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    Stubble rash after making out...

    Ugh. This is a very real problem for me and has been with every guy I've dated. I get this horrible sore rash on my chin after a makeout session that lasts a few days from their stubble brushing against my skin. It's been so bad before that my skin started peeling a few days later -- embarrassing. Especially directly after the makeout session when it's bright red -- before I get a chance to cover it up with make up and they can see it. What do you (girls obviously) do about this? It happens even when they're freshly shaved somehow, I guess there's still a tiny bit of hair there...

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    hmmm, never had that......sounds really annoying. Maybe you just have really sensitive skin.
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    I've only had this happen to me when they have razor stubble - like a 5:00 shadow, or they skipped a day.

    I would have to agree with Debaser - perhaps you do have very sensitive skin. Are you sure it's from razor stubble? Guys who JUST shaved shouldn't have any.
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    Eeek. I get red very easily as well, but it goes away completely within a couple of hours. Yours lasts days? Hmm..You think if he regularly uses a trimmer, his beard hair may be "softer"??

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    how many guys has this happened with?

    Maybe it's something that they are putting on their skin. Like cologne or a face wash that is irritating your skin.
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    Quote Originally Posted by debaser_wolf View Post
    how many guys has this happened with?

    Maybe it's something that they are putting on their skin. Like cologne of a face wash that is irritating your skin.
    excellent thought...if they are shaving, it can't possibly be razor stubble. it's most likely something of this nature.

    spot on debaser!!
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    Quote Originally Posted by allie2064 View Post
    excellent thought...if they are shaving, it can't possibly be razor stubble. it's most likely something of this nature.

    spot on debaser!!
    aww, allie, you flatter me so. ^_^
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    This happens to me to! I wouldn't have known that other women don't get this had I not read this thread. Maybe you and I are just supah sensative.

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    I get this! I remember the first time it happened with my first boyfriend, being certain my mum would notice and have a go, lol. When I first got with my current boyfriend, and had spent a fair few hours at his, and then went to my friend's to go out, they were like "Have you got sunburn on your chin....no wait...that's stubble rash!!! Too much snogging!!" Highly entertaining for them, for me, not so much.

    Fortunately for me, when I've been around my boyfriend for awhile, my skin toughens up. When we're seperated for holidays or whatever, it goes all soft again, and I suffer when we're reunited. *sigh*

    The only thing I can suggest is using vaseline (the aloe vera one is best) or moisturiser, and hope that your skin eventually toughens up like mine does. That or insist that he shave before coming to see you
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    I've just started seeing a girl and I was horrified when I found out I was giving her a rash, I now plan on shaving about 30 seconds before every time I see her. Just tell him and I'm sure he'll feel the same.

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