Of all the places that can get itchy, red, and irritated on your body, an itchy vagina might rank as the absolute worst. I mean, it's not exactly easy to scratch down there. But what's even more frustrating than doing the crotch-itch dance in public is not knowing why your vagina's itchy in the first place is it a yeast infection? And if the temptation to scratch becomes even more unbearable at night, you're not alone.
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How to Shave Your Vagina: Pubic Area Shaving Tips from Experts | InStyle
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. Read on for expert tips on how to shave your pubic hair and answers to all your questions about grooming down there. We get it.
If you're not the kind of woman who regularly examines herself south of the border, you might not realize that, just like the rest of your body, your vagina is getting older. It's not that your vagina is celebrating your exact birthday. After all, "your body doesn't know that the calendar is changing," says Alyssa Dweck , MD, an assistant clinical professor of obstetrics and gynecology at the Ichan School of Medicine at Mount Sinai in New York and a practicing gynecologist in Westchester County.
Plus, why some have never used a razor below the belt. Do you remember the first time you shaved your pubes? When you were awkwardly bent over in the shower yelling at your parents to stop knocking on the door and asking why you've been in there for so long