September 28, 2007

Pubic Hair Removal  

By Richard Romando

Genital or pubic hair removal is now widely practiced by both men and women. There are some salons and beauty clinics that offer custom hair designs over your pubic area. Pubic hair removal needs much more attention than hair removal from any other body part, because the skin around this area is very soft and sensitive. Improper methods of hair removal can cause skin problems such as ingrown hair, razor bumps, blood spots, and red and sore skin.

With pubic hair removal, there are only limited options. Many commonly practiced methods such as depilatory creams, sugaring and laser are not so often practiced for this area. Some effective pubic hair removal methods include shaving, waxing, pulling and electrolysis. These practices can be carried out at home or salons.

Shaving using traditional or electrical razors is the most commonly practiced method for pubic hair removal. If you are following this procedure, you must use safety razors specially designed for pubic hair removal. Although electric razors are expensive, they provide safety. Don't shave the same area more than twice and avoid shaving creams as much as possible. The problem with shaving is that you have to practice the sessions in every alternate day, and the repeated shaving can cause darkening of the skin.

Waxing is not considered as a good option for pubic hair removing. It can cause pain and can damage the soft skin. But it can produce more lasting results than shaving. Waxing cannot be done in urgent situations, as the skin usually remains red and sore till 1 day after the waxing. There is also Brazilian bikini waxing, which offers total pubic hair removal, but is painful and less effective.

Pulling using epilators, tweezers and electric devices is also practiced quite commonly. Hair usually reappears only after 4 weeks, thus this procedure is considered as a useful alternative to shaving and waxing. They are painful to practice.

Electrolysis can be done for permanent pubic hair removal. Although many electrolysis devices are available for use at home, it is recommended that you consult a licensed electrologist. Electrolysis is very expensive, painful and you will need multiple sessions for getting good results. You have to choose a pubic hair removal method in accordance with your skin type, severity of hair growth and your pocket.

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