How to Shave Your Genitals

Thinking of shaving your genitals? Did you know that there is an increase in the number of people shaving their genitals? Pubic hair can carry many types of bacteria and is one of the main reasons why the pubic area often has a pungent odor. Although it can be scary to bring a sharp object to the pubic area, with proper guidance and timing, shaving the genitals is an easy and hygienic task. If you are shaving your genitals for the first time, you will definitely want to follow this guide closely.

What to avoid

how to use beard balm . However, due to the sensitivity of the area around your genitals, it can have adverse effects on your skin. If you still want to use such a product, always use a small amount as a test to see the after effect and continue if nothing happens. Of course, make sure that no substance gets into sensitive parts of your penis / vagina.


If you’ve never shaved your genitals, chances are your pubic hair has already bloomed in a full-blown forest. It will be quite difficult to remove the hair with a normal razor or electric razor. Instead, use a body trimmer or beard trimmer to do it. Of course, be sure to do it only after you’ve washed the surrounding area. Using the 1/4 “attachment from your beard trimmer, trim the hair around your genitals, making sure to remove the hair that is on the scrotum and bottom. To make things easier, be sure to pull the skin so that make it easier Slide the trimmer over your skin. Try to avoid using a pair of scissors as you could accidentally pinch your skin and leave a cut due to the uneven and unpredictable surface of your genitals. Because the skin around that area is very sensitive, be sure to take your time doing it and don’t rush this process.You will also want to do this in the bathroom on the toilet bowl or with a trash can by your side unless you want pubic hair all over the floor in your bedroom.


Now that the hair has been trimmed, you will want to prepare it for waxing. You can do it standing up in a hot shower or with shaving cream. Apply a generous amount of shaving cream to the area. Of course, avoid using menthol scented creams or herbal oil creams unless you want your crotch to be on fire. The cream will help soften the hair follicles and make it softer for the blade to travel through the hair follicles.

Start shaving

For this process, we normally recommend a safety razor. This ensures that you will achieve a close shave and will prevent cuts or nicks from occurring. However, you can also use cartridge razors with 3-5 blades. Use gentle, low-pressure strokes on each section of your genitals. Make sure to also pull on the skin to get a flat surface to work the blade with. Remember to also rinse the blade as often as you can so that you do not obstruct the view of the blade. When shaving the underside of your penis, be sure to apply as little pressure as possible, this will prevent injury.

Clean up

If you are satisfied with your shave. Rinse your genitals with some body soap and clean your razor. And of course, it clears the hair that is on the floor. The last thing you should do is clog the toilet due to an excessive amount of pubic hair. Blow dry your gear and also prepare your genitals for a moisturizer which is an essential step due to sensitive skin.


Use any common facial moisturizer and apply a thin layer of the substance around your genitals, this will prevent razor burn and also ensure that you don’t get pinched by any loose hair, which is a common thing for beginners.

Life after shaving

It is quite common to feel some itching after a few days so it is a good option to continue applying moisturizers around your genitals for a few days to eliminate that discomfort. You can also use beard balms as an alternative. This will also prevent itching when some of the hair follicles start to reappear and prick your skin. Make sure to shave consistently so that you can avoid all the more complicated steps, like trimming. Shaving your genitals is a hygienic practice and should be done especially if you are sexually active. More than 95% of the people surveyed also commented that they will have a better experience during sex, especially if the opposite partner has shaved.