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Hair removal method

By Anonymous August 4, 2013 - 12:30am
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I am a virgin girl and i want to know what is the best way to remove my private area hair?
I was shaving yesterday at the shower and when i went out i found few drops of blood but didn't last except for few minutes! i am scared did i hurt my self or what? and i checked, the blood is not from the outside :(...... I always get scared touching that area because am a virgin.
Another question...
regarding whitening the private area, and arm pits. am applying a mixture of (vaseline cream, almond oil and glycerine) is this beneficial?
thanks in advance

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Hi Anonymous,

Shaving with razors is always a tough one. If you cut yourself - just be sure to keep the area clean until it heals to avoid an infection. If you feel any pain, call your doctor. Electronic razors are often more user friendly. You can find those at your local Wal-Mart.

There are many whitening products on the market. You seem to be using an all natural product and if it works for you - there shouldn't be any issues. As long as you don't have irritation or itching, you should be fine. Let your doctor know what you are using as a whitening product as well. She/he can visually check the area for any concerns.

Good luck,


August 4, 2013 - 5:20am
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Anonymous (reply to Anonymous)

Hello Missie.
Actually i think the cut is internal thats why i am scared! i feel no pain at all. just few drops of blood when i left the shower and wiped my self.

Electronic razors are not risky?? are they painful? what about waxing? i tried it once. it is hell painful actually...

August 4, 2013 - 6:10am
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