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Reddit mentions of Monistat Care Chafing Relief Powder Gel | Anti Chafe Protection | 1.5 OZ

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We found 16 Reddit mentions of Monistat Care Chafing Relief Powder Gel | Anti Chafe Protection | 1.5 OZ. Here are the top ones.

Monistat Care Chafing Relief Powder Gel | Anti Chafe Protection | 1.5 OZ
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  • Prevents and relieves chafing and skin irritation on inner thighs, bikini area, under arms and breasts
  • Unique formula glides on skin, dries silky smooth, and fights friction
  • Non-greasy, fragrance-free formula that won't stain clothing
  • Clinically tested, non-irritating formula gentle enough to use every day
  • Combines the benefits of lotion and powder; protects skin, relieves uncomfortable irritation, and reduces the appearance of redness
Height5.94 inches
Length1 inches
Number of items1
Size1.5 Ounce (Pack of 1)
Weight0.09375 pounds
Width2.5 inches

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Found 16 comments on Monistat Care Chafing Relief Powder Gel | Anti Chafe Protection | 1.5 OZ:

u/BagOfAssholes · 19 pointsr/TrollXChromosomes

Skimmies are light like underknickers, long like bike shorts. Or, anti chafing goop like this here Monistat that doesn't have anything to do with crotch itch complaints

u/Mindelan · 6 pointsr/pics

That's awesome man.

For anyone who has chafing problems now (especially between your thighs), Anti-Chafe Powder-Gel is totally a thing that exists to solve this problem. I never knew about the stuff until I saw it being recommented on makeup blogs as makeup primer (same ingredients.)

The most popular brand is this one. It's Monistat, but has nothing to do with yeast infections, is fragrance free, and totally usable by both dudes and women. You can find it cheaper online or at most drugstores.

u/klyncastle · 5 pointsr/PlusSize

My advice is to pick 1 or 2 features about yourself that you like (or at least tolerate) and try to highlight those while making those features that you might be uncomfortable with more subtle. For me, I try to find tops/dresses that accentuate my modest bust (like a babydoll top) and/or are nipped in at the waist (like a peplum blazer or top) that have a little extra fabric or flare out slightly so that it does not cling to my stomach/lower abdomen.

My cousin is the tall one in the family and likes to emphasize her legs, hide her arms, big bust, and lower abdomen. So she wears things like more flowy cold-shoulder tops or off the shoulder skater dresses.

There are also jumpsuits and walk-through rompers now that are roomy on the bottom, cute swimdresses, and a bunch of jeggings (often made with a good amount of spandex-like material, similar to shapewear, with a lot of stretch that can actually help smooth out some bulges and make you look skinnier).

You can also use the illusion of lace, mesh, and chiffon -type material to "obscure" while still not appearing as though you're too covered up or that you're overtly trying to hide something. Though these fabrics are not always your friend as they can be clingy and do not have much stretch to them, in certain cuts and in certain areas of the outfit they can open up a few more girly and/or sexy options for your wardrobe.

Spanx has become synonymous with shapewear, but it's just one (fairly expensive) brand of many. Shapewear is an option, but most plus size women I know don't use it as an everyday tool if they don't have to, but rather for special occasions/events. There are often different levels of "power" (which basically means how tight do you want it to suck you in?) and various cuts, but for smoothing out the lower abdomen, I would personally recommend something like the hi-waist boyshort shapewear to smooth out a little above and below the area as well. Also be mindful that in the summer that type of fabric can make you quite heated and sweaty and, if you have to go to the bathroom, it can be a struggle to get the shapewear back into place, similar to a wet bathing suit, though not impossible. Women do wear it all the time, I'm not trying to talk you out of shapewear. I definitely use it whenever I wear a dress/skirt. I would also recommend Chafing Relief Powder Gel to prevent "chub rub" if your thighs rub together or any rashy/raw areas that can develop around the groin area from time to time when wearing shapewear or life in general.

*I know I linked a lot of Torrid.com things, but those are just for example-sake and the fact that some of Torrid's clothes will show you what the same item looks like on different sized models 1x, 2x, 4x, which can be helpful. Torrid itself is expensive and you should never pay full price for any of their stuff if you don't have to. But they are always having a sale and things are always on clearance so there shouldn't really be a reason to.

u/forgetful-turtle · 3 pointsr/PCOS

Mehron Makeup - Celebre Pro-HD Cream Face & Body Makeup.

Thick and opaque, I use for chin concealer - just be sure to really moisturize and use primer if your face is dry. This is basically stage makeup - so be sure to wash off at the end of the day.
You will need powder to keep from rubbing off, they also have a setting powder I haven’t tried with antiperspirant, seems like a fabulous idea.

Depressing pro tip: Best makeup info for these problems I’ve always found on Transgender / drag queen message boards.

