Shaving rash, also known as razor burn , is quite common in the pubic area —more common than other areas, unfortunately. The hair is generally thicker and when it bends it may affect those with more sensitive skin or who shave often. Shaving is uncomfortable enough as is, no one wants to get rid of the hair only to trade it in for other problems. Still, are you stuck with a bikini rash every time you shave? No way. Regardless, you should know how to prevent the rashes from happening.
The Pubic Hair Guide for Men -- Everything You Need to Know About Your Pubes
There's a lot of discourse surrounding what hair "should" or "shouldn't" be present on the body. While there's a time and place for that discourse, we just want you to do whatever makes you feel comfortable. If that's not shaving any of your body hair, great. If it's shaving your body hair entirely, that's great too. If it's just trimming your pubic hair down, that is also great. Everyone is different, and part of being different is wanting different things for our bodies.
Your comprehensive guide on how to get a smooth, razor bump-free finish — if that's your thing. While shaving is the most affordable way to remove hair from your pubic area, there's a right way of doing it to get a super smooth and razor bump-free finish. But before getting into the nitty-gritty of how to shave your public area, let's set the record straight: there's no medical reason to remove your pubic hair. What you do and don't do to your body hair is entirely your choice and varies from person to person.
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