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Swimsuit season is finally here. How do you get rid of hair from your bikini area? By following these tips. Say goodbye to irritated skin and ingrown hair!
By getting a new razor, you’ll avoid the risks of contamination. Furthermore, when waxing your bikini area, you don’t want to work with a dull blade because it can pull and irritate the skin, which is much more sensitive in that area. So pay attention when choosing your new razor!
Relax a few moments in the shower before you begin. The hot water will help soften the skin and make it easier to shave. If you decide not to proceed in the shower or bath, you can use a washcloth dampened in hot water to soften the area before moving on to the next step.
Prepare the area you want to shave by exfoliating the skin to reduce the risk of ingrown hair. To exfoliate, use a facial scrub to ensure that the product is gentle enough to use on your bikini region. You can also use a loofa sponge or an exfoliating glove. Whichever you choose, be gentle.
The gel will help the blade glide over the skin without pulling it. Pick a scent-free formula or one that’s designed for sensitive skin to reduce the risk of irritating the skin. If you’re shaving in the shower, don’t hesitate to reapply the cream or gel as needed!
It’s important to moisturize after shaving or waxing to soothe the skin and prevent the appearance of those annoying red bumps.
Venus Extra Smooth Sensitive Women's Razor - 1 handle + 2 blade refills.
Concentrated anti-dryness shower-cream. For dry, uncomfortable skin. Children and adults.
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