I am a black african female, i have been shaving since i was 14. as i got older i started to get shaving rash and my vagina area started to get dark. I didnt know what it was and was ashamed to talk about it. ive tried to wax, but it only made it worse Now my vagina area is full off ugly shaving bumps and dark area 's. Ive tried bleaching creams and also a few shaving bump stoppers but nothing helped. can u please help me how to get rid of my problem, i am so ashamed?,
dionne, it sounds like if you just stop shaving and waxing, and do a scissor cut to keep the pubic hair clipped short, but not shaved. That should cover any skin discoloration and bumps and irritated rash.
After puberty, women are supposed to have genital hair. I don't know why suddenly it's fashionable for women to look like pre-pubescent girls, but shaving isn't healthy and men who want shaved women strike me as . . . questionable. Groomed is fine, but shaved like a 6 year old girl doesn't seem necessary.
there is nothing wrong with shaving down there....ive been doing it for what seems like forever and im only 22. In my opinion it makes me feel "cleaner" and guys like it because bc it gives them a better view and makes them feel "closer" to our vags....idk thats what ive been told. Every guy i have been with has been so turned on by it its unbelievable.
God made women and men with pubic hair if causing problems to.shave don't do it I try it one time terrible hair bump I and interracial and the hair is kinky and curly so if IR having problems stop and don't suffer if ur bf had problem oh well
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