Safe Methods for Pubic Hair Removal
Removing or trimming pubic hair is a personal preference. While some like to shave, others prefer to trim, and some like to go for the bikini wax for smooth skin down there. There are people who do nothing about it, which is equally fine.
If you are looking to try safe options for pubic hair removal, read the following methods and pick the one that suits you the best.
- Though it is hardly painful (unless you nick your skin), the hair grows really fast and tends to itchy and prickly. Your skin will not be smooth for more than a day or two.
- If you have the time and patience you shave once every couple of days, shaving is one safe option you can try at home to remove pubic hair. That said, don’t use blunt razors, and don’t forget to moisturize your skin to keep it soft.
- You can either use hot wax or cold wax to remove pubic hair. If you are not sure of the process, it is better to go to the parlor for a bikini wax.
- We understand that it is not something every person is comfortable with. Start by reading a few blogs about how it can be done at home and try it out by waxing a small region first.
- Waxing can be a painful process, especially if you have a low tolerance for pain. Using hot wax can burn your skin if you are not careful. Don’t shave and wax your skin in succession. The skin in your pubic region is sensitive and should be treated with care.
- This is the only method that removed hair permanently. A sharp needle –electrode is used to destroy the root to prevent hair growth. It is a time-consuming process and can take even a year for the treatment to be complete.
- You will have to pay for each sitting that lasts around 50-60 minutes. Before that, you should talk to the consultant and ensure that the place and follows the safety procedures.
- A strong beam of light is directed to destroy the hair follicle, resulting in the hair to fall out. The results of laser treatment vary from person to person. The hair can grow back in some cases. Laser hair removal is costly and takes several sittings. Protective eyewear is a must throughout the process.
- It is recommended to consult a dermatologist before opting for laser treatment. There are quite a few centers with no certification. Avoid such places and choose a clinic that has experience, follow the safety standards, and is suggested by the doctor.
One of the least safe methods for removing pubic hair is using hair removal creams. These are chemical-based and can cause skin irritation and rashes. Read the instructions carefully to determine if the cream can be used in your pubic region. Most brands don’t recommend the use of hair removal creams in sensitive areas.