Intimate shaving: Swinging the blade in the bath...
Intimate shaving - what's the best way? Is it all going to go off, or is it naughty to have some hair back? And if you're going to have a little pubic hair, what's it going to look like?
Intimate shaving is in many ways like art. It is an art in itself to perform a good and smooth shave, without making wounds and lacerations. Most men know shaving from the morning routine in the bathroom where it can probably be difficult to get around the nose properly with the razor and how tired eyes can turn the process into a bloodbath. And when we women shave legs, there is a number of years of practice behind shaving around the ankles – without getting a piece of meat.
But when it comes to intimate shaving, both women and, perhaps especially, men, realize that you have to be extra careful and gentle when shaving the missus or your best friend. If you also want to be flushing and ingrown hair in addition, take a look at the 3 best advices for intimate shaving:
1. Warm up!
Just like with so much else, it's funniest and best to be warm first. This is how the skin is and therefore it is a good idea to rinse the skin with warm water for a while before starting with the leaf.
Remember to also warm up before the layer gymnastics starts
2. Good with lubrication!
It's the lubrication that does it. Therefore, it is important to use shaving foam or something else when you shave as it all just slips better and the skin is irritated less.
'ShaveSafe' is a shaving foam particularly suitable for intimate shaving, it reduces the risk of red buds, etc.
3. A sharp blade!
Approaching your most sensitive place with a sharp razor blade may seem a little anxiety-provoking. Nevertheless, this is what it takes if you want to avoid irritation, buds, etc. The blade should be sharp and clean – every time! And then start – as when you would cuddle any other – with the hairs.