Okay, Girlfriend. Let’s talk about vaginal hair bumps. If you’re reading this, you might be concerned, so let’s get down to it. Here’s a few basic facts about two of the most common STDs: genital herpes and genital warts.
Get Rid of Hair Bumps!
Because we have hair follicles almost everywhere on our bodies, we’re at risk for hair bumps – on legs, especially. That’s because most of us women shave our legs. That is, until we learned other ways to get smooth, silky legs without the bumps.
Most of us already have two big risk factors for developing hair bumps–or “folliculitis”–which is due to irritated hair follicles.
Hair bumps. This can be a deep subject.
Often times, hair bumps are superficial–or surface–because only the part of the hair follicle closest to the skin’s surface has been irritated or become infected.
When it comes to laser hair removal, for men and women there’s a lot to consider. Probably the first thing that comes to mind is the cost. But there are some other things you’ll want to think about, too.
You cleanse your skin. You moisturize. You use shaving cream. You even clean your razor with alcohol. Or maybe you don’t even shave. So why are you still getting hair follicle bumps?
For the men who choose to wax, you have a lot of options. In fact, when it comes to hair removal for men or women, these days, there are products on the market that allow you (or someone you trust) to perform your waxing at home.