There are a few things you can do to help prevent razor burn and ingrown hairs after shaving your pubic area: 1. Use a sharp, clean razor when shaving. A dull or old razor will cause irritation and increase the risk of Razor Burn 2. Wet your skin with warm water before shave to soften hair 3. Apply shaving cream or gel for sensitive skin 4. Shave in the direction hair grows to avoid nicks 5. Rinse off after shaved 6

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People with coarse pubic hair are more likely to have ingrown hairs. Wet your skin with warm water before shave to soften hair. Shave in the direction hair grows to avoid nicks.

Why Do I Get So Many Ingrown Hairs When I Shave My Pubes?

People who shave, wax, or use another method to remove pubic hair are more likely to have ingrown hairs. Ingrown pubic hairs can be caused by wearing tight clothing that rubs and irritates the skin. People with coarse pubic hair are more likely to have ingrown hairs. [0]

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Will Ingrown Hairs Go Away If I Stop Shaving?

The first thing to do is stop. That’s right, you read that. If you have ingrown hairs, stop using waxing, shaving, or any other hair removal methods. It’s a good idea to keep the hair uncut, as it can introduce an illness. [1]

Should You Pluck Ingrown Pubic Hairs?

If the hairs are shaved too close to the skin, they tend to have a sharp edge which can reenter the skin and cause an ingrown. It can leave a fragment of hair under the skin surface and lead to inflammation if you pee along your bikini line. [2]

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Sources:

  1. https://www.medicalnewstoday.com/articles/323182
  2. https://www.ouithepeople.com/blogs/news/epic-guide-treat-and-prevent-ingrown-hairs
  3. https://www.icecreamderm.com/about-us/articles/newsletter/featured-article/put-down-the-tweezers-here-s-the-safest-way-to-g/

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