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Im 16 almost 17. so about 3 or 4 days ago i started shaving my pubic hair. My friends said that girls would love it. So i figured id try it out. About an hour or two after shaving it i looked and saw that there were red bumps and sharp little hairs. I paniced. And still am. Will these red bumps be here for a long time?? If not how can i make them go away. And even though i had these red bumps i still shaved trying to get the last of those little hairs. It hurt like a mother. But is it safe and ok to shave even when you have the rash? And will i still be able to get smooth skin down there after these red bumps dissapear? Please answer back soon!!!

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Shaving is the cause for major irritation for the skin on your pubic area – it makes small injuries to the first layer of skin and that causes redness and the itch. You really should avoid shaving when the skin is already this irritated, not only does it hurt really bad, but it also just makes the redness worse. Few little hairs can wait a day or two for skin to calm down. Only thing you can do is to prevent redness and bumps from happening in the first place. You know men use aftershave, now you know what would happen to their faces if they weren’t. You can’t use aftershave, skin on the pubic area is far more sensitive, but you should use at least some lotion for sensitive skin after shaving.
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Don't worry, the bumps will disappear soon. Shaving rash is a common problem. No matter what area you are preparing to shave, clean it up first with a exfoliate or a loofah sponge whichever you prefer. doing this allows any dead skin to be removed as well as prepares the skin by bringing out any ingrown hairs. The best time to shave is towards the end of your shower or bath. Saving shaving for the last thing to do in your shower or bath allows the skin to soften up and that is the best time to shave. Make sure that you use new, clean razors. Lather up with shaving cream let it sit for a minute or two to soften up your skin. Make sure you shave the way of your hair growth, going against it will lead to skin irritation like ingrown hairs. Avoid shaving the same area over and over, this will lead to razor burn.
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