons” industry was started in sexism, fashion, and imitating celebrities, but my annoyance mainly comes from the actual shaving or hair removal products themselves. These are equally advanced or held back by sexism, and the more recent history is both fascinating and frustrating to look back on. The basic history is this:

In 1770-ish, Jean-Jacques Perret wrote a guide on shaving and seemingly invented the Perret razor of a blade fixed to a handle, i.e. the straight edge, which looked like a small machete for your face.

In 1847, William S. Henson produced a razor with blades set at right angles to the handle, and in 1880 the term “safety razor” was patented by some dude or other.

In 1898, John F. O’Rourke invented the electric razor.

In 1901/1904, American inventor King Camp Gillette (no royal affiliation) and William Nickerson patented a new design of safety razor as well as disposable blades.

In 1939(?), Professor Alexandre Horowitz invented the Philishave rotary electric razor (for the Phillips company).

In 1940, it seems Remington made the first women’s electric razor, Lady Schick, the design of which hasn’t changed too much since as far as some budget electric razors go.

In 1966, Phillips added the 3rd rotary head to their razors, making the style we tend to see today in men’s rotary razors.

More modern, “nicer” women’s razors still tend to look like this style, a design men had in the early 90’s, if not earlier. Meanwhile, I’ve seen exactly one long-handled (non-octopi-shaped) women’s rotary razor and attempting to find who makes it, for the purpose of this mini history lesson, is annoying as hell because it only popped up in one random Pinterest image and that turned out not to lead to the product.

Now the popular thing is the octopi-shaped design by Finishing Touch and their competitors. Tried to find when exactly that style got invented/patented, but it’s proving too difficult. Though I’m pretty sure I started seeing them advertised towards women around…. 2010 maybe? Amusingly, it’s the same design as the electric shavers advertised for men’s bald heads, so guess which probably came first. All in all, the Finishing Touch design is about 44 years after Phillips added the 3rd rotary head and 95 years after Gillette started “The First Great Anti-Underarm Hair Campaign”.

I’m just saying, for the TL;DR that if men want women to shave everywhere, why is the industry so slow to further implement (edit: and market) better designs for women?

u/older_bolder · 6 pointsr/ask_transgender

You'll get faster. You'll need to figure some stuff out for laser, if you go down that route. I eventually found that pre-surgery prep videos are a good way to learn to shave sensitive areas.

I also found that I don't need to be silky smooth every day. I still shave my face with a Harry's razor and cream (sometimes twice a day), and if I need to shave my legs (or anything else) I use a Harry's razor with a thin layer EOS cream shave. It's more like a shaving lotion or butter, and comes in a pump.

I always shave with the grain, and then can follow against if I need to and the area isn't too sensitive.

But the real game changer for me has been this electric razor. I did considerable review shopping before I found it, and it's glorious. You can replace the blades and foils, it works wet or dry, has a trimmer, and good power. Per the reviews, only use it if you are super wet (I use the same cream shave in this case) or super dry. When I shave dry, I can get most of my body in about 20 minutes. I pull down with the grain of the hair, slightly angling the razor so the clipper part (not extended) catches long hair before it reaches the foil. I then pull back in the opposite direction. If I need to, I can make multiple passes without irritation. I'll usually just hit one half of a limb at a time, making quick down/up strokes, and then touch up anything I miss. No, it's not as smooth as a razor shave, but it's pretty freaking good, and I can save the hard work for those days when I expect to be skin to skin with someone.

u/Smashpiecer · 6 pointsr/beauty

I find your advice with being comfortable with your genital region very important. Even shaving in the anal region well I sit in good lighting and put a towel under me get out the shaving cream and use a razor. It's the only way to get everything if you are worried about it. You notice you miss a lot generally in the shower to be hairless. Also around the anus go with the the grain of the skin not the opposite direction.

If anyone here doesn't want to wax...
I use an electric razor, this one. Cheap and effective.

Panasonic Electric Shaver for...

