For a long time, waxing in the intimate area has been associated with the famous myth that saying something like this increases the chances of sexually transmitted infections. Recent studies at The Ohio State University proved that this is not true. The study found that there was no association between waxing of public hairs and diseases such as chlamydia or gonorrhea.
However, this does not mean that you do not prepare for such a meeting. Below is a list of things you need to know before moving to the intimate area.
1. You have many benefits if you don't wax in the intimate area!
Pubic hairs act as protectors of the female genitalia. They do not allow bad bacteria to get into you to create an infection. If you are constantly waxing and leaving nothing down there, the risk of having genital problems is greater.
2. Most women still think wax removal is more hygienic ...
And though there is a list of hygienic benefits that come from pubic hair, society has taught us the opposite. The less, the better. Most women think they are cleaner by being completely waxed in the intimate area. In fact, we just cleared the dirt to get in!
3. Injuries from waxing are becoming more frequent
Not all aesthetists know how to wax properly. Injuries to that area are not only painful but take time to recover from.
4. Some waxing methods are safer than others
If you have it in your mind that you don't want to see any hairs on your eyes, ok. Just be careful in the way you choose. If the razor is the first and last option for you, make sure it is new, clean, and only yours. If you choose wax, do yourself a favor and don't apply it at home. Your intimate area deserves more attention and love.