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Reddit mentions of Razorless Shaving for Men by SoftSheen-Carson Magic Skin Conditioning Shaving Powder, with Vitamin E and Aloe, Formulated for Black Men, Depilatory, Helps Stop Razor Bumps, 4.5 Ounce

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We found 22 Reddit mentions of Razorless Shaving for Men by SoftSheen-Carson Magic Skin Conditioning Shaving Powder, with Vitamin E and Aloe, Formulated for Black Men, Depilatory, Helps Stop Razor Bumps, 4.5 Ounce. Here are the top ones.

Razorless Shaving for Men by SoftSheen-Carson Magic Skin Conditioning Shaving Powder, with Vitamin E and Aloe, Formulated for Black Men, Depilatory, Helps Stop Razor Bumps, 4.5 Ounce
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  • Razorless Shaving Powder: Formulated especially for Black Men to help stop razor bumps, this Shaving Powder (depilatory) provides a clean, razorless shave. This formula features a light, fresh fragrance
  • For All Beard Types: Our Magic Razorless Shaving Powder comes in 4 formulations: Skin Conditioning, With Fragrance, Regular Strength and Extra Strength. Also available in the cream shave formulation.
  • Shaving Products: We make an array of products for all beard types and shaved heads, including razorless depilatory creams and powders to prevent razor bumps, plus exfoliating cleansers and moisturizers.
  • For Mens' Grooming Needs: From shaving to hair color, pomade and hair moisturizer, find the products specifically formulated for black men that suit your grooming routine.
  • Softsheen-Carson: For over 110 years we have provided beauty to all consumers of African descent with our innovative, tailor-made, superior products and services specially designed for their needs.
Height3.86 Inches
Length2.28 Inches
Number of items1
Release dateFebruary 2015
Size4.5 Ounce (Pack of 1)
Weight0.0013448197982 Pounds
Width2.28 Inches

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Found 22 comments on Razorless Shaving for Men by SoftSheen-Carson Magic Skin Conditioning Shaving Powder, with Vitamin E and Aloe, Formulated for Black Men, Depilatory, Helps Stop Razor Bumps, 4.5 Ounce:

u/a_dream_to_meat · 38 pointsr/funny

Magic Shave

Trust me.

Test a patch of on your inner thigh first to make sure it doesn't irritate your skin.

I normally clean things up a bit with a trimmer and then mix equal parts Magic Shave with water in a small Tupperware container. Then I slather it all over my shaft/ balls/ taint/ all the way up my butt crack. Let it sit for 4 1/2 minutes and then jump in the shower with a wash cloth. The hairs will wipe right off.

Viola. Smooth as silk.

u/Bluqbe · 9 pointsr/feminineboys

I use Magic Shave Powder which works, for me at least, like nair, but better, and with less irritation. It's gotten rid of all the ingrowns and razor burn and the vitamin E/aloe formula doesn't irritate me at all unless I've been chafing..

If you do go with it, some advice:

  1. A whole can of the stuff will easily get all the unwanted body hair off of me, someone who's 6'1" but not super hairy above the waist.
  2. I have a 12 oz cup that I use to apply it. Dump the powder into a cup and slowly add water and mix until you reach a consistency a little thinner than pancake batter. Mixing water into the powder goes much better than mixing powder into water for stirring it up. Once you figure out the proportions for the consistency you like (around 1:1 by volume) you can put the water and powder in a lidded container and shake vigorously to make the whole thing go faster
  3. I use a 2" paintbrush to apply it. Just brush it on, doesn't need to be super thick. It takes 5-7 minutes to work well so after I apply it everywhere I use the brush to agitate it anywhere hair is real thick to make sure it gets into the nooks and crannies, I don't know if this actually does anything but it gives me something to do.
  4. Shower afterwards, not before you use it. It's not very irritating but it's a caustic product that dissolves your hair and your skin oils will protect you from it.
  5. It's water activated, so you have to make sure it doesn't dry out after you applied it. You can do this with a little misting bottle full of hot water, by continuing to run the brush over spots that are drying out, or, my favorite, just running a hot shower to keep the whole place nice and steamy. This prevents you from getting patchy hair removal from spots you didn't notice were dried out.
  6. After you've had it on for 5-7 minutes, hop in the shower and scrub yourself down. It's all drain and septic safe, and your hair will be broken down enough to easily go down any drain. Then wash, exfoliate, and moisturize

    Also: It smells, the stronger the stuff you buy, the worse it smells. Don't do it right before you invite a date over.
u/MaybeAngela · 5 pointsr/MtF

I second this if you have access to an epilator they work so much better than shaving. I have also found another product that works really well is this


You can find it at like every Target, Walmart, Dollar General etc. It will be in the ethnic hair care section as it was originally developed for black mens facial hair. Its also super cheap, where I live its two bucks. Heres a youtube video on how to use it on your legs.


u/smackfairy · 4 pointsr/TheGirlSurvivalGuide

I think it's the same but probably last longer. As in, more product? The only thing is it is powder and you mix it with water yourself.

