Removing all of the pubic hair is very common trend lately, especially among teens and young adults. One of the most used, least painful and easiest methods to remove pubic hair is shaving. However there are few steps that you need to follow in order to do it the right way.
1. Pre-trim your pubic hair – Razors are intended to shave truly short hair and will quickly block and get to be dull if applied to long hair. To trim it, carefully pull the hair up, far from the body and cut it back with little sharp scissors or clippers. You can use an electrical scissor-action trimmer without rotating heads for hair that is shorter than 1/4 ″ (0.6 cm).
2. Grab your razor – sharp razor with 3 or more blades is the best choice for shaving pubic hair as it will be easier for you and safer for your skin. The best thing to do is use new razor every time you shave your pubic hair, but if you want to use the razor more than once, you must have one that you will use only for pubic hair and clean it after you are done. Try not to leave it wet as water can quicken the disintegration of the blades, dulling them.
3. Stretch your skin tight – Razors work the best on flat surfaces. Use your free hand to extend your skin tight and hold it securely. Begin below your navel, pulling the skin just over your foamed up hairline upwards.
4. Shave slowly and gently – When you start shaving you need to remember two things
• Shaving with the grain can save you from inflammation and ingrown hairs.
• Shaving against the grain will result in a closer shave
If you have very sensitive skin you might have to stick with shaving with the grain, despite the fact that it takes longer to get the results you want.
As you move to get a closer shave, you must try working over the grain of the hair; if the hair is growing downwards for circumstances shave to the left or right. Do not over-shave. Shave an area simply as much as you have to uproot the hair.
In the early stages of shaving, you will probably discover that shaving your pubic hair 2 days in a raw causes red bumps and tingling. You need to skip a couple of days in between shaves up until your skin grows utilized to the change.
5. Tidy up your mess – After the shaving process you need to clean up after yourself. To make this easier for you the best way to do it is to trim your hair over the toilet and most convenient to shave in the shower.
6. Exfoliate your skin – In order to remove all the dead skin, use normal body soap and gently clean your pubic area. Exfoliating removes anything that might block your pores.
You can use sugar scrub to exfoliate that will make your skin smooth. If you don’t have that near you, you can make baking soda paste.
If you are a girl, don’t use soap beyond your labia. Your vagina is normally protected by your body and it doesn’t need to be washed down with anything other than water. In fact, using soaps can irritate the pH balance, making the vagina more prone to infection.
7. Rinse any remaining pubic hair, carefully pat dry, and moisturize – You can use Aloe Vera, baby oil or moisturizers that are designed for sensitive areas. Egg oil that consists of immunoglobulin can help you avoid rashes since of micro-abrasions. Make sure that you don’t use moisturizers that contain fragrances and artificial coloring.