Pubic hair actually provides protection for your genitals, but a lot of time it can look displeasing to the eye. There are traditional ways to remove your pubic hair, such as shaving, or more advanced ways that offer long-term effects, such as laser hair removal. Here’s a more in-depth look at each one of this pubic hair removing methods.
Shaving is the easiest and cheapest way to get rid of your pubic hair. It’s fast, and you can do it almost anywhere. However, some people have sensitive skin, and shaving pubic hair can cause inflammation and itchiness. It can also cause a lot of ingrown hair. Since shaving only removes the hair on the surface, so it tends to grow back faster and thicker. We’d only recommend this if you need to remove your pubic hair fastly, but if you still have a lot of time, we recommend looking at other methods.
Plucking or waxing
Plucking your pubic hair with a tweezer is a daunting process. Your arms will ache after five minutes into plucking. For a faster method, you can try waxing. Sugar waxing or waxing strips are usually available at any drugstore. Waxing will remove your hair from the root so that it won’t grow back as fast and it will grow thinner as well. The downside is that both plucking and waxing causes pain that might be intolerable for most people.
Hair removal cream
Hair removal creams provide a hassle-free method for getting rid of your pubic hair. You just put it on and leave it for a few minutes, and then rinse. However, since it is your genital area, you should be careful with the type of cream you choose. Some contain fragrances and ingredients that can cause an infection. We recommend getting one specifically for the pubic area, which is usually fragrance and paraben free.
Laser hair removal
This is the newest method of hair removal. It offers a long-term effect and isn’t as painful as waxing. You can do a bikini or a Brazilian laser hair removal or any other type of hair removals. It does require you to have six to eight treatments back-to-back because it takes a while to destroy all the hair follicles under the skin. After that, the hair will never grow back. Make sure you understand what must be done before the procedure, such as refraining from waxing or plucking and avoid tanning.