When you hop in the tub, shampoo, condition, and cleanse your bod before going anywhere near your razor. Another way to help prevent those dreaded razor bumps on your bikini area? Exfoliate first. Palmer suggests using a salicylic or glycolic acid cleanser to do so. Both of these acids slough away dead skin, which in turn allows your blade to glide more smoothly over your skin.
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An ad for female shaving products has been banned for objectifying women and the likelihood that it would cause serious or widespread offence. The video-on-demand ad for Femfresh bikini line shaving products, seen on ITV Player and 4oD in March and April, featured several women wearing briefs and swimwear while dancing. The Advertising Standards Authority ASA said 17 viewers complained that the ad objectified women and portrayed them in an overly sexualised way, and was therefore offensive and socially irresponsible. It claimed close-up shots were used to illustrate that the product could give consumers a smooth bikini line.
Femfresh bikini line advert banned for objectifying women
First things first: There's no one right way to deal with pubic hair. You can leave it how it grows, shave it into a shape, wax it off completely, trim it a little bit, or something else entirely — it's all fine. At the end of the day, how you decide to handle your body including your pubic hair! That being said, if you do decide to alter your pubic hair in some way, you want to be armed with the right tools and info to avoid getting any nicks, bumps, or razor burn down there.
You can adjust the trimmer position thanks to its included guide, too, so your results are pretty customizable. The attachments are definitely the coolest thing about this bikini trimmer—you get four heads, including a rotating exfoliator that helps keep your skin soft and smooth in-between trimming and shaving. Enough said.