You actually don’t need to get rid of your pubic hair for sexual or other sexually related health concerns, except from potentially reducing sweat odor. Pubic hair grooming ultimately boils down to personal preference.
However, many people from many walks of life have followed it, including both men and women. Dr. Geetika Mittal Gupta discusses the advantages and disadvantages of several procedures for removing hair from the pubic area in order to assist us better understand which method is best for us.
There are many methods you may use at home to cut or shape your pubic hair, but bear in mind that none of them are durable. Unless the loss is the result of an underlying medical condition, hair typically grows back even some of the harshest medical treatments. Be prepared to regularly remove pubic hair if you want to preserve it.
Shaving is one of the easiest ways to get rid of hair because all you need is a clean blade and some cream or gel. If you only need to trim or shape your hair for a short while, tweezing, also known as plucking, is less time-consuming, less painful, and less messy than shaving. Continue reading to learn about further hair removal techniques from Dr. Geetika.