Shaving Pubic Hair
Shaving pubic hair is quite normal nowadays. More people pay attention to styling, trimming and removing of their pubic hair. Both women and men feel it is cleaner, more hygienic and many people find it is better looking. For the removal of your pubic hair their are numerous possibilities. IPL treatments to waxing and waxing to laser treatment, everything is possible. The easiest and most common way however of removing your pubic hair is to shave it.
Shaving your pubic hair may require some skill and can be a hassle if not done properly. You must be careful while shaving the difficult areas like the balls, groin and labia. Shaving your pubic hair can also cause irritation and ingrown hairs. Therefore some tips to shave your pubic hair:
Before shaving pubic hair.
The skin around the genital area is more sensitive than it is on the rest of the body. It is therefore advisable to prepare it with a hot shower or a warm bath. The warmth makes the skin softer and smoother making shaving easier.
Shaving pubic hair.
Start with a good sharp new razor. This may prevent potential irritation to a great extent. If you have long pubic hair it is good to or trim it first. The long and many pubic hairs makes the razor blunt faster and shaving longer hair can be unnecessarily sensitive.
Start with shaving your pubic hair along the direction from top to bottom, find the right pressure to prevent irritation after shaving. Rinse your razor in between.For those hard to reach areas like the scrotum and labia is easier to squat down so the skin is pulled tighter and you get better access. For a super nice smooth result shave gently from the side towards the hair growth. Do not shave in the opposite direction, as this can result in wounds where bacteria can settle in and cause itching after shaving.
After shaving pubic hair.
After shaving it is recommend to rinse everything with hot water (no soap!) And use a moisturizing balm or lotion for sensitive skin so your skin can recover.
Make sure that after shaving your pubic the skin is kept clean and wash yourself daily with warm water. Shortly after shaving better avoid profuse sweating because it can cause skin irritations.
When you first start shaving your pubic hair you may experience some itching. That”s because your skin is not yet accustomed to shaving. You can use a soothing balm. Do not shaving your pubic hair on a daily basis, this might damage the skin. It is better to allow your skin to rest for 2 or 3 days before you resume shaving.After a few shaves you’ll notice that possible irritation will reduce significantly.