I use it for the pubic patch area (courser hair) and I never get ingrown hairs and razor shave the rest of the crotch area and the bikini line. Another good thing if you use this razor on the patch area just buy a dry brush like this

Dry Skin Body Brush - Improves...

You can make the tiny hairs under the skin come out before shaving and you are smooth. You don't even have to shower first to get a smooth shave. I usually wait 2 days maybe 3 to do it again.
Also I never wear underwear unless I'm on my period. This helps a lot with ingrorowns. I never have any.

Would love to try waxing though. Just hate letting it grow out that much.

u/PuppyPavilion · 6 pointsr/SkincareAddiction

I use the pink Panasonic wet/dry shaver and I always keep it fully charged. The less power it has the more it pulls and kinda hurts. So every couple of nights I plug it in. And I've also noticed that if I skip a day it stings a little more, so I try to avoid lazy Sundays for that reason. I think the shorter the hair, the better. All that said I've never cut myself even in the delicate lady bit areas.

u/KellyGreen802 · 5 pointsr/AskTrollX

I got the one below, it’s good for day to day leg shaving and arm pits, for your bits, it is ok for broad grooming but you will still want a regular razor for fine detail

u/backseatredditor · 4 pointsr/POTS

Yes! This was something I put a lot of thought into when I was really sick.

  • /u/mnicoleb1773 already mentioned body wipes, which is an essential for the spoonie life. We're living in the golden age of body wipes and I love it. There are the medical grade ones (like these) and the fancier ones they sell in stores now for, like, "active people on the go", and the deodorant ones just for underarms, or whatever. For vulva-owners, I definitely recommend a wipe designed for that area.

  • After the wipes, a good body powder is sometimes helpful (I love Lush's "silky underwear" to use under arms and the underboob area).

  • For hair, if yours is short enough you can use rinse-free shampoo (some even come in a shower cap form where you just put it on and smoosh it around and throw it out). I usually fared better with dry shampoo and a re-hydrating spray for curly/wavy hair since my ends tend to dry out.

  • And then there's shaving. Get an electric shaver that works dry. I got this basic one for $18, and it's absolutely good enough. I even use it on underarms after getting the area clean and thoroughly dry (a tiny bit of powder rubbed in before is helpful to reduce friction).

  • Another option for shaving is the shave cream by EOS. It can be used dry! And it works as long as your razor is good and sharp and you go a tiny bit slower. (I wiped a damp washcloth on my legs first and that seemed to help) And then follow it with a damp cloth to get the residue. And you can just be sitting on the floor to do this anywhere.

  • When I was feeling ambitious enough to shower, a stool was essential. My shower is tiny, and this one still fit. If you've got a bigger shower stall (or even a tub!) you can find some cuter shower chairs, even.

  • And I would sit to floss. And really just, any time that it was logistically possible.
u/Heart_of_Tara · 3 pointsr/TheGirlSurvivalGuide

Me too! I wound up ordering this one from Amazon tonight. The reviews were pretty good and it has a charger and a trimmer. I figure that if it turns out to be junk, at least it was $20 and not $50 or somesuch.

u/LeagueImaginaryWomen · 3 pointsr/beauty

AlexandrasGirlyTalk has some great tips on shaving, she even did a bikini line maintenance routine video. I tend to wax my bikini line during the summer, but for more intimate areas like closely around my vulva, I like to use electric shavers. I use this one from Panasonic. It's ok, not super great but it is really quick (and cheap) and easy to use.

u/idkmaura · 3 pointsr/running

I had to change my shaving routine for running because my bikini line became so embarrassing with the rashes and ingrown hairs! I switched to an electric razor:

bought a post-shave exfoliant:

and a hair growth body cream to make up for the fact that electric razors don't get as close of a shave as regular blades:

at first the extra steps were annoying but now I feel like I'm pampering myself a bit. I still try to avoid shaving the night before a long run but it doesn't result in a rash if I do

u/cbratty · 3 pointsr/AskWomen

This is the one I use!

u/living06 · 3 pointsr/SkincareAddicts

I really felt your pain while reading this post. I myself suffered for horrible ingrowns, infected puss bumps, and ugly dark scars. It really affected my self esteem. My first suggestion is to try electric shaving if you already don't . Here is the shaver i tried out

It improved my problems noticeably but not completely about 60-70% improvement. I also found that exfoliation even though it's recommended actually made everything darker and more irritated. So try not exfoliating . Despite all of these improvements I still felt ugly and gross and was fed up.

