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Genital Shaving

According to the latest research, genital shaving is no longer part of the prepping process on females for birthing. But doctors report that they see a lot being done by their female clients. Genital shaving is still necessary for certain surgical procedures for males. But doctors report that they see a lot done by their male clients who aren’t having any surgery done.

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Take a look around the next time you’re at the spa or gym – You’ll see for yourself. There’s a lot of genital shaving going on. Unfortunately, there’s also a lot of swelling, redness and bumps  going on. So, the question is no longer who’s doing genital shaving, but how they’re doing it. From the general looks of things, not very well. So here’s a short guide gleaned from people’s experiences to help you achieve better results.

Now it may seem like just good common sense, and it is, but it still needs to be said – Never undertake shaving your pubic area unless you’re sober and fully alert. This area is much more sensitive than other parts of your body that you may be accustomed to being shaved, which means it’s much easier to hurt yourself, so you want your wits about you.

Genital shaving does require patience and care. So go slowly and be careful.

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If you have long pubic hairs, trim them with scissors or better yet, a body hair trimmer before you start shaving your genitals. Take a long, hot shower or bath. This will open the pores of your skin and soften your coarse pubic hairs to make it easier.

Use a Moisturizer for Smoother Genital Shaving

Apply a generous amount of a rich moisturizing lubricant. Allow this to sit for at least 5 minutes before you begin. ALWAYS use a new blade/razor or a high quality body shaver. Genital shaving should first be done in the direction the pubic hair grows. After you’ve removed the bulk of hairs, go back over the area, only this time shave against the way the hair grows. This will give you the close, clean and smooth shave you’re looking for. But don’t apply too much pressure or shave the same area repeatedly. The last thing you want to do is irritate this sensitive skin.

After you shave, thoroughly wash off any remaining lubrication with warm water. Then, if you think you can handle it, rub the entire genital area with an ice cube. At least flush the area with cold water. Closing the pores this way will calm and tone the skin and limit skin irritation after genital shaving. Making sure not to rub, pat the genital area dry with a clean, soft towel.

Forget anything you’ve heard or learned about how to care for your skin after shaving. They may be okay for other parts of your body, but they are NOT suitable for after shaving your genitals. Because this area tends to stay moist and receive a good deal of friction, two major culprits of ingrown hairs, you want to focus on keeping this area dry and limit friction.

A light dusting of a talc free powder will take care of the moistness and wearing loose fitting clothing, at least for a while after you shave will take care of the friction.

Following this guide should help you achieve better results but this guide is not complete without suggesting there are alternatives for even better genital shaving results.

 

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Unwanted Hair Removal

Regardless what you end up choosing, understanding unwanted hair removal remedies will help you make an informed decision. With that in mind, please read this important information:

Shaving with a wet razor as your unwanted hair removal remedy is inexpensive, convenient, fast and easy. But because it involves scraping along the surface of your skin with a very sharp-edged blade, it can also be quite dangerous if not done properly.

No Nicks, Cuts or Scrapes

Nicks, cuts, scrapes, and razor burns are common side effects of shaving with a wet razor. Swelling, redness, bumps and ingrown hairs may occur. With the exception of a female’s face, shaving with a wet razor for unwanted hair removal can be done on any part of the body. Results last a few days.

Using a depilatory cream or lotion as your unwanted hair removal remedy is inexpensive, convenient, fast and easy. But because it involves applying harsh chemicals to dissolve hairs above the surface of your skin, it can also be quite dangerous if not done properly.

The biggest problem with a depilatory is that the harsh chemicals can also burn your skin. Swelling, redness, bumps and ingrown hairs may occur. Other drawbacks of a depilatory are: They’re messy, they literally stink and they only provide spotty results. With the exception of the pubic area, a depilatory for unwanted hair removal can be used on any part of the body. Results last a few days.

