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Shaving isn't the only thing that can seriously rub you the wrong way.  There are all kinds of tiny little irritants that you may not exactly love.  Lucky for you, trial and error works miracles when it comes to this kind of thing.

Your dilemma is most likely that your bod is reacting to an item that it isn't compatible with.  Think it out, girlie.  Could it be your soap?  Your deodorant?  Your lotion?

For the next few days, swap one of those items out for another version of it.  If you swapped your soap and nothing changed, then you know your soap isn’t the problem.  Then bam, you can move on to the next one.

When you find the culprit, skim through the ingredients.  One of those buddies is the one causing your irritation. Chances are, it’s a chemical-heavy product or a highly fragrant one.
 

BY JORDAN SARNOVSKY ON 11/7/2013 12:00:00 PM

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