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vagina cleaning off the hair


Question Posted Tuesday January 4 2011, 1:54 am

how to clean vegina hair with just a razor or by using some cream also plz explain me in detail.i am 23 years old and i am from india.

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xXxPuNki-PiXiExXx answered Tuesday January 4 2011, 5:02 am:
If you've never shaved before, you will want to trim the hair so it won't be as difficult to shave. Get some scissors and just trim it slowly as far down as you can really. Apply some sensitive skin shaving cream or soap and water to the area and make sure it's lathered up well.

With the razor, shave downwards instead of upwards. When you shave your legs, you shave upwards with the razor to cut it better. When shaving your genitals, you should always turn the razor the opposite way to shave as it reduces ingrown hairs. Make sure that the razor has been soaking in hot water for a few minutes too so that the metal is a bit smoother on your skin. Shave downward slowly over your area. You will probably have to rinse the razor a lot to get the hair off it before commencing shaving. The hair will take a few efforts to get it all off since you haven't done it before. Be very slow and gentle near the opening of your vagina so that you don't cut yourself.

If you do cut yourself, as long as it's not a big cut it's not a big deal. It's just like when you cut yourself shaving your legs, it'll be a little sore and bleed for a while but it will go away soon.

It might be a little uncomfortable and itchy too, so maybe try applying a sensitive skin cream that is specially designed to be used after shaving. You can get this from your local chemist or pharmacist. If that doesn't help, use some paw paw ointment or rash lotion.

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