Brazilian wax Hair Growing Back Fast
Ladies, bathing-suit season is creeping up, and that means you can't avoid dealing with a fuzzy bikini line anymore. The best advice we can give you: Start now, whether you choose waxing, laser, electrolysis, or another long-lasting hair-removal method. And if waxing is your choice, then you're in luck, since we tapped Noemi Grupenmager, CEO and founder of Uni K Wax Centers, to answer the questions you might not want to ask your friends or your mom (yeah, we all get itchy down there sometimes). Read on, and get one step closer to feeling confident come Memorial Day weekend.
POPSUGAR: What is the best way to avoid ingrown hairs? Seriously! We exfoliate and use salicylic acid products down there, but we still get bumps.
Noemi Grupenmager: If you wax regularly, you'll lower your chance of getting an ingrown hair. Your clothing can also increase ingrown hairs, as tight clothing —jeans, leggings, etc.—can also cause these unsightly bumps because it compresses your hair against your body, allowing the hair to curl back into the follicle. Try to avoid shaving as much as possible. If you can't put the razor down, exfoliate the area before you shave, and make sure you aren't using a dull blade.