This is the one I got!

u/thebluestuff_ · 3 pointsr/AskWomen

I've heard great things about this hair removal powder. It's meant for black men who often have very thick and coarse hairs, and shaving can give them irritation and bumps. It was suggested somewhere on another /r/AskWomen thread as an alternative to drugstore depilatory creams that other women have been having issues with. I haven't had the chance to try it yet, but it's worth a shot!

u/IAmGuise · 3 pointsr/funny



Mix the powder with water, apply to ass and let it sit for 5 minutes, rub the hair away. A redditor suggested it to me a while back and I have continued buying it ever since. It is great. Warning though: hair acts as a silencer for passed gas.

u/TheSavageNorwegian · 3 pointsr/AskMen

Use this stuff! Works like a charm if you can stand the smell. Also have to mix the powder into a paste, which takes forever. You like smooth? You'll be smooth! I've shaved my crotch before, and it's fine for 10 hours, then the nightmare stubble comes in. With a depilatory, you don't have any rough edges.

u/Beautifile · 3 pointsr/beauty

I have a NY State Waxing License & in your case, I do not recommend waxing nor threading. Coarse hair often has large follicles which when they come out will make you bleed. Not a ton, but it's just not worth it. I used to be on a forum called MakeupAlley & at one point everyone was buzzing about (I kid you not) the Magic Cooch Powder. I had to know wtf this was. I think it's the answer you need. It's a product marketed to African American men as an alternative to shaving because due to the fact that their hair can be super curly, many of them suffer horrible ingrown hairs. This powder is like Nair but gentler & meant for the face. You mix it w/ water into a paste then apply. I just looked it up: it's actually called Magic Shave Powder- https://www.amazon.com/SoftSheen-Carson-Magic-Conditioning-Shaving-Powder/dp/B0000532Q5/ref=sr_1_1?keywords=Magic+Shaving+Powder+sensitive&qid=1566696603&s=hpc&sr=1-1 It's only $1.99 on Amazon & it's literally made for faces. Back to the name I originally called it, all the women on the forum were using it for their bikini areas, thus the cooch part. It's supposed to be super gentle. Also, FYI, for your laser hair removal, if it's available where you are, check for Groupons for a year of sessions & double check the fine print for how many they say you can do. If not, 6 sessions will still leave you relatively hairless w/ occasional touch ups (I've found that it's STILL cheaper for me to pay the Groupon price for 6 sessions for 1 touch up when they send me coupons or I use Groupon select).

u/YouGonnLearnToday · 2 pointsr/everymanshouldknow

Have you tried the magic shave conditioning powder? If so, how does it compare to the regular gold can?

u/BussyShillBot · 2 pointsr/Drama

the racism is simply this – why do random people off the internet see fit to tell a fully trained meditation instructor of the highest calibre that he isn’t enlightened because he’s angry?

Answer: white privilege.


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u/DuckMagic · 1 pointr/sex

Shaving powder! I saw it in /r/skincareaddiction a few weeks back, and seeing that I always suffer from razor burns and ingrown hairs, and hair removal creams never worked, I decided to give it a go. You mix it with some water, apply to hairy skin, leave for 8 min and rub off with a damp towel, then rinse.

IT'S AMAZING. IT'S LIKE I NEVER HAD PUBES TO BEGIN WITH. It's really cheap too! And it works even better than the olive oil - witch hazel - deodorant stick method that I see here so often.

u/Trevie3 · 1 pointr/sex

I'm a white man but I buy this stuff and it's designed for black men so Idk. Just be sure to follow the directions precisely with a timer because you don't want chemical burns or to accidentally melt your genitals off.

u/sfdaddio · 1 pointr/dirtyr4r

This is what I use: https://www.amazon.com/dp/B0000532Q5/ref=pe_385040_127745480_TE_item?th=1

Been using it for a couple of years, never had any issues.

u/AssAssIn46 · 1 pointr/NoStupidQuestions

Buy magic shave powder (cream isn't that good). Best decision I made in regards to grooming. Works great on your asshole too. Shaving and trimming never got it that smooth before. Make sure to test on a few areas. Test was fine on my forearms, tried it on my back and my skin became ashy, moisturizer fixed it up easily so no real problem.

u/LowenNa · 1 pointr/AskReddit

Magic Shave Platinum


It's made for black men, but I use it even though I am as white as snow.

It's the only way I can shave with out breaking out in to a splotchy red mess. And I have tried EVERYTHING else.

u/erkokite · 1 pointr/amiugly

This is for you my friend:
Actually you can get it at wal-mart for like next to nothing. You don't have to order it. It was formulated for black mens' beards, which tend to be very thick. It's a depilatory that will give you a nice clean shave (without a razor) and leave no razor bumps or ingrowns. Just don't leave it on too long- it's a bit caustic. I've found it works nicely.

u/TallTenaciousTrouble · 1 pointr/TwoXChromosomes

Have you tried any shaving powder (depilatories)? I just discovered them and it's been working well for me so far. I think a pro for this kind of method is that it's not supposed to cause ingrowns but I'm new to them so I'm still learning about it.

Here's what I use: Magic Shaving Powder

u/SnapshillBot · 0 pointsr/Drama

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u/bounderboy · 0 pointsr/AskUK

Magic Shave 127 g Skin Conditioning Shaving Powder https://www.amazon.co.uk/dp/B0000532Q5/ref=cm_sw_r_cp_api_i_NWQoDb0RM8QTF

This might be better for you and may even be easier and longer lasting