Avoid hair bumps in your pubic area with shaving techniques own. I would normally caution against “wet” shaving for people suffering from hair bumps.
There are a few things you can do to reduce the appearance of hair bumps after shaving. This is especially important with summer season just around the corner. If you’ve never shaved pubic area, I caution you to gather as many facts as you can before you do and weigh the pros and cons to make sure it is the right decision for you.
That said: here are some guidelines to reduce the appearance of bumps after shaving your pubic hair region.
- Choose the right razor. If you have had problems with ingrown hairs in the past, stay away from multi-blade razors. This may mean using simple economic BIC blades, but you will be better in the long run. Most razors manufactured today are oriented towards the production of a closer shave as possible and all that is good for most it is not a good idea for someone struggling with ingrown hairs.
- Haircut with sharp scissors first. If you have long hair in your pubic area, use a pair of sharp scissors to cut the hair as low as possible first. This will make it easier to shave when you start using the razor.
- Prepare the rest of the hair for shaving. Wash the area and shampoo with a mild shampoo. If the water is warm the hair will be soft when you start shaving. Apply your shaving cream generously. Use a shaving cream with sweet ingredients.
- Start shaving. Shave in the direction of hair growth and try to avoid going over the same area too often to avoid damaging the skin.
- Moisturize the area after shaving is finished. Again, it is important to stay away from harsh products.
- Include an exfoliation routine between chips to remove hardened plugs of protein.
Follow these simple steps to make hair bumps in your pubic area a thing of the past.