Poopy diapers really are not that bad to clean up. I suggest personally that if you are a male that you shave your butt area. Peter does and it makes cleaning up his messes a ton easier. Here are some quick tips for shaving your butt area without the itch so famously known for after shaving (Peter does this and he hasn’t itched since):

  • Use Nair For Men to get rid of the outside butt hair off (not the inside as you are not suppose to get it close to your ‘anus’ per the instructions).
  • Use a hair trimmer or shaver to get rid of any excess and use to shave inside the crack area to get rid of a lot of the hairs.  This way it doesn’t cut into the root of the hair which causes a lot of the itching you experience.
  • Use a good moisturizer lotion afterwards and every time you get out of the shower all over your butt.
  • Always use baby powder when putting on a diaper or changing.
If you are looking for a good moisturizer I would suggest this one: Secura Moisturizing Lotion 8 Fluid Ounce Bottle
These are some helpful tips for making messy diaper changes easier to cleanup and also preventing that itchiness that comes with shaving.  Don’t use a razor as that will for sure cause you to itch down there and from experience (both Peter and I) – its not fun at all.

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  1. Todd September 25, 2008 at 9:09 pm - Reply

    My question is how is there supposed to be an advantage if you can’t get the cream inside your butt crack which is where the most hair and the thickest hair is since it’s not supposed to be near your anus?

  2. William January 12, 2010 at 1:53 am - Reply

    Wow ive always wondered how to get around that. Thats my only hair area Weird

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