Does Bikini Wax Hurt
- Bikini waxing is the epilation of body hair in and around the pubic region, commonly by females, by the use of wax.
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While Successful Indian Woman are divided over the issue of going in for Bikini Waxing, There are difference of opinions that divide the thoughts whether to go for Bikini Laser Hair Removal or not arg
The Big Debate on Bikini Waxing
While Successful Indian Woman are divided over the issue of going in for Bikini Waxing, There are difference of opinions that divide the thoughts whether to go for Bikini Laser Hair Removal or not argues Dr Rashmi Shetty & Dr Shuba Dharmana
19th August, 2012
Steve Hamper, BreakfastNews TV
The controversy started with Emily Gibson, a family physician and director of the health centre at Western University, Washington, recently launched an appeal to end the "war on pubic hair", citing that it is increasing the risk of infection and of sexually transmitted diseases amongst young people. "Pubic hair removal naturally irritates and inflames the hair follicles, leaving microscopic open wounds. Frequent hair removal is necessary to stay smooth, causing regular irritation of the shaved or waxed area. When that is combined with the warm, moist environment of the genitals, it becomes a happy culture media for some of the nastiest bacterial pathogens," she wrote on the US medical website. The announcement can quash one of the most popular trends of wellness and beauty, with salons everywhere offering patrons bikini waxing, laser hair removal we all as ‘vajazzling’ or doing a decoration of the genitals with jewels.
Bikini wax is very harmful
Dr Rashmi Shetty, Celebrity Cosmetologist
Apart from the time and money spent on the regime, a bikini wax is alarmingly low on the hygiene factor, say experts. Skin expert Dr Rashmi Shetty talks of how so many youngsters in Mumbai have come to her with skin problems after undergoing such a wax. "What people don’t realise is that pubic hair is there for a reason," she starts. "One, it acts as a cushion and protects against injury. In cases where you have to use a washroom in say a cinema or a mall, it can prevent from picking up skin infections as it acts as a shield. The other thing hair in the pubic area is thick so trying to yank it off can lead to pain and bleeding points, which further can cause folliculitis. And using non-sterile wax can cause boils and abscesses, which are very troublesome, so I would say trim the hair from the sides but take care or avoid a bikini wax where they just pull the hair out instantly." She is also against laser hair removal. "The skin is darker in these areas so chances of burns are higher when you do a laser hair removal," she adds.
No to Bikini Waxing but Yes to Bikini Laser Hair Removal
Dr. Shuba Dharmana, Cosmetic Dermatologist, Laser Specialist, Hair Transplant Surgeon & CEO, Dr.Shuba Skin & Laser Clinic.
Changing lifestyles of people come with more demanding cosmetic services. Women are on par with men these days and seek an active sport life be it swimming or surfing. If you ever wore a bikini in your life you would realize how inconvenient it is to have bikini hair. The peek of a pubic hair when you are sunbathing is equally embarrassing!
Let’s not go into why nature has give us something because nature has given us a lot of unwanted things including facial hair and wrinkles. Whilst it is true bikini waxing is harsh and can irritate skin, laser hair removal is quite safe if done by an experienced professional and if good hygiene if followed in the clinic. We do 10-20 bikini Laser hair removals every week and it is one of the most preferred treatments by the young women these days, celebrities included. I would however use lower settings than on the rest of the body as the area is quite sensitive to pain. It is however a lot less painful than bikini waxing and there is no risk of burns if it is done with a good laser. When it comes to the pubic hair acting as a cushion to protect from injuries, really you would have to grow a ball of thick hair which not only looks hideous but is also very unhygienic what with the monthly cycles women have to go through. And as for it acting as a shield to prevent picking up infections, I think the contrary is true. Long hairs can pick up infections more easily and are unhygienic.
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