Shaving your pubic parts can cause the hair follicle to change the direction of growth of hair follicle, leaving it trapped beneath the skin. This can lead to the growth of ingrown hairs causing pain, inflammation and tiny bumps in and around the vaginal area.
4. Shaving and waxing can cause irritation. Regrowth, ingrown hairs, itching. AsapSCIENCE notes that 75 of people whove removed their pubic hair have experienced genital itching. Ouch. 5. And both could be connected to STDs. Its been theorised that the pubic hair removal trend correlates with an increase in gonorrhea,
But pubic hair was put there to protect your genitalia from friction and infection. It is more hygienic not to shave it (although depilation does make pubic lice homeless). In removing their pubic hair, most women will get cuts or ingrown hairs, and some will develop inflammation of the hair follicles or hyperpigmentation.
Emily Gibson: Shaving pubic hair only removes a cushion against friction, leaves microscopic open wounds and exposes you to infections
I'm wondering about what happens to a man's pubic hair after you shave it off completely. Would the pubic hair be permanently shaven off or
Mar 28, 2004 dear heather, i have an embarrassing question. i want to know if i should shave my pubic hairs. i am afraid to ask people what i should do. i dont want
If you are shaving, it is always advised to use a single blade razor and shave in the direction of the hair growth. A cleaner shave is going to increase the risk of ingrown hairs and skin irritation. Gently exfoliate the area to tease out hair from under the skin before they become a problem.