The art of pubic hair removal is something that must be taken seriously. If you don’t, the outcome can leave your groin itchy, uncomfortable and the skin infected.

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While there are a variety of suitable hair removal options for this area, the key to your success is not just what you use to remove your pubic hair, but how you use it.

I’ve followed a simple three-step pubic hair removal formula for years that ensures I get great results every time no matter how much hair I remove.

Step one . Prepare the area. If you don’t prepare the area correctly will never get optimal pubic hair removal results. Preparation involves cleansing the area with a mild soap and wash cloth, which helps bring the hairs to the surface. Remember not to rub too hard, this breaks the hairs and leads to a rash.

Step two. Choose the right hair 比堅尼脫毛 removal process for you. This step involves the most thought. It’s at this stage that you need to choose the best hair removal method for you. What are your needs? Do you want instant results that you can do yourself, or are you the more patient type?

If you’re looking for instant gratification, then shaving is probably the solution for you. Just remember that you’re only removing the hair at the surface of the skin so it will grow back within a few days. You also need to be careful with your razor blade as you are dealing with a very vulnerable area of your body.

A system that takes a bit longer but gives longer lasting results is waxing. Waxing of the pubic region has been popular for centuries although it’s only in the last few decades that names have been given to different styles of pubic hair removal.

Waxing is a good choice when removing hair from your genitals because you remove the hair at root level. This results in being hair free for up to six weeks and a far gentler re-growth period than when you shave. Like shaving you can also opt for a home waxing solution. This means that it’s possible to do it yourself, although it might take a bit of practice before you get it right. If you’re going to remove your pubic hair for the first time it might be best to get a professional to do it for you, but once you’ve seen their technique you can replicate this process at home.

The one hair removal process that is to be avoided at all costs is hair removal cream. While it might seem like an easy solution, it’s not a good idea to apply these strong chemicals to this area of your body as allergic reactions can leave you uncomfortable and in pain.

Step three. Protection and maintenance are the last important steps in this process. Careful care will ensure that you get the most out of being hair free and don’t suffer any discomfort once your hair starts to grow back.

Make sure your use a gentle exfoliation product and apply body cream to the area daily. And if you notice red and inflamed follicles then apply a mild antiseptic.

Making the decision to remove your pubic hair does involve a bit of thought and consideration. However, if you’re looking to do something a little daring to boost your own confidence, or to spice up your love life, then pubic hair removal is worth considering.

About The Author

Kathleen Crawley is a life coach, motivator and self esteem builder. Having suffered from excessive unwanted body hair as a teenager and young woman, she knows what a debilitating impact this can have on your self-esteem and is an accomplished author on this subject.

She believes we once we have the right hair removal regime in place we can stop worrying about the outside and start concentrating on finding our confidence and loving what’s on the inside.