No More Shaving With Razors

No More Shaving With Razors

 

Unwanted Hair Removal

Waxing as your unwanted hair removal remedy can be relatively inexpensive or relatively expensive depending on which at home kit or salon/spa you choose. Because waxing involves applying a substance that adheres to your skin and hair and then yanking hair roots out from below the surface of your skin, it can also be very painful. A topical numbing spray or gel should be applied about an hour beforehand.

Swelling, redness, bumps and ingrown hairs are common side effects of waxing. It’s recommended that you have any waxing done several days ahead of any special event. Waxing for unwanted hair removal can be used on any part of the body. Results last from 3-8 weeks.

Not Painful Like Electrolysis

Electrolysis as your unwanted hair removal remedy is quite expensive and time-consuming. Because it involves inserting a fine needle into each and every hair follicle below the skin surface and shocking them with a current or chemical or both, electrolysis is believed to be the most painful of all hair removal remedies. A topical anesthetic must be used. And regular weekly or monthly sessions can go on for as long as a year before the process is complete.

Swelling, redness, pinpoint scabbing and even scarring are common side effects of electrolysis. Electrolysis for unwanted hair removal can be used on any part of the body. Results can last indefinitely unless there is new cell growth within the follicle area.

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Look Great at the Beach

 

Forget Laser Treatments

Laser treatments as your unwanted hair removal remedy are the most expensive. Because it involves a pulsing, hot laser light focused on damaging the hair follicles, it is also quite painful. Not as painful as electrolysis, but a topical anesthetic should be used. But at least laser treatments are able to affect hundreds of follicles at a time, so usually, only a few sessions are needed.

Swelling, redness, bumps and ingrown hairs are common side effects of laser treatments. It’s recommended that you have any treatments done several days ahead of any special event. Laser treatments for unwanted hair removal can be used on any part of the body. While it was once touted as permanent, hair removal by laser is now known as semi-permanent, meaning that it lasts for several weeks.

Now you should have a better understanding of unwanted hair removal remedies to help you make an informed decision.

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Pubic Hair Shaving

There’s physical proof that pubic hair shaving has been going on for thousands of years. And throughout the years since, people have been striving to create the perfect tool for shaving pubic hair.

While there definitely have been some major advancements, most people are still using a wet razor. And as that’s not likely to change overnight (unless you’ve already connected with a better shaving tool …), perfecting pubic hair shaving is more about perfecting HOW you’re shaving your pubic hair.

Here to help you, is the latest information based upon people’s experiences over the years:

1) If you’re pubic hair shaving for the first time, or maybe it’s been a while, and you have long pubic hairs, trim them with scissors or better yet, a hair trimmer.

2) Take a long, hot shower or bath. This will open the pores of your skin and soften your naturally coarse pubic hairs to make pubic hair shaving easier.

3) Apply a generous amount of a rich lubricant. Allow this to sit for at least 5 minutes before you begin pubic hair shaving.

4) ALWAYS use a new blade/razor for each pubic hair shaving.

5) Start your pubic hair shaving in the direction the hair grows.

6) After you’ve removed the bulk of hairs, go back over the area, only this time shave against the way the hair grows. This will give you the closest, cleanest pubic shave you’re looking for.

7) Don’t shave the same area more than this second time or apply too much pressure. The goal is to avoid irritating the skin from pubic hair shaving.

8) Remove all traces of the lubricant by rinsing with warm water.

9) Rinse a second time, only this time use cold water to close and calm agitated pores and generally tone the skin. If you’re into it, rub your pubic area with an ice cube.

The key to avoiding skin irritations and ultimately, ingrown hairs, after shaving is to limit moisture and friction in the pubic region.

The best results are achieved with:

9) A light dusting of talc free powder

And –

10) Wearing loose fitting clothing for a while.

After regular pubic hair shaving, the hairs will become weaker and softer and your pubic area will remain smoother.

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Male Pubic Shaving

Male pubic shaving may involve shaving only the hair on the pubic mound.

Male pubic shaving may involve shaving the hair on the pubic mound and on the penis.

Male pubic shaving may involve shaving the hair on the pubic mound, on the penis and on the scrotum.

