Without any doubt, Brazilian waxing is the next level up from the bikini wax. Therefore, it is more popular than ever today. If you are going it for first time, here is something useful for you. Read on.
If it is asked- which is the most common hair removal method, undoubtedly, the answer is waxing. Of course, there are plenty of other ways including threading, hair removal cream, shaving, and so on. However, it is one of the most trusted methods to take your body hair off. Whether it is about pubic hair or simply arm hair, waxing is preferred as a cost effective and efficient solution to get rid of any unwanted hair.
What about those untidy hair present in your bikini region? Is there any solution to remove them ideally? Yes, there is- Brazilian wax. While there is an option of regular bikini wax to remove pubic hair which has crept outside the bikini line boundaries, the better one is Brazilian wax. Reason being, it incorporated the removal of hair from the entire genital area. Even the fluff between the buttocks is cleared.
Sometimes it involves leaving a small strip, referred to landing strip above the pubic bone, but this is optional, as per your need. The name arrives from the greater popularity of this style in Brazil in the 1980s. Later, it was followed by people all across the globe.
Are there any risks of going bare down?
People often wonder, whether there are health risks involved or not. Well, the good thing is that going bare down there never increases the chances of genital health problems. But yes, the procedure itself can be risky. Hence, you need to be ready for inflammation and infection. This is common among people who have a lowered immune system. There can be several other problems, for example;
- When the aesthetician fails to pull the skin taut enough during waxing.
- When you wear tight and friction-causing clothing after the procedure.
As the genital-area skin is most delicate than any other areas of the body, thus it is more prone to infection.
There is a lot you can do to reduce the risks and side-effects. Before you step out for an appointment, gently exfoliate the area. This will remove any dead skin cells present and will block the skin pore and hair follicle. You can go for warm compress for the particular area. This will help you relax the skin pores, assisting in easier hair removal.
Another thing you can do is trim the hair in the area to 1/8 of an inch. Logic is simple, shorter the hair length is, lesser painful will be the removal process. If still fear of pain surrounds you, try Dr.Numb®. It is safe and 5% lidocaine based anesthetic cream. Being easy to us, this works ideally on every skin type. You can apply a thick layer and go for waxing session over and over again. You will love it!