Oh and dirt cheap $5 “primer”, same ingredient as pricy stuff.
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u/fishfeathers · 2 pointsr/SkincareAddiction

There's this product called Bandelettes that are kind of like garters that you wear to prevent thigh chafing. I haven't used them personally but I've heard good things about them from others. I also love love love this Monistat anti-chafing powder gel, which incidentally is also an excellent makeup primer.

u/ReginaGeorgeHarrison · 2 pointsr/badwomensanatomy

[Here you go!] (https://www.amazon.com/Monistat-Soothing-Chafing-Powder-Gel-1-5-Ounce/dp/B00AXVJF52)

I pick it up at any drugstore for $3-$5. It's unmedicated, unlike regular monistat. No color, no scent, just magic matte pore vanisher. I found this out while skiing; many of the ski instructors use it on their skin to prevent cold chafing. The texture and effect is comparable to Smashbox or NARS.

u/rosieramblings · 2 pointsr/xxfitness

Monistat Soothing Care Chafing Relief Powder-Gel, 1.5-Ounce https://www.amazon.com/dp/B00AXVJF52/ref=cm_sw_r_cp_api_krqRyb6MQW48C

I see this recommended all the time by plus size girls on YouTube in the summer time. I think this might be what you're looking for!

u/cookiedoughbreakfast · 2 pointsr/xxketo

this stuff is great for chub rub in the mean time. I live in NoVA and it's the only thing that saves me.

u/Drenkn · 2 pointsr/AskWomen

MONISTAT Complete Care Chafing Relief Powder Gel 1.5 oz https://www.amazon.com/dp/B00AXVJF52/ref=cm_sw_r_cp_tai_4nxjzbD43NFKE = game changer.

u/[deleted] · 1 pointr/xxfitness

Baby powder works okay, but I've found that anti-chafing gels like Lanacane or Monistat work longer and feel smoother.

u/beeboe · 1 pointr/weddingplanning

I struggle with spanx as well, even with the open crotch, after a few drinks I find myself not able to work the open crotch hole as easily as earlier in the night lol.. but i would maybe buy them and try them out on a day that is not your wedding and see how you like them! Nordstrom rack has them for pretty cheap!
For chafing I highly recommend this stuff: MONISTAT Chafing Relief Powder Gel 1.5 oz ( https://www.amazon.com/dp/B00AXVJF52/ref=cm_sw_r_cp_api_i_wgMRCb5JYZDJ ) I chaf, so so so so bad and live in Texas... this stuff has saved me countless times, music festivals and all. It’ll get you thru.

u/glamhackca · 1 pointr/DIYBeauty

Ugh. Sorry if I'm getting a little bit frustrated with this, but you're really not stating your problem clearly here. If you describe what effect you're after in more detail, and what purpose the cream serves, it would be a lot easier to point you to something.
So far I gather : you need to prevent dryness, add moisture if possible, and prevent it from feeling unpleasant when rubbing against fabric. Sounds like an occlusive / anti-chafing gel more than a moisturizer.

Here is a really good product that's specifically designed for women's parts. I have it at home and it's really great for making the skin feel smooth and comfortable, and retaining moisture : https://www.amazon.com/MONISTAT-Complete-Chafing-Relief-Powder/dp/B00AXVJF52/

In the UK specifically, searching for "anti-chafing gel", there seem to be a couple of options :
Lanacane : I've had this one before and it's not as smooth / silky as the Monistat one, but it's ok.

These two - I have no idea if they're good but have good reviews and the first one has suitable ingredients :

Won't recommend you DIY this because it has more complex ingredients that you'll need to source and figure out how to assemble.

u/Moppiness · 1 pointr/saggyboobsproblems

I recently had the worst red rash under both, I had searched for ways to clear it up and nothing was working (anti-fungal creams, cornstarch, powders).
I was going to use Anti-Monkey Butt or MONISTAT Chafing Relief Powder Gel once the rashes healed, but since nothing was helping I started using the MONISTAT Chafing Relief Powder Gel. I apply it after showering and my skin is finally back to a normal color with no more smells or itching.


(Doubles as a cheap makeup primer https://www.makeupalley.com/product/showreview.asp/page=78/pagesize=10/ItemID=98437/SortBy=date-desc/)

u/AskMrScience · 1 pointr/bigboobproblems

It can be hard to tell heat rash from fungal infection from just plain old irritated underboob skin, so you may have to try a few things before you find a good solution.

I've seen a lot of women recommend Gold Bond medicated powder for underboob sweat and irritation during the summer. It absorbs moisture and also contains zinc and menthol, which are anti-fungal/anti-itch.

You can also try Monistat's anti-chaffing gel (aka dimethicone). It goes on like a gel and dries to a powder finish. BONUS: It's also great for preventing "chub rub" in skirts (where your thighs rub together), and is an excellent make-up primer.

u/StackableGoats · 1 pointr/SkincareAddiction

It's definitely worse when I get sweaty, but I was hoping the bra liners would help. They keep my bras fresher for sure but aren't helping the acne. I use this right now on my inner thighs. Is that similar to what you're describing?