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Leggy Lady: Keeping Them Smooth — and Healthy
Alas, I don’t find shaving them to be 100 percent satisfactory, either. Inevitably, some of the finer hair escapes the foil screen on my electric razor. So, I’ve been using a hair-remover creme ... and the possible health risks that go with it.
In my beauty bag: Colin Mathura-Jeffree
I start with a shower and I use Evolu Exfoliating Body Wash - smells great, like a beauty clinic. If you have a big nose like me, it's all about scent. Out of the shower (water all over the bathroom), I shave with a razor and Murad Cleansing Shave and ...
Silky legs
But despite being a boring task, the average woman will actually spend an incredible 21 hours a year shaving her legs. In an average ... Here are some depilation goodies to check out: Sally Hansen Sensitive Skin Spray-On Shower-Off Hair Remover Promising ...
Pubic hair removal and the ‘bare down there’ look isn’t healthy, says physician
electric shavers, tweezers, waxing, depilatories, electrolysis – hair, like crab grass, always grows back and eventually wins. In the meantime, the skin suffers the effects of the scorched battlefield.” Pubic hair removal “naturally irritates and ...
Is bikini waxing a health hazard? Hair removal creates 'open wounds that are vulnerable to serious infection' warns medical expert
Zap, pluck, wax, shave - the possibilities seem to be endless when it comes to keeping one's hair down there neat and tidy. But one medical expert has spoken out about the various health risks that come with pubic hair removal. Family physician ...
Why has my daughter got excess body hair?
Vellus hair is soft, fine, colourless and usually short. In children and most women, vellus hairs grow on the face, chest and back and the skin looks almost hairless. Terminal hairs are the longer coarser hairs which grow on the scalp, pubic and armpit ...