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!
It’s a battle, when it comes to hair bumps – black men, white men, just about every man of every color and skin type deals with these gross little pimples at some point. But there’s a solution that’s been kept secret from all of us.
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.
Hair bumps and ingrown hairs may be two different things, but shaving can be the cause of both of them.
Whenever you remove hair, you’re at risk for getting ingrown hair.
Ingrown hairs happen when a hair curls backward, and begins growing into the hair follicle. Just about any type of hair removal can cause this to happen–but shaving, waxing, and tweezing are three really common reasons you wind up with ingrown hairs.
Have you discovered how to get rid of razor burn? There are a couple secrets to it…first, you need to know what you’re looking at. Next, know what you’re looking for.
Ingrown hairs are tough to look at. It’s tempting to break out the tweezers and start picking. Or worse yet, start digging. But should you dig, pick and squeeze?