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I am in love with this shave cream

The name is, well, a bit on the *nudge* *nudge* *wink* *wink* side of things, given the history, but the Coochy shave cream is the best I have ever found for shaving my legs.

The history and original purpose of this product is pretty obvious, but that is also what makes it supremely great for shaving in general: super slick and very moisturizing. It's designed to make intimate shaving better and less prone to razor burn and ingrown hairs.

I've been using it for about a week now, legs, bikini line, and pits. I'm not super hairy, never have been, but I can always feel a touch of stubble every morning, so I shave daily. I actually enjoy the routine of it.

I can tell you that after a week, my spouse really noticed a difference. She remarked, the other day, that my skin was feeling really soft and smooth. I've noticed a reduced sense of stubble as well. I've also noticed that I'm seeing less and less in the way of razor burn, especially on the bikini line.

So, it is expensive. A 7.2 oz tube is $24 Canadian on Amazon. However, this is really a case of a little goes a long way. I use about an almond-sized amount per leg and I'm still thinking I may be using more than I need. So it stretches, a lot. I have lots remaining, but I ordered another tube, just not frosted cake this time, a little too sugary smelling to me. Anyways, I have this tendency to always have a backup of any product I use, always buying again just as I open the backup. Keeps me from running out. :)

My advice? If you shave your gams, you need to try this. It's truly the best shaving cream I've encountered and I've tried tons, for men and women.

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