Manscaping - (from Implants)

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Re: Manscaping - (from Implants)

Postby ocitgo » Fri Dec 01, 2017 6:51 am

Hair provides a lube effect. The reason I have hair there but not on my head.
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Re: Manscaping - (from Implants)

Postby ShopMan » Mon Dec 04, 2017 9:00 pm

Tybeeman wrote:I have one word for everyone Mangroomer. It is a little costly ($55.00) But it is the greatest tool I have ever purchased. Little scary at first and it you are not shaved down there you will need at antibiotic cream with a numbing in it. I shave everything from my ass to my belly bottom and it feel great. Had a girl friend that shaved me the first time and immediately gave me a rim job while stoking me. I am clean shaven ever since. Boys we don't like going down on hair pussy they don't like going down on hair cocks. Plus in the hot summer if feels great.

Is there a possibility of one nicking himself with the mangroomer? Last time I tried a electric groomer down thar it left me with several nicks on my scrotum. I would consider the mangroomer if I thought this would not be a problem. (nicked ball sack)
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Re: Manscaping - (from Implants)

Postby Casey70 » Tue Dec 05, 2017 8:08 pm

I use the Philips BG2024/15 Body Groomer (about £35) which gives a quite close trim (without the supplied guard) that is almost akin to shaving, without the problems you can get with shaving. In a couple of years I have never had a single nick, it is very safe. I have trimmed my backside for many years with good results - much cleaner - and later moved on to chest and finally the full frontal job. I wouldn't go back to hair down there again. I trim about once a fortnight.

When first starting (and possibly later too) I find that two sessions are best, do a first trim and a second closer trim a day later. It's not easy to manipulate around all those nooks and crannies and after a while one's hand starts trembling, which you don't want, so rest and resume later.

I'd love to find a depilitatory cream that works without setting my gonads on fire, but I'm not brave enough to try any yet.

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I should add that my chest and pubic hair is mainly grey, which is another reason for not wanting it hanging around. Yes, I know it's vanity.
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Re: Manscaping - (from Implants)

Postby Barespirits » Sat Dec 09, 2017 11:45 am

Very clean and smooth looking. Good job !!
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Re: Manscaping - (from Implants)

Postby Casey70 » Sat Dec 09, 2017 6:19 pm

Thanks Barespirits. I know it's not everyone's cup of tea, but I am sold on the bare look and will continue for as long as I can.

In the interests of transparency (and please excuse the off-topic excursion) the pic in my previous post was taken a couple of years ago when I was 73, before my prostatectomy. This pic was taken 1.5 months after the operation, at age 75. You will note the 5" scar and the neat line of 20 metal staple marks. I think that many on this site have had the robotic procedure, and initially I was keen to have that also. My health area doesn't offer the robot but I could have asked to be treated elsewhere where they did. In the end and after much research I decided that I actually wanted the open procedure. I was out in just over two days with no problems mercifully (except for 25 days of those stomach injections) and the scar is receding. I also have to say that my penis has shrunk about 1/4 inch in length. It looks like more in the pic but it would respond to a little stimulation to bring it almost back to the size in the first pic. I can stretch it up to the top of the scar. Unfortunately I have as yet to achieve any more than a rare soft semi erection.

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Re: Manscaping - (from Implants)

Postby ddbryan1972 » Sat Dec 09, 2017 6:38 pm

Since my implant,
I tried trimming. I tried shaving. I tried Veet and burned my sack.I nicked myself trying to shave my sack. I've decided to go full bushman.I'm a very hairy man s no more shaving or trimming . I Like the look and wife doesn't complain. Don't even want to trim my beard but my wife will eventually insist.
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Re: Manscaping - (from Implants)

Postby dtwarren1942 » Sun Dec 10, 2017 3:37 pm

Just bought off Amazon a Norolco Bodygroomer 1100 series (battery operated) for $19. I used it this morning and it did a good job.
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Re: Manscaping - (from Implants)

Postby Casey70 » Mon Dec 11, 2017 7:42 pm

Yeah, we have them on Amazon too, for $48. Jeez.
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Re: Manscaping - (from Implants)

Postby Hunchback » Thu Dec 14, 2017 4:03 pm

It's usually my wife who takes care of my "hairdo", and this is her favourite:

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Re: Manscaping - (from Implants)

Postby David_R » Thu Dec 14, 2017 4:06 pm

Hunchback, there has got to be at least one joke about the name of this style of manscaping that is your wife's favourite. ;)
Baltimore area. Age 68. Prostatectomy in 2000, CX inserted in 2002. Wore out after 12 yrs., got LGX in 2014. I am glad I had them both. My great urologist is Dr. Marc Siegelbaum. (After regular inflating I regained my original length and girth.)


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