How to Remove Pubic Hair Safely at Home and with a Professional

How to Remove Pubic Hair Safely at Home and with a Professional

The first thing you need to do is take care of your body. If you have any health problems or are pregnant, then it’s best not to shave. You might want to consider getting some medical checkups before shaving your whole body.

Next, make sure that there isn’t anything in the area where you’re going to be doing this procedure. For example, if you’re going to be removing pubic hair from behind, then make sure that there aren’t any hairs in the area around your privates. Also, make sure that there isn’t something like glue or other chemicals that could cause an allergic reaction.

If you’re going to be shaving the front part of your legs and don’t mind having them bare (or even naked), then go ahead and get started right away! Otherwise, wait until after you’ve had a shower and washed up thoroughly.

Before You Begin: Check Your Diet

It’s always better to start off with cleanliness than risk infection later on. So before you begin, make sure that you’re eating healthy foods and avoiding unhealthy ones. It’s best to say no to foods high in fat and sugars because you don’t want the hair not coming off in one piece and clogging your drain.

A lot of people are wondering how long it takes to remove pubic hair. It really just depends on how fast your hair grows. The average time takes about two weeks for most people, but it will entirely vary depending on your diet, health, age, gender, method, and a number of other factors.

The most important thing to remember is that you can’t hurry up the process. If you try to speed things up by waxing or shaving more than is necessary, then you’re risking getting infections or other unwanted side effects. This is especially true for women who are prone to getting yeast infections if the area becomes irritated and moist. If this does happen, then you should get medical treatment immediately.

Easiest Places to Begin

Begin somewhere simple like your legs. This is an easy place to start and you can always move over to other, more complex areas later. For most, the easiest place to start is behind the knees and ankles. This is because the skin in that area is very thin and easy to cut or irritate if you aren’t use to doing this.

If you’re going somewhere more private, then you might want to trim the hair first before actually removing it. Again, this is to prevent yourself from getting irritated or from the hair not coming off in one piece.

The most popular places to begin are your underarms and legs because they’re easy to do and they lessen the amount of mess you’ll make. If you’re worried about smelly armpits then you can use an antiperspirant or deodorant while you’re removing the hair out there. It’s recommended that you take a shower before doing this though since it’ll be a lot easier to remove the hair and there will be less of a mess.

More Advanced Techniques

Shaving is more for people who can’t grow much body hair or for those who want to remove hair in the quickest manner possible. If you don’t mind spending a little more time and effort, then waxing is much better because it lasts longer and you won’t have to worry about regrowing hair as quickly.

Waxing involves using hot wax that seeps into the pores of your skin and pulls out the hairs from there. This is the best method for people who can’t grow much body hair in general. If you decide to use this method, then it’s important that you don’t do it on a regular basis. You should only do it every once in awhile because your skin needs to rest and recharge.

Another popular alternative is to use an epilator. This involves using tweezers of sorts that pull out one hair at a time. It’s a lot slower than the other two methods, but it lasts the longest and is best for people who don’t want to go through the hassle or expense of wax.

Make sure that whatever method you choose, you’re in a private area where you can make a mess without having to worry about cleaning it up. If you’re concerned about getting busted, then you can always put on a movie for background noise to mask the sounds you’ll be making.

If you’re planning on doing this with a friend, then it might be good to do it at their house and not at yours. Even if your parents don’t normally barge into your room, you don’t want them walking in on you half naked and possibly freaking out about what you’re doing.

Whatever you do, make sure you follow the instructions on the package for the best and safest results. Don’t try to add anything else to the mixture because you could seriously hurt yourself. As long as you’re careful and take your time, then you should be fine.

After Care

Once you’ve finished removing the hair in the area you have chosen, it’s very important that you DO NOT SCRATCH! You may feel an intense sensation or even a burning feeling due to all the hair removal. This will eventually subside, but in the meantime, here are some tips that might help with relieving the itch:

-Take a very hot shower or bath. Although this will probably feel very good while you’re doing it, it will also open your pores and cause the hair to grow back more quickly. This is only a short term solution.

-Apply a cold cloth or bag of frozen vegetables to the area. This will help reduce the blood flow in the area and therefore, alleviate some of the itching.

-Apply lotion or some other type of skin care product to the area. This will prevent your skin from drying out and cracking, which is another cause of itching.

-Take a non-drowsy antihistamine. This will help reduce the swelling in the area and therefore lessen the itching as well.

Whatever you do, DON’T scratch. This will only cause broken skin, which could lead to infection. Again, this is a very important step to take to ensure your personal safety because we don’t need you getting some nasty disease because you decided to do something stupid like scratch yourself until you bleed.

Okay, it’s been several hours (or maybe even days if you decided to use one of the longer methods) and the itching is probably driving you insane. Well lucky for you, this is probably the easiest part. What you want to do is very simple, and that’s apply lotion or some other type of moisturizer to the area. This will help the skin heal faster and prevent dryness and cracking.

