You should actually see if you can find a place that does body waxing near you. You can start by asking around (especially asking in beauty salons) if there is a place that does body waxing. If you want a completely bare vaginal area you should ask for something called a complete brazilian wax at the waxing place. Waxing will help get all of the hair follicle out so when it begins regrowth the hair will be thinner and more sparse. You will have a good long time before you'll need to be waxed again. The professional can do this in a manner that you feel little-to-no pain and little-to-no discomfort after the procedure. It usually runs from $30 - $50 in US money here in the US, depending on how business is in the area where the waxing salon is located.
A razor tends to be your best bet if you cannot afford wax. The only problem is that many people end up with razor burn for some months when first starting to shave their pubic region. The skin is very, very sensitive so the scraping motion tends to irritate the skin very much. Razors are cheap but remember to always use a new one each time you shave. The hair will grow back in thicker and darker with shaving so you will have to shave frequently to keep maintained.
Remember to never ever use soap on your vagina. Soap can enter the vagina and cause very bad infections that you will need to see a doctor for treatment. Always wash your vagina with a clean rag and fresh water--no soap!
Teen2TeenHelp answered Saturday January 3 2009, 10:43 pm: On the bottle, it says not to use it for that because it will cause discomfort. Trust me, I know of a girl who tried that. Plus if the hair is too thick, it wont work. Sorry dear. :[
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