Preparing for that summer swimsuit again means you have to get rid of hair that may have grown in places such as your bikini area. A Brazilian wax differs from a bikini wax in that all of the hair in the area is removed from the bikini area: the front, back and in between. It is best if done in a salon where a professional can remove the hair easily, quickly and correctly.
The greatest advantage to getting a Brazilian wax is knowing there are no stray hairs poking out of your bikini. In addition, there will not be razor burns and bumps, and you will not have to shave everyday. Waxing pulls the hair out by the root, making it the longest-lasting temporary way to get rid of the hair down under. It takes pubic hair three to six weeks to return, according to Brazilian Waxing Studio.
Women who may feel not so fresh in their pubic area may want to consider getting a Brazilian wax. By cleaning the area of hair, women will get rid of any vaginal odors. Vaginal odors are caused when sweat and other bodily fluids build up in pubic hair, according to The Good Doctor. Waxing the area will also eliminate any bacteria buildup, which can lead to infections. It may also help restore the pH balance, which can cause discharge, according to WebMD.
By getting a Brazilian wax, you are giving your partner direct access to your assets. While some think trimming the hedges leaves you looking prepubescent, some believe it is a more sexy look. It also leaves your skin feeling smoother. When the hairs are tugged out by the follicles, it exfoliates your skin and allows it to breathe, giving you a smoother feel than shaving or trimming, according to Fox News. With a Brazilian wax, there is also no chance you will have ingrown hairs bothering you.
Once you have your first Brazilian wax, you need to let the hair grow at least 1/2 inch before getting it removed again, according to Hair Removal Haven. The hair will grow back less dense and thinner every time, making the hair in the area more manageable, according to Brazilian Wax Info. Sometimes a hair-growth inhibitor is also placed on the area after the wax, which will lengthen the time it takes for the hair to grow back.