How do I fix a red ass crack?

  • phonehome123

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    Jul 24, 2015 2:00 AM GMT
    I got my crack and sack waxed for the first time a about 2 weeks ago.

    Everything went great. My skin didn't get inflamed or anything. No ugly bumps or pimples.

    But I have noticed that the skin around my asshole and up inside my crack (basically all the bits with skin to skin contact) is now a pinky flesh color. It stands out against my normal white skin tone.

    It's not itchy or scaly. So I'm pretty sure it's not a rash. I didn't even notice until I decided to bend over and take a good look.

    But I would rather it all be the same color as my normal skin.

    Has anyone experienced this before? How do I get rid of it?
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    Jul 24, 2015 2:04 AM GMT
    phonehome123 saidMy skin didn't get inflamed or anything. No ugly bumps or pimples.

    Haha.....just wait a few more days when that shit starts to grow out! icon_lol.gif



    phonehome123 saidHas anyone experienced this before? How do I get rid of it?

    Stop trying to look like a chick. icon_rolleyes.gif
  • phonehome123

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    Jul 24, 2015 2:10 AM GMT
    Has already started to grow out with no problems (maybe two to three red bumps total).
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    Jul 24, 2015 2:15 AM GMT
    Hahahahaha!!! This has to be voted topic of the week or month or year. So fucking funny!!
  • phonehome123

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    Jul 24, 2015 2:22 AM GMT
    I haven't been round these forums in a while, but if this is the funniest thing all year RJ really needs to lift their game icon_razz.gif
  • hebrewman

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    Jul 24, 2015 7:28 AM GMT
    seriously. why would you do that shit. you're a man. not a chick. believe it or not, most men like men who do not want to look like a woman. yuck. you've got fur. be proud of it.
  • Antarktis

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    Jul 24, 2015 10:39 AM GMT
    Not sure what to say...gold bond maybe?
    Some things you should just let stay a curiosity
  • Oceans_of_Flo...

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    Jul 24, 2015 8:50 PM GMT

    I'm not being funny - go to Walgreens and get diaper rash ointment. Your skin is chafed and not used to rubbing its neighbor.
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    Jul 24, 2015 9:16 PM GMT
    spray tan?
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    Jul 24, 2015 10:22 PM GMT
    Oceans_of_Flowers said
    I'm not being funny - go to Walgreens and get diaper rash ointment.


    Well, he's apparently going for that infant look so this could be an appropriate suggestion. icon_lol.gif
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    Jul 25, 2015 12:18 AM GMT
    We need some pics to ASSess your problem
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    Jul 25, 2015 5:28 AM GMT
    AlphaBetaZero saidWe need some pics to ASSess your problem


    shaving-bumps-1024x768.jpg

    Here ya go......

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    Jul 25, 2015 6:16 AM GMT
    Your skin just experienced a substantial level of trauma for the first time in a sensitive area. Two weeks would typically be enough time to heal but because the surfaces are in almost constant contact with each other the process is prolonged. Diaper rash ointment or even just some toilet paper to help dry out the surfaces while you're going about your everyday life should help...
  • CheeseKraut

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    Jul 25, 2015 9:08 PM GMT
    Oceans_of_Flowers said
    I'm not being funny - go to Walgreens and get diaper rash ointment. Your skin is chafed and not used to rubbing its neighbor.


    What he said. Any kind of ointment that has zinc oxide.
    Just a couple of days will help.

    I like a very close trim better than a clean shave.
    Mr. Otis regrets he's unable to have his ballsack waxed today.
    This is not the area to stick-n-rip.

    If you have to get rid of hair go for the thai girl with the flashing light.
    Shaving foh the chin hair onry!
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    Nov 21, 2015 1:18 PM GMT
    Crotch & underarm hair serve as dry lubricants against skin-to-skin friction & chaffing. An athletic & active man probably should not remove them. Hair on the balls & dick can be removed by shaving or trimming short, there's usually no skin friction issue at those sites.

    Shaving can produce severe itching as the hair grows back, particularly if it's coarse. The hair shaft is thick & blunt where cut, the returning stubble like a stiff brush. Hair that is plucked or waxed grows in new, with the hair end tapered & softer. That's why we don't itch when hair falls out naturally and a replacement grows back from the root. But waxing can irritate the skin.

    In the meantime, I would recommend using a lotion in that area to soothe the skin. One of the relatively inexpensive Vaseline Intensive Care products we have in the US would work. I prefer those with aloe.
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    Nov 30, 2015 1:51 PM GMT
    Transition to a hairless Asian.
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    Dec 01, 2015 4:18 PM GMT
    Why, why, why…. icon_rolleyes.gif