showering and making the hair wet prior to waxing. Hair absorbs
the water making it soft and less likely to adhere well to the
wax. Tough hair is easier to pull off.
sure to test a small area of skin first to make sure there is
no acute sensitivity or allergic reaction to bikini hair removal
should be at least 1/8 inch long. If it isn't wait until it
reaches this length.
sure to wash the skin thoroughly and dry it well beforehand
to remove any lotions or oils which may prevent the wax from
adhering closely to the skin.
the wax carefully so as not to overheat and thus burn the skin
when applying. Test on a small area first. The consistency should
be soft rather than runny.
pain and discomfort is a main concern use a pain reducing gel
or cream available from pharmacists. These solutions should
be applied 30 to 60 minutes before waxing so the skin is numbed
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a thin layer of wax in the direction of the hair growth and
peel back with a rapid movement close to the skin. Do not pull
up or out, rather pull back.
the skin with a warm moist towel afterwards to remove excess
wearing tight clothing over freshly waxed areas to minimize
the risk of irritation and ingrown hairs.
24-48 hours exfoliate the skin (with a Loofa sponge for example)
to prevent the dead skin from accumulating and causing hair
to become ingrown after bikini hair removal.
Brazilian Body Hard Wax achieves the desired results when using
waxing for bikini hair removal.
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Hair Removal - Option 3 - Wet Shaving
a female razor, obtainable from Wilkinson Sword or other well known
razor manufacturers, rather than an ordinary safety razor. Microfine
wires wrap around the blade minimizing the risk of nicks and cuts.
Opt for a more expensive good quality razor rather than a cheap
throw away which is more likely to cause nicks, soreness and razor
burns in this sensitive area.
the pubic hair is thick and long use small scissors to trim down
the hair to about a quarter of an inch. This will avoid blunting
and clogging the razor too quickly.
a large, washcloth and lay it over the entire pubic area for two
or three minutes. Alternatively, take a long hot bath or stay in
the shower for a while making sure the genital area receives a lot
of water. Pubic hair is coarser than head hair and needs more time
upwards against the direction of the hair growth. Make sure there
is shaving foam on the skin each time you make a stroke with the
razor. Shaving bare skin can cause razor burn.
stop or reduce itching after shaving rub an ice cube over the area.
Alternatively, rub a little baby oil into the pubic area.
you suffer from itchiness or blood spots, let the hair grow back
for a week before shaving again.
the shaven area well moisturized between shaves by using a skin
moisturizer or baby lotion. This will reduce the uncomfortable effect
the stubble may cause between shaves.