Why are we here? What is the meaning of life? Why do we have those strangely sparse, wiry little hairs growing around our genitals—hair that is singularly different from all the other hair on our bodies? Fortunately, a group of leading-edge scientists have managed to put my mind to rest on at least one of these daunting existential questions. In recent years, it seems, researchers have made some tremendous advances in the study of pubic hair. Pickled quail eggs and peanut butter.
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By Andrew M. Over 80 percent of U. Increasingly, women are requesting genital cosmetic surgery, they point out, and in most cases, the women are motivated by aesthetics rather than functionality. In a nationally representative survey of 3, women, ages 18 to 65, about 60 percent said they groomed for hygiene and cleanliness. About 46 percent said it was part of their routine and about 32 percent said they thought it made their vagina look nicer.
Nine Fun Facts You Didn't Know About Pubic Hair
Some like to let them flow freely, a Brian May wondermullet flowing freely in the wind. Many others prefer to keep their pants-perm a bit more in check. However, there are no direct health benefits to a pube-free life — only how having or not having them makes you feel. The method you choose for removal is a lot more important than the choice you make for removal altogether.
Hair removal is a common and popular way for many people to groom their pubic area. However, certain techniques can irritate the skin, potentially causing razor bumps. Taking appropriate measures, such as cleansing and exfoliating the skin, using skin care products, or tweezing, can help prevent or treat razor bumps.