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I tried a hair removing spray... it gave a really burning sensation and smelled awful, but it worked for a few days. Tried waxing, for me waxing is less painful than plucking a single hair with tweezers. Shaving is best for things that get very smooth, following up with an aloe body wash. The waxing lasted the longest, spray second longest, then shaving, but I personally gave up on shaving, pain in the rear for me and I'm too prone to ingrown hairs even when using aloe body wash (still love that body wash though). So instead of using any of these things I use a hair trimmer, it gets fairly close, but definitely not smooth like girl legs should be =P.
And on a side note to this all, I was curious what sorts of things/pain scale women subject themselves to, I don't go around with hairless body everywhere, I only tried two patches for both of those products, purely out of curiosity.
I've heard nair is the best, because it lasts longer, there is no major burning feeling, and it keeps hair gone for longer than a razor. But if you can handle waxing I'd suggest that.
Best of luck to you. =)