We know that hair removal can be a huge pain in more ways than one so we’re here to help you navigate it for a super sensitive spot- the bikini area! It’s important to remember that bikini hair, or pubic hair is totally normal and everyone has it! Choosing to remove it is up to you and you should never feel pressured to do it if you.

Aren’t comfortable with it When getting rid of hair in this area there are two ways to do it One is only along the bikini line or the hair that might show along the sides of your underwear The other is a Brazilian and usually means a total hair removal, Shaving is pain free but comes with its fair share of issues like small cut itchiness stubble Ingrown hair And after all that the hair grows back in 1-2 days If you’re going for this method there are a few things that you should remember:.

Exfoliate the area before with a gentle body scrub to help reduce the amount of ingrown hair Use a clean sharp razor preferably a new one to prevent infection and a uneven shave from dull blades You can even get an electric trimmer that is made for removing bikini hair Always use a shaving cream or a moisturizing body wash and never shave dry because you’ll end up with some small cuts and with uncomfortable stubble If your hair is too long You can first trim it with a comb and a pair of scissors Since the hair in this area is thicker.

Shave in the direction of the growth not against it to avoid ingress Once you’re done Moisturize the area with a light Fragrance free moisturizer but avoid using coconut oil because it will clog your pores You can also apply medicated creams like soframycin to the area for a few days after to prevent infection and to help soothe any small redness or bumps Waxing can be done at home by yourself or at a parlor and the results last for 3 to 4 weeks.

However, it definitely a painful process and isn’t every ones cup of tea If you have a high pain threshold and prefer waxing then here are a few tips: Like shaving you Should exfoliate before to loosen up the hair and open up any clogged pores Make sure your skin is clean and dry and if you’re waxing yourself at home use, some powder to soak up any oils or sweat Remember to smooth the strip down in the direction of growth and pull it off in the opposite direction.

A good tip to deal with the pain is to inhale just before pulling off the strip and exhale while it’s being pulled off, which will reduce the tension in your body and reduce the pain too Use a cotton Swab to dab on a mixture of rose water and a couple of drops of tea tree oil The rosewater will help close your pores and soothes the skin and the tea tree oil prevents bacteria and ingrown hair Like shaving you can apply a medicated cream especially in the folds of your.

Skin to avoid redness and bumps There are special bikini Epilators available that like waxing pulls the hair out from the roots and last 3 to 4 weeks and you can do this easily at home However a lot of people say that appellation Hurts more than waxing and since it removes the hair one at a time it can take longer than waxing as well Just like with other hair removal methods remember.

To exfoliate before piloting for best results Read the instructions of your emulator well as each one might function slightly differently and test it out on your arm or leg before going into your bikini line! Hair removal cream is a pain free method and the results last about 1 to 2 weeks, but since they’re a chemical remover they can be harmful.

To sensitive skin so always do a patch test first The creams have also been known to darken the skin if you use them over and over again so this is something to be mindful of, You also can’t use this for an all over Brazilian hair removal since they can’t be used all over the bikini area Instead, you can use these just for the bikini line There are a few things you can do to get it right: We’ve said it before – exfoliating is key so don’t skip this step.

Apply the cream in an even thick layer across your skin never rub it into the skin Leave it on for around 5 minutes and then check a small patch to see if the hair is coming off If not, wait for another minute and check again Don’t leave it on for more than 10 minutes as it can burn your skin Make sure to check your cream for the specific timings it suggests When it’s been long enough, you can wash the cream off and wash yourself with a moisturizing body wash Laser hair removal is a semi permanent option.

But it’s quite expensive and can be painful to You also have to sit through many sessions over several weeks, so make sure to speak to a few doormats and even someone who’s experienced the process as well We know bikini hair removal can be awkward and messy, but we hope that this video takes out some of the guesswork for you Until next time stay tuned and stay Glamrs