If you shave intimate zone, you might be risking experiencing the horrible consequences! Because removing hair “down there“is a normal thing, a lot of do not know what kind of horrible unwanted effects they expect!
Waxing the bikini line is probably the most hated grooming rituals. A fresh study discovered that most women fully or partially remove the hair from the area of the intimate zone.
DO NOT TOUCH your pubic hair!
Women don’t understand the potential risks shaving pubic hair, because the shaving of hair from other areas of the body is safe and non-threatening. – says Andrea De Maria who led the study published in the journal “American Journal of Obstetrics & Gynecology.”
The study discovered that 87% of women pay for intimate hairdo at beauty saloon and 90% of them do with a razor.
However, genital skin is extremely sensitive, more than the skin on your arms and feets. Therefore, shaving can cause tiny wounds that are not always seen.
That might explain why 60% of females stated they experienced negative effects after shaving pubic hair. The most frequent are small cuts, after which there is growing hair. Even though small, injuries are not naive!
The skin below the waist is full of sweat glands; which means that the area is moist and mostly dark. A perfect environment for bacterial growth, especially if the skin is damaged by a small cut, it might very easily access the bacteria and viruses, and is a great risk of infection.
You can become infected with sexually-transmitted diseases such as herpes and HPV, because pubic hair is in fact a natural barrier that prevents infection.
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