Caring for shaved private parts

Duration: 6min 20sec Views: 1287 Submitted: 02.12.2019
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Curly, straight, long, short, trimmed, wild, waxed, plucked, shaved, bedazzled, or left alone — there are a whole lot of things we can choose to do or not do with our pubic and body hair. Whether we wax it all off or let it grow out — people always seem to have an opinion about it, which is, when you think about it, kinda weird. Pubes are in! You might be surprised to hear that pubic hair serves not just one, but multiple purposes: It provides a cushion against friction, wicks away sweat and discharge , and protects bacteria from irritating the skin and entering the urethra where urine exits the body. Pubic hair basically acts as your first line of defense against bacteria and irritation during sex. No matter the current state of your pubes, here are a couple of tips and tricks to keep your sensitive areas safe and happy!

Top 8 hygiene tips to take care of your pubic hair

SKIN CARE DOWN THERE: TIPS FOR SURVIVING THE SUMMER - Kamm McKenzie OBGYN

Summer months bring increased humidity and moisture, which can lead to the development of vaginitis for some women. The vagina is an ideal host for yeast, also called Candida, due to the dark, warm, and moist environment where candida thrives. Preventing excess moisture is the key to warding off yeast infections. Next, change into dry undergarments as soon as you have an opportunity to do so, and avoid using scented vaginal hygiene products. Less is more when it comes to vaginal health: Think of the vagina as a self-cleaning oven. Use only water and unscented soap to wash my recommendation: Dove Sensitive Skin soap.

So You Want To Shave Your Vagina…

Shaving and waxing can irritate the skin area leading to ingrown hairs, dryness and even rashing! All of which are uncomfortable and your underwear can irritate this further. We spoke to the team at FUR to get their top tips to maintain this area.
I am an overwhelmingly high-maintenance person. I know that's extremely uncool to admit, but it's true and I've come to terms it. My clothing is organized by sleeve length, I exclusively feed my cats their favorite wet food, and the volume on TV always has to end in 0, 2, 5, or 8. Okay, that last one is more neurotic than anything.