Thinking about personal grooming for a very tender spot on your body? Here are the best — and safest — ways to protect your private parts if you want to remove pubic hair.
Majority of the ladies remove their pubic hair completely or mostly.
This became normal part of their hygiene. But many of the ladies don’t know that removing the pubic hair has some side effects.
Pubic Hair Style
There’s no medical reason why you should or shouldn’t remove your pubic hair. It’s not dirty, and girls who take it off aren’t any cleaner.
“I think a lot of it comes down to societal peer pressure,” says Jennifer Ashton, MD, author of The Body Scoop for Girls.
But the bottom line is it’s really your choice. How much hair you remove is up to you, too.
Grooming “down there” began years ago to tame pubic hair that might peek out from a bathing suit. Now styles vary from just a trim to a skinny rectangle, called a landing strip on TV’s Sex and the City. Some women dare to go completely bare with a Brazilian wax.
So which is better when you want to get rid of pubic hair, shaving or waxing? Again, it’s up to you. Many women prefer to wax their pubic area. When you wax, the hair doesn’t grow back for a few weeks, although you do have to wait for it to grow in a little to wax again. It can also be pricey.
With shaving, you’ll see stubble pop up in a few days. But you can take care of it quickly and easily by shaving again. Shaving is also cheaper than waxing.
Wax On, Hair Off
For waxing, home setups are available, but that can get messy and awkward. And hot wax may better be left to a professional. When you go to a salon, here’s how it works:
- First, talk with your technician (an “esthetician”) about what style you want and how much hair to take off.
- Next, she’ll spread on hot wax, then place small cloth strips on top.
- When the wax sets, she’ll quickly pull off the strips one at a time and your unwanted hair is ripped away with them.
Ladies, we recommended to you not to shave or wax your pubic hair.
Namely, a scientist who published the results of her research in American Diary of Obstetrics and Gynecology, Andrea De Maria is saying that women are not aware of the dangers of removing the pubic hair from their intimate zone.
It was found that, 90% of women shave their pubic hair, while 87% go at a marvel salon for a private haircut.
In this area the skin is very sensitive, as well as prone to cuts and wounds. After shaving their pubic hair, majority of women feel tingling.
We should mention that in the genital area there are many sweat glands, which makes it a perfect environment for development of bacteria. Also, in case you have cuts on this area there’s the risk of infection. The gynecologists say that pubic hair in a way provides resistance to sexually transmitted diseases.
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