... So I got laser and my life literally changed in a day. I've never been so proud of a decision in my life . With the very first session 40% of my hair was gone! And it barely felt like anything ! No ingrowns and the scars that I thought I would have to bleach or get some type of fancy treatment to get rid of started fading instantly. It's the constant irritation of shaving that doesn't allow scars to fade. However, definitely try my first suggestion with the electric razor first. It's a lot cheaper and might work out for you.

u/toldtherewouldbecake · 3 pointsr/TheGirlSurvivalGuide

I can shave my legs maybe once a week. Any more than that I get ingrown hairs. None of the prevention tips have ever worked for me. I don’t even attempt to shave my bikini line. Ingrowns there are a nightmare.

Magic cream shave (a depilatory cream for black men) is what I had been using for my bikini line. Sometimes my legs also. But it is messy and smelly.

More recently I bought Panasonic electric shaver and veet trimmer for my bikini line. Complete game changer! It doesn’t give you as close of a shave but I can shave every ingrowns.

u/GherkinJerkin · 3 pointsr/Random_Acts_Of_Amazon

This one do not recommend using it wet, though! I've had mine two years and the battery is starting to drain a little bit faster the older it gets but it still works great. I've also never replaced the blades but it says to every 6 months.

u/Kalistar · 2 pointsr/TheGirlSurvivalGuide

I bought this trimmer and it's been working out well. You can probably find a comparable one at a store!

u/GoodGivingGrant · 2 pointsr/poledancing

Shaving your legs can be a huge pain in the ass but I have found it makes a gigantic difference in my ability to not only grip the pole but maintain my stamina during multiple classes. If you happen to sweat heavily (like me), your body hair is not only collecting and creating more moisture but it's preventing anything you apply on your skin from being fully effective. Grip aid, for example, just gets caught on the hair instead of your thighs. If you've been using a razor for shaving, I would ditch it and instead pick up a simple electric wet/dry razor instead. You can even get away with just shaving your inner thighs and back of knees if those are the areas of greatest concern.

u/queueing · 2 pointsr/AskTrollX

I have this one and it does its job!

u/SkylerEnby_ · 2 pointsr/asktransgender

For leg hair I use an electric razor, but it doesn't do well on faces or sensitive areas (because of the trimmers) so I'm still looking for a solution there.

u/lunarbabex · 2 pointsr/AskWomen

here ya go! trimmer

u/LPJekaterina · 2 pointsr/stripper

Panasonic Electric Shaver for Women, Cordless 3 Blade Razor, Pop-Up Trimmer, Close Curves, Wet Dry Operation,  - ES2207P

I just bought this based on a recommendation from a stripper I watch on YouTube for makeup/dancing tips. It's awesome, it doesn't irritate whatsoever and shaves very close. It's also very quick, as opposed to epilating(plus epilating hurts like hell). I used to get bad razor bumps but not anymore with this!! I just bought a Groupon for laser but I know laser isn't a one and done thing, so meanwhile I'll have to rely on this.

u/PenelopePeril · 2 pointsr/CrohnsDisease

You can try an electric razor. This one is marketed to women, but I've used it for bikini-line shaping and it worked well enough. I don't see why it, or a similar one, wouldn't work around the corner. It might require some contortioning, but it's less worrysome than a straight edge razor.

u/Luckystar812 · 2 pointsr/Random_Acts_Of_Amazon

EVERYONE should have one of these. It would make our bodies super silky smooth (better than normal straight razors can). Maybe bath time would be a little more fun.

