Tune asked in HealthMen's Health · 8 years ago

I tried shaving my pubic hairs for the first time and...?

I must of put too much pressure on my skin because when I was done it left these red bumps that eventually turned into pimples that wont go away. Is this normal?

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  • Anonymous
    8 years ago
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    Here's how to shave your pubes: 1st pluck/wax some of them while they're long. Cut the hairs short. Apply shaving cream or conditioner to the pubic area. Then shave upwards in the opposite direction of the hairs with a 5-bladed razor. Be sure to shave hard to make it smooth. Afterwords to avoid getting beginners side effects wash the area off with acne cleanser, dishwasher soap, or rubbing alcohol. It only takes me 5 minutes to shave that & I shave about 3x a week. If done right you will be incredibly smooth like me. If you do experience beginners side effects don't panic! just put acne cream on the bumps, pop them if you can, keep up the shaving routine, & they should go away within a month. That's just a reaction cause your body isnt used to being hairless there. Even I itched & burned when I 1st started. Also try rubbing one of those skin moisturizing bar soaps on the area after you shave it. That'll make it really soft. Also when my facial razor gets dull I switch it to my body razor.

    You can also get it removed permanently with electrolysis which is painful & costs $55 an hour. I've gotten 3 treatments on mine. Email me for more info about it.

    Here's the benefits of hair removal: The absence of it is erotic, sensational, & it's easier to sexually relieve yourself. You'll feel sexier, younger, & cleaner. For girls it makes their periods easier to clean up because the hair traps in blood. It's cleaner because hair traps in odors & dirt & is 1 less thing to wash when you take a shower. One of the reasons I started shaving is because I would kill time twirling the hairs when I saw that area. Pubes can get caught in stuff like your zipper. & you won't leave long gross hairs on stuff like toilets. The only real con is that it takes time & maintance. But then alot of hairy people spend that time doing other worthless stuff like smoking.

    I've got a blog posted on my profile about why there's nothing wrong with pubic hair removal (or body hair removal on either sex) that you & everybody else should read. & fyi you don't need to be sexually active to shave that area. I have friends that are complete prudes that are into body hair removal.

    I hope I am helping people by answering these questions. If you don't wanna pick my answer as best I'd at least like to know if my advice has helped you.

  • Anonymous
    8 years ago

    What you mean is you regret doing it!

    Just wait till the itching starts and then you'll be back asking what to do about all the ingrowing hairs.

    Like I said.....

  • Anonymous
    8 years ago

    Now you know why nearly every guy who shaves, shaves once and never again. And about 99.9% never shave.

  • Anonymous
    8 years ago

    They are either ingrown hairs that need to be popped or its razor burn that will go away.

    Good luck :)

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