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"Vaginal Hair Removal"

Vaginal Hair Removal - Options and Resources

Women need to exercise caution with vaginal hair removal in view of the delicate skin in the genital area. The skin of the outer vaginal lips (labia majora) is stronger but the tissue of the inner vaginal lips (labia minora) is very delicate and sensitive.

An electric shaver especially designed for vaginal hair removal is also available. It uses Micro-Fine Shaving Screen Technology which avoids painful nicks and cuts or red bumps and irritations . . .

 

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The Feminine is an ultra-fine comb, precision trimming-head trimmer. Vaginal Hair RemovalRemove fine pubic hair without painful waxing, tweezing or chemicals that burn.

The Feminine trims close so there is little to no chance of getting cut or nicked since the teeth are very small and close together.

This is the ultimate choice for personal areas.

It's safe enough to make direct contact with the skin.

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"I've been using your 'personal shaver' shaver for a month. I have never managed to get my vagina lips so smooth before. There is simply no pubic hair left on my body."

"For years I have been shaving my vagina and pubic area. I have also received more than my fair share of razor burn and irritation. Your product has put a stop to that."

"Even those tricky bits between your lips were easy to shave using this. I really liked the fact that this product felt safe especially considering where I was using it."

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Guidelines When Using The Waxing Option

When waxing is chosen as the method for vaginal hair removal, follow these suggestions: Avoid 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.

Be sure to test a small area of skin first to make sure there is no acute sensitivity or allergic reaction to the process.

Hair should be at least 1/8 inch long. If it isn't wait until it reaches this length.

Be 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.

Heat 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.

If 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 beforehand.

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Apply 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.

Clean the skin with a warm moist towel afterwards to remove excess wax.

Avoid wearing tight clothing over freshly waxed areas to minimize the risk of irritation and ingrown hairs.

After 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 vaginal hair removal.

Best Positions for Vaginal Hair Removal

Sitting: Sit in a chair with your feet up above your waist and legs spread apart.

Sitting: Sit with one leg propped above your waist and the other leg resting on the floor.

Lying: Lie on your back with legs wide apart and raised in the air so that all the shaveable areas are spread taught.

Lying: Lie on your side with the bottom leg straight out and the top leg bent at the knee and tucked behind the straight leg.

Squatting: Bend the knees and keep the legs wide apart so the pubic areas are easy to work on. Put a mirror on the ground if necessary for better control.

Many find depilatories too harsh for vaginal hair removal. If used great caution must be taken to avoid the strong chemicals affecting the sensitive skin on the inner lips of the vagina.

 

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