1. To make this process
of shaving pubic hair easier, trim the genital area before shaving!
To get a closer cut and avoid unwanted nicks, pull the hair up then trim
away. You may want to leave the hair short for a couple of days.
This allows the genitals to become comfortable the transition you are about
2. By gently exfoliating
your skin with either a shower mitt or wash cloth, you`ll get rid of any
dry, flaky skin which can clog the razor when you shave. DON`T EXFOLIATE
on the day you`re going to shave.
3. Soak the pubic area
in warm to hot water, or lay a warm cloth over the area for about 10 minutes.
This softens coarse pubic hair and makes it easier to shave.
4. Never dry shave
your pubic area! If you do pain and irritation will most likely follow.
Use one of our many products that is specifically formulated for pubic
5. Use a shaver
specifically designed for this kind of hair removal. There are many different
ways to style this area. Think about it before you start. It is recommended
to shave the same way the hair grows. However to get a closer shave you
may want to also shave in the opposite direction. Some state this causes
red bumps and ingrown hairs, but everyone is different. If you feel comfortable,
try it. In addition, don`t constantly stroke the same area during the shave,
this may irritate the skin. Two to three short strokes are ideal. Lastly,
stretch the skin to reach the difficult hairy spots.
6. After the shave
is completed rinse, dry and moisturize the freshly shaven pubic area. Use
one of the moisturizer that is specifically designed for this application.
7. Wash shaven genitals
on a daily basis. This helps remove unwanted oils and sweat. In addition,
you may wish to moisturize daily to avoid irritation. If you keep the hair
short, you`ll avoid stubble, which causes itching. Try to wear cotton underwear
and to stay away from tight fitting pants. The lack of air circulation
and friction of tight clothes may lead to in-grown hairs.