Summer is here and you want to be perfect for the beach. You also want to be for your partner and above all, to see yourself well. That's why you resort to intimate hair removal . If you are one of those who shave their pubis regularly, always do it so that your health is not at risk. This is what you should know.
Depilation of the intimate area is an increasingly widespread practice, but many times we are not aware that It can lead to health risks.
This is warned by a study published in the British Medical Journal that says that shaving or shaving the pubis makes the skin is more vulnerable to infections.
One of the most common are poxvirus viruses such as Molluscum contagiosum, which produces small, round, waxy pustules in the genital area or on the thighs.
By stripping the hair that protects it, we leave our intimate area much more exposed to external agents and microorganisms.
Another study from the University of Texas published in the American Journal of Obstetrics and Gynecology found that intimate hair removal produces subcutaneous hair, abrasion and itching in many cases.
Knowing the complications that may arise, what is it that leads us to do so?
According to a study by the American Association of Medicine, 59% of women do it because they think so hygienic . The rest they did to look sexy or they recognized that they were waxing for their partners.
It is undoubtedly an increasingly common practice, especially among the youngest. In fact, 95% of university students and university students are waxed , according to a study by the American University George College & State University.
If you are also in that percentage, think about your health first. Epilating the intimate area can make you look good, but health will always be above. Keep that in mind!
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