More and more men are discovering what women have known for a long time, shaving, or at least trimming, the hair in the genital area can keep odors at bay as well as provide a much softer and smoother area for those intimate moments. When it comes to finding the best methods for male genital hair removal, the options are basically the same as you would find for any other type of hair removal… you just might want to be a little more careful in this sensitive area!
If you choose to use a method that needs to be performed by someone else, such as lasers or electrolysis, make sure you spend plenty of time researching the doctors or salons in your area that perform these types of services. When allowing someone ‘down there’ to help you get rid of pubic hair, you want to make darn sure they know what they are doing and that they are operating out of clean and sanitized conditions.
Here are a few options you can consider for removing pubic hair:
1. Many men will just shave their pubic hair, either completely removing it or just trimming it up so it isn’t so unsightly. When it comes time to shave make sure you have all the supplies you will need. You will want to invest in some sharp scissors as well as a razor with a new blade, get some quality shave cream, and a calming cream that you can apply after you’ve shaved to help soothe the skin and lessen the razor burn.
2. If your skin is very sensitive and prone to severe razor burn, you may want to try other methods of hair removal such as waxing or over the counter hair removal creams. One word of caution, these too can cause redness and a little stinging but the results, especially with waxing, will tend to last much longer than shaving and since you’re not running a razor over the area repeatedly you may not experience as much stinging as you would with shaving.
3. Some men would like a more permanent solution and might want to consider electrolysis or laser treatments. While the success with these types of procedures will vary greatly from one person to the next, they really aren’t permanent, though they can be very long lasting. Both of these methods will require a significant amount of time and money since it will be necessary to undergo multiply treatments that are spread out over several months.
When it comes to male genital hair removal it’s very important to consider all the pros and cons before you choose the right method. All forms of hair removal will have their good points and their bad. Make sure you know all of the good and the bad for the particular type of treatment you are considering having done. Remember, there is no such thing as a dumb question, especially when you’re going to let someone remove hair in such a sensitive area of your body!