- by Jahbuzor Eze
To avoid and eliminate pimples in pubic area after shaving, it is best to first understand why these pimples occur.
Shaving is known to cause pimples and is a common symptom that occurs particularly in areas with thick hair such as the groin/bikini area, chest and a man’s face. Pimples in these areas can be annoying as they are prone to cause pain and possibly itching which can result in further damage.
To better understand why pimples and/or an acne break-outs occur after shaving, we will provide for you a short explanation. In general a pimple refers to a clogging of hair follicles that ultimately leads to a red, painful bump. These bumps can occur anywhere on the body, however they are most likely to appear on the face, back, armpit, groin and other places on the body that are shaved.
Below we offer to you the following suggestions in order to avoid and eliminate your suffering from pimples in pubic area after shaving.
How to avoid pimples in the pubic area after shaving
To avoid pimples after shaving in pubic area it is suggested to use a good razor (one of top quality) as well as a shaving cream or lotion. The groin area should be shaved as less as possible and you should avoid applying too much pressure and/or cutting yourself while shaving. These factors are known to cause damage to the hair follicles which in return can result in a pimple and/or break-out of acne.
The best way to avoid pimples in pubic area after shaving is to not shave. There are a number of creams on the market that can be used for removing hair and many women opt to have their hair removed by waxing or surgical procedure.
For further information on bikini waxing or surgical hair removal, it is suggested to contact a hair removal professional in your area. You can also do further research online and ask those who have already undergone the process for their advice, warnings and suggestions.
How to eliminate pimples in pubic area after shaving
To eliminate your experience with pimples in pubic area after shaving, it is suggested to shave in the same direction that your hair grows; therefore, avoid shaving in the opposite direction. This will decrease the amount of damage your razor may cause to your hair follicles.
Also after shaving apply a benzoyl peroxide or salicylic acid gel to the shaved area as a toner. This will aid in the process of closing your pores and prevent pimples and/or acne break-outs before they start.
Cure for pimples in pubic area for males and females after shaving
Pimples and/or acne break-outs that occur after shaving are commonly referred to as “razor bumps.” In order to cure pimples in the pubic area for males and females after shaving, we offer to you the following suggestions:
The best way to cure pimples from shaving is to stop shaving. If this option is not desired by you, and shaving must occur, we suggest using an electric shaver.
If a traditional razor blade is used, we suggested the following; taking a hot shower before shaving, using a thick shaving cream or lotion, avoid stretching the skin while shaving and after shaving, apply a cold, damp cloth to the area for at least five minutes.
To treat pimples and/or acne break-outs after shaving, use products that contain lidocaine or bacitracin. These ingredients can be found in a number of after-shaves and are known to prevent itching and irritation. This will decrease the chances of hair follicles being further damaged from scratching.
If you are experiencing uncontrollable pimples and/or acne break-outs after shaving and would not consider the option of not shaving, there are pharmaceuticals on the market that may be used.
These drugs must be prescribed by a doctor therefore, it is suggested to consult a dermatologist. He or she will be able to discuss your options and provide for further insight in the treatment of your condition.
To avoid and eliminate pimples in pubic area after shaving, please consider the suggestions we have offered and the option to avoid shaving by using alternative methods such as; an electric razor, waxing or surgical hair removal procedures.