u/DodgyBollocks · 2 pointsr/TheGirlSurvivalGuide

I've had really good luck with my Remington, I was going to get the one with the swivel head but this one was much cheaper and got good reviews. I've only had it since christmas but I adore it for my legs and armpits, both of which usually get very irritated with shaving and get ingrowns. No irritation since I switched and only one ingrown!

u/DevilishDreamer · 2 pointsr/ladyshavers

I have one of these, and it serves me quite faithfully. Many reviews say that it's lasted them years, I've only had mine for six or so months. I would recommend it, and purchase it again.

u/DoraTrix · 2 pointsr/asktransgender

The one I use is a Panasonic, but it's like 10 years old and discontinued. When it dies or I can't find replacement blades anymore, I'll probably grab one of these:

u/boobs_and_a_beard · 1 pointr/TrollXChromosomes

Try an electric shaver, like this one:

It changed my life. It even works on long, 3-month growth. I used to cut up my legs horribly with a razor, no matter how careful I was. Now I can just do a quick dry shave in a few minutes and no blood!

u/TrashyTripod · 1 pointr/PCOSloseit

I use an electric razor from Amazon. Specifically this one:

I use it to dry shave and I absolutely love it. Plus its rechargeable.

u/NotSuzyHomemaker · 1 pointr/Random_Acts_Of_Amazon

First... TALISMAN! Oh god what an amazing book!!!! <3

Ahem, ok back to the program!

This dog toy was gifted to me a while back for my dachshund and he LOVED IT. Normally this type of toy will last about 3 hours with Harley. But this one lasted DAYS.

Another dog toy is this type of Kong. When I got it I was like ... yeah he's going to kill that in no time. But the strangest thing happened.... he did destroy it but lo and behold, there is a ball in there (the larger one) that is just a smidge too big for his mouth. He can get it in his mouth but it takes some work. Anyway, my dog LOVES that darned ball. It's been like 2 months and he still has it. It's amazing. And he so loves that thing.

Since you have a Kindle Fire on your wishlist, you should also add a cover. I found this one to be very well rated plus come in a very good variety of colors and pattersn.

Another must have item to go with that wishlist entry would be [screen protectors](

Last but not least, cables to hook the tablet up to your tv so you can watch movies on the big screen!

As for an item I need, I could really use one of these and you just do not want to know how badly I could use it =P

As for your happy picture, here is Harley when we got the first toy. He was very excited!
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u/Shaysdays · 1 pointr/MomForAMinute

I use one of these and just shave right before I head out with dry skin over the toilet. It’s not like, absolutely perfect but I never nick myself and I can have my contacts in (I also have shitty vision) and use regular room light.

Also I can use the trimmer for my bathing suit lines and then shave down using the guarded blade part.

Never have bumps, either. I have dark hair and light skin so I can’t get away without doing it every day if I’m wearing skirts/shorts all the time, but most of the time I’m in jeans or long skirts so that doesn’t bug me- it’s quick, painless, and doesn’t need any extra prep.

u/binaryAegis · 1 pointr/MtF

First and foremost, please don't kill yourself. You need to go see a therapist right now. If that's not at all possible, here's the number for the suicide prevention hotline, which is free and confidential: 1-800-273-8255.

>I feel i'll always be an outsider looking in.

This is imposter syndrome, and it's something that I think many of us deal with or have dealt with. I'm in a very similar situation to you. I just recently turned 28, pre-everything, and have often felt like no matter what I do it will always feel fake.

One thing, that has helped me tremendously as of late, is getting serious about improving my self care routine. Get some really nice conditioner for your hair (I like this one: Aussie Miracle conditioner), exfoliate your skin, get a decent razor to take care of your body hair (I use this one for my arms, legs, chest, back, and even face, and it works great and is completely waterproof: Panasonic Electric Wet/Dry (Be sure to use the pop-up trimmer the first time you use it)), get some body lotion (I just picked this one up the other day and I love it: 'You Are Amazing' Lavender Fields)

It doesn't seem like much, but just taking special care of my body instead of letting it waste away like I had been (since I'm obviously dysphoric about it so why take care of something I hate) has drastically improved my current outlook on life.

