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home>>beauty & fashion>>hair care>>hair removal>>Does Shaving Make You Itch Down There?

Does Shaving Make You Itch Down There?

by: Kathy Hammond

Have you ever had this happen - You decide to do something different and exciting for your lover, like completely shaving your pubic area, but end up with red blotches and so sore you don't even want your lover to see or touch you? What a drag.

The thought was a good one - really - You just made the same mistake most people make, thinking you could use just anything for shaving the pubic area.

The pubic area is quite different and certainly more sensitive than other parts of the body you might already be shaving. For those of you who know, the closest comparison would be with shaving under your arms.

Whether you're a male or female, if you try shaving your pubic area with the same device you use for shaving your face, under arms or legs, it's most likely that you're going to irritate the pubic area skin.

Tell the truth - You were shaving with a wet razor weren't you? Or was it your favorite triple-headed shaver you usually use for shaving your face?

Whichever it was, it didn't give you the results you had been hoping for.

This doesn't mean you should give up the idea of shaving your pubic area, just that you need to find out about better shaving tools for this area.

Just like thousands of others who already have.

What? You think you're the first to want to have a hairless pubic mound? You might be surprised ... Just mention your shaving experience to one or two of your closest friends and see what happens. They may be thrilled to finally be able to talk to someone about their own experiences.

And know this - Learning how shaving is best done in the pubic area is also important to achieving that silky, smooth look and feel you're wanting.

Your friends may be able to enlighten you to pubic shaving tricks and tips they've learned along the way.

Just remember that every body is different and/so what works for them might not be best for you. But at least you may hear some things to think about as you continue to explore shaving your pubic area.

Allow your pubic hair to grow back in some, which will allow your skin to settle down, before attempting shaving again.

But do try again - Those who are shaving their pubic area, and those who are benefiting from it say it's amazing how much it adds to intimate interactions.

All you need to do now is your own research to find out about the shaving tools designed for safely shaving the pubic area.

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About The Author
Bodworx International presents articles, tips, tricks and resources for hair removal from the entire body at their personal shaver website. Visit them at http://www.hair-removal-shaver.com for more information.
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