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Anti Chafe cream?  

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  1. 1. Do you use an anti chafe cream or Chamois cream? What brand do you use?

    • Assos
      12
    • Centuary ride
      0
    • Chamois Butt' er
      12
    • Anything that helps!!
      6
    • Milking salve
      16
    • Blue steel
      5


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How many of you use a cream to protect the more delicate parts of the body?

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Blue Steel has served me well.

And then if necessary, Bepanthen for afterwards.

 

This stuff looks interesting: DZ Nuts

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this has been discussed at length on thehub.....

 

But basically, shammy cream isnt really used for what it was originally supposed to be used for which was to soften the chamois that was used in cycling shorts to pad the shorts, these days manufacturers use synthetic materials which apart from being better dont need to be treated or softened.

 

So in a nutshell, shammy cream is now really used to prevent chafing :blush:

 

I dont think that a R200 tub of Assos shammy cream will work any better than a R40 tub to be honest and personally wouldnt pay that price, if you want a branded product that doesnt break the bank I'd suggest Mark II Shammy cream, costs about R40 a tub and works well, if you're looking to go even cheaper than use Fissan paste (maybe mixed with a bit of aqueous cream)

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Tub!? You can buy milking salve by the bucket. Not sure it costs R200 for a bucket, but it lasts so long, I forgot what I paid.

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I mix 2 parts Mark II with 1 part bepanthen that I scoop from the diaper station when the wife isn't looking

 

Works flippen well

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if you're looking to go even cheaper than use Fissan paste (maybe mixed with a bit of aqueous cream)

 

I use Fissans bum creme (the one used for baby nappy rash) on my nipples when running. Its cheap, has served me very well and never requires reapplciation during even 6 hour runs in very hot conditions. I wouldn't even try anything else.

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I mix 2 parts Mark II with 1 part bepanthen that I scoop from the diaper station when the wife isn't looking

 

Works flippen well

I'd rather chafe than have a diaper station at my house again! ;)

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I'd rather chafe than have a diaper station at my house again! ;)

hehehhe amen brother....my little one has just started on solids....oh nelly :o

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I mix 2 parts Mark II with 1 part bepanthen that I scoop from the diaper station when the wife isn't looking

 

Works flippen well

 

as long as you don't double dip...

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