You might think that using something with aloe in it would be best, but this might actually end up irritating your skin due to the fact that the aloe is sticking to the hair and pulling it out. If you have some lotion or another moisturizer with you, that should work just fine.

So now that you’ve completed this and you’re starting to feel more comfortable in your own skin (so to speak), you can start thinking about what comes next. If you were able to get all the hair removed, then great! You won’t have to worry about doing it as frequently anymore. But if you didn’t get it all, then you’re going to have to do it all over again, but this time you might need to do it even more frequently.

But before you do that however, there is one last thing that you can try since you won’t need to worry about your parents or anyone else walking in on you anymore: shaving. This will obviously require the use of a razor and some shaving cream or soap.

When you first start out, you’re probably going to have a tough time trying to get the right amount of skin exposed while still managing to not cut it too short or miss any spots. But don’t worry; practice makes perfect and eventually you’ll get the hang of it.

As for the hair removal itself, that’s all there is to it. Of course there are other methods that can be used such as laser treatments, waxing, sugaring, etc. but we’ll save those for another day. And who knows, maybe you won’t ever have to worry about hair removal again if you decide to stay eunuch.

Well, I hope that this information is useful to you. Remember though, nothing in this letter is to leave this room. If the wrong eyes saw all this, we’d both be in a world of trouble. So just keep your mouth shut and all your little secrets to yourself.

Regards,

Your Friend

You stare at the letter in a mixed state of confusion, intrigue and suspicion.

Did this really just happen?

You can’t be sure if this was all some weird trick or not. It would appear that you’ve just joined some sort of secret society…of sorts. Hell, maybe this is all a joke set up by your friends and you’ve fallen for it hook, line and sinker.

But if that’s the case, why would they go through all this trouble?

There had to be a simpler way to play a prank on you.

“So…what did the letter say?”

Your head snaps around to find Victoria standing in the doorway. You must’ve forgotten to lock it after she left.

V-Victoria?

When did you…?”

She raises a hand to silence you. “Before you even start, yes I was listening the entire time and no I’m not mad.”

You’re not?”

She shakes her head. “I would’ve intervened if I thought you were in any real danger. And besides, this is something that we need to discuss before we go any further.”

She steps into the room and shuts the door behind her. “First things first, yes your friends definitely set this up. But contrary to popular belief, they aren’t trying to kill you or anything along those lines. They’re attempting to do the exact opposite.”

Which is?”

you ask.

“They’re trying to help you.”

Excuse me?”

Victoria nods. “From what I heard, it sounds like they want to help you get out of this place. Which considering your previous conversations, sounds about right.”

Get out? You mean like, leave the city?”

She nods. “Now I don’t know if that means your group is heading to the border or somewhere else entirely, but given that you’re not ready to leave yet, I’m inclined to believe that they want you to stay hidden and make preparations first.”

You frown. “

Wait, so you’ve been eavesdropping this whole time? Why?”

“Because I wanted to make sure that you were going to be safe. Contrary to popular belief, I do care about you and your well being. I always have.”

She looks down at the floor and rubs the back of her neck. “I mean…if it wasn’t for me, you probably wouldn’t have even been involved in this whole thing.

You’d be back in your old home, living your old life.”

“You keep saying ‘old life’, like it was some sort of dream. If we’re being honest here, I enjoyed my time at the Sweatshop and I’d probably be there right now if you hadn’t come along and stirred everything up.”

She looks at you with surprise. “You…you would?”

You nod. “Yeah. I mean it had its good and bad moments, but for the most part I think I was fairly adapted to it. Adapted to the point where I didn’t really have a reason to leave.”

“Even after all the horrible things that Mr.

Reynolds did to you?

The way he…” Victoria stops herself and takes a deep breath. “You could’ve left at any time, yet you stayed.

Why?”

There’s that question again.

Why didn’t you leave?

It’s been on your mind for quite some time now.

“I…I don’t know,” you answer honestly. “Guess I just got comfortable.

I can’t say it was the best living arrangement, but it was all I knew. Leaving seemed so daunting.” You chuckle. “Hell, it still does.”

Why? Because of the people after you?

You can’t really believe that they’ll find you here.”

“Partly, I guess. But it’s also because…well I don’t know any different.

Even living on the streets, I still had hope that one day things would get better. That I would somehow move up in the world, even if it was just a little bit. I know that’s probably horribly naive.”

“No, it’s not that. It’s just…” She takes your hand.

“It’s not a bad thing that you want a better life. Everybody wants that, even me. But I’m just worried that you’re going to get yourself killed, or worse in your pursuit of it.”

“I’ll be fine,” you insist.

“I know…I suppose I’m just conflicted about all this. On one hand I’m happy that you’re finally taking control of your life, even if it is indirectly.

But on the other, I don’t want to lose you. Even as selfish as it is, I still don’t want to share you with anyone else.”

“You’re not going to.”

“You can’t know that.”

“Well…I guess you have a point there. But I have to try anyway.

Not for myself, but for my…