Whatever you choose to shave, male pubic shaving needs to be done properly, the first time, so you don’t regret it.

So what we have here are a few male pubic shaving secrets to help you:

Male pubic shaving on the pubic mound should be done in the direction the hair grows first.

After you’ve removed the bulk of hairs, go back over this area, only this time shave against the way the hairs grow. This will give you the closest, cleanest shave you’re looking for.

Don’t apply too much pressure or shave the same area repeatedly. You don’t want to irritate this sensitive skin.

Male pubic shaving on the penis should be done in the direction the hair grows, making sure you shave all sides. If it isn’t already erect, gently pull your penis upwards. This will make shaving easier.

After you’ve removed the bulk of hairs, go back and shave against the way the hairs grow. This will give you the clean, smooth shave you’re after.

But remember, don’t shave the same area more than this second time or apply too much pressure. The last thing you want is a razor burn on your penis.

Male pubic shaving on the scrotum is a little more involved.

You’ll need an easy and clear view for shaving your scrotum. Create a space with comfortable seating, placing a towel underneath you, in front of a mirror. Make sure there’s enough light to see the individual hairs.

Have a table or something on the side where you can place a clean dry towel and a container of warm water to rinse your razor. Allow your razor to soak in the warm water for a short while before you start shaving.

Slowly and gently, stretch and flatten the skin of the scrotum with your free hand and start shaving towards the inner thigh with the other.

Again – Make as few repeat strokes as possible and don’t press down on the razor while shaving. Keep your razor’s blade clean by rinsing it after each stroke.

The key thing to remember when shaving the scrotum is that this skin is quite soft and more importantly, very thin, so – BE CAREFUL.

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Shaving Pubic Hair

Are you shaving your pubic hair?

As with most things, there are a couple of beliefs about shaving pubic hair.

One belief is that you should not be shaving your pubic hair because it:

1) Protects skin from dirt and germs
2) Provides cushioning for sensitive areas
3) Lessens the friction between skin and clothes
4) Holds in heat to keep you warm when you need it
And because pubic hair
5) Retains your personal scent, which may attract your potential mate

Another belief is that you should be shaving your pubic hair because it:

1) Holds dirt and germs
2) Interferes with sensations in sensitive areas
3) Causes friction between skin and clothes
And because pubic hair
4) Holds in heat which creates your personal scent, which repels everyone

Some people, both male and female, believe because you naturally grow pubic hair, it’s best to just let it grow. These people add that a big benefit is you don’t have to spend your time or money shaving your pubic hair.

Some people, both male and female, believe just because you naturally grow pubic hair, doesn’t mean you have to accept it. These people believe it’s their body (and hair) to do what they please and the big benefit for them is they say they look and feel better after shaving their pubic hair.

Since the human animal has walked this planet, pubic hair has played a couple of important roles. Before clothing, as protection and a signal of sexual maturity. Since clothing, a signal of sexual maturity.

Today, neither of these roles apply.

It’s also true that thousands of years ago, Egyptians, Greeks and Romans preferred a smooth pubic region. You only need to look at Chinese, Greek and Roman erotic art and you’ll see that both males and females were shaving their pubic hair.

Greeks and Asians of that time who weren’t shaving their pubic hair, did at least pluck their pubic hair to give it an appealing shape. Greek and Roman women were shaving their pubic hair because they believed it was ugly. And in India, the shaving of pubic hair was widely practised.

Shaving pubic hair not only improves your appearance, it also improves your personal hygiene. Less hair in this area means less heat and consequently, less build up of bacteria and unpleasant odor. This holds true for males as well as females.

And – You won’t know unless you try – Shaving your pubic hair may even enhance your sex life.

Most people today say that if their partner is shaving their pubic hair, they’re paying more attention to this area. How about you? Are you getting all the attention you want in this area?

Just one word of advice – There’s only one thing worse than a hairy pubic area – And that’s a swollen, reddened, stubbly pubic area after shaving pubic hair.

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