There are a few different hair removal options. There is trimming, waxing or shaving. There is even doing nothing at all to it. In my opinion, there is no rule to how you should keep your pubic hair. It is really just what you feel comfortable with.
If you like to keep things trimmed up down there, you know just how annoying those itchy and bright red razor bumps can be. But what if one of those bumps start to grow bigger and bigger, becoming more painful and tender to the touch? This way, you can prevent them from popping up again. Already have an angry bump? Here, experts explain what you can do to make an ingrown pubic hair heal faster. It starts with your grooming routine.
Minor editing has been done. T here are many different markers on the path from girlhood to womanhood. Usually, you think of getting boobs for the first time, getting your period, and maybe having sex for the first time. But my friends and I in high school marked our ascension to womanhood through our body hair.
And despite the growing trend to leave it au naturel down below, many of us still prefer to go bare. And she points to studies that have actually found a link between STIs and people who like their pubes shorn. But it makes sense to avoid shaving or waxing just before sex, and always to use a clean razor if you do shave. Last year, Canadian scientists found that hot waxing and shaving vaginal hair - especially when using shaving foam - caused more harm than good, making you three times more likely to catch an STI.