No, you should not use shaving soap when shaving your vagina.
No, you should not use shaving soap when shaving your vagina. To remove pubic hair, instead of using shaving cream, use a creamy soap or cream-based body wash.
Can I Use Soap For Shaving Pubic Area?
To remove pubic hair, instead of using shaving cream, you should use a creamy soap or cream-based body wash. It doesn’t make your skin dull or dry. 
What Should I Do When I Shave My Private Area?
With the skin pulled taut, shave with light, gentle strokes. Don’t push too hard, let your blades do the work, that’s what they’re designed for. The harder you push, the more likely your shave will be irritation and razor bumps. 
What To Use While Shaving Private Parts?
Apply a generous amount of shaving cream to the areas you want to shave. It’s a good idea to use a fragrance-free shaving cream on the area. 
What To Do After I Shaved Down There?
When you’re done shaving, wash the area with lots of warm water. To keep skin smooth, apply soft baby oil. Some people don’t like baby oil perfume. You want a cream or lotion that is free of perfume, antiaging ingredients, and sunscreens. 
Should I Clean Shave Down There?
You don’t have to trim pubic hair for health reasons. It depends on personal preference. A vagina facial aims to give you smoother skin by tackling ingrown hairs and discoloration. 
How Do You Take Care Of Shaved Pubes?
If you shower on a regular basis, pubic hair doesn’t need a beauty regimen. It needs to be washed with soap and water. There’s no need to condition it, give it an oil treatment, or treat it to a spa day. 
Is It Ok To Shave Your Private Area?
It’s tl;dr. If it makes you feel good about your genitals and confident in front of sexual partners, trimming or removing your pubes is fine. It may be best to avoid shaving and stick to waxing as shaving increases the risk of laceration and infections. 
Frank Harmenstein is the lead editor of the grooming website Cut Throat Straight Razor, and has over 15 years of experience in the industry. He’s personally tested and reviewed over 200 different straight razors, and has written countless articles on the subject.