You are not alone okay. We're all in this together little sis.

u/ProFalseIdol · 1 pointr/gadgets

About to buy these:

u/misseff · 1 pointr/SkincareAddiction

So I use this to do most of my shaving unless I'm about to laser myself and need to shave with a razor(I got one of the at home laser things, but I'm lazy about it). It's more of a very, very close trim than an actual close shave, it just kind of leaves the very short soft remnant of a hair so I don't have to deal with that spiky stubble I get after shaving. My skin is also extremely sensitive and it doesn't irritate my skin at all. I have very dark hair and relatively fair skin and you can't really tell it's not a close shave from a normal distance.

There are electric razors like this but I have found them a little uncomfortable to use in the past and didn't like the shave I got with them.

u/WokeScully · 1 pointr/SkincareAddiction

I use this one: Panasonic Electric Shaver for Women, Cordless 3 Blade Razor, Pop-Up Trimmer, Close Curves, Wet Dry Operation, Independent Floating Heads - ES2207P

It’s honestly awesome, saved my armpits too! And as an added bonus, if I’m rushed in the morning, I don’t even have to use water.

u/stormsong19 · 1 pointr/FemdomCommunity

This. There are some amazing ones on amazon for fairly cheap, and the difference in quality of shave is night and day. I bought this one back in November and its still working great. And its gone down in price since I bought it, its now under 20 dollars. Panasonic Electric Shaver for Women, ES2207P, Close Curves Electronic Shaver, 3-Blade Cordless Electric Razor and Pop-Up Trimmer, Wet or Dry Shaver Operation

u/Michellediva · 1 pointr/asktransgender

laser will take 8 months to a year, I have the same problem and I just said screw it and getting my whole body done. The only thing I can shave with that doesn't give me razor bumps is this electric razor here:

u/ChaoticxSerenity · 1 pointr/AskMen

Sorry I thought you were looking for shavers. This one has a pop-up trimmer, and it's shape makes it easier to hold:

u/abillionbells · 1 pointr/SkincareAddiction

My butch wife uses this one on her legs after she's let them grow out:

It works really well and creates a close shave, and the plug-in situation is good.

u/vaporflavor · 1 pointr/SkincareAddiction

This is what I use. Also I don't shave with a razor often. I use an electric shaver which also seems to help.

u/TS_Chloe · 1 pointr/asktransgender

I got the DESS permanent hair removal device. It works amazing. I also use this electric razor that works great. It's only around $15 and it blades are good for like 6 months for me. In combination it's good enough after a couple laser sessions. I would also recommend getting professional laser hair removal for the face done at a clinic, their lasers are more powerful. Typically laser sessions are $100-$250 a month, or total around $1500-$2500.

u/SigmaSeed · 1 pointr/Random_Acts_Of_Amazon

That was easy :P

This shaver would be appreciated :)

I took, like, a million webcam pics just now, but none of them would actually save, so here's an older one:

u/limes05 · 1 pointr/TrollXChromosomes

Electric razor. Bought mine from Amazon. Not quite as smooth as a wax but pretty much zero pain (as long as you trim really long hair before having the area), NO RAZOR BURN and because its so painless I keep up with it WAY more often than I did waxes. Plus it only takes a few minutes and mine works dry and wet. 100% worth it.

This is the one I have:

Not an ad! Just genuinely understand this post lol.

u/mooducky98 · 0 pointsr/Parenting

Why not do an electric/ battery razor I switched to one of those after getting tired of having cuts from a regular razor.. I know they don’t get a close a regular razor.

This is one I used and like razor

u/FweeSpeech · -15 pointsr/AdviceAnimals

I never said it was fair. xD

I also didn't say they had to do more than use a $20 electric razor in the process.