V-Care™ after hair removal
You might find your skin is sensitive after shaving or using hair-removal cream, so try to avoid wearing trousers that are too tight, as any friction on this area will make it more irritated or sore. Usually skin calms down within a couple of days, but if you find it doesn’t, make sure the razor, cream or shaving foam you use agrees with your skin type.
If you’re looking for something to soothe your intimate skin after hair removal, try our PureSensitive™Wash Gel (though with waxing, it’s often advised that you wait a few hours after a treatment before you shower or bath).
Waxing is popular because it’s quick and gives a smooth finish that can last for weeks. It may, however, cause ingrown hairs. Don’t worry, though. A little gentle exfoliation in the shower will help to prevent these. If you prefer shaving, always go easy around your hard-to-reach bits and be sure to watch out for nicks or cuts. Even the smallest skin tear can put you, or a sexual partner, more at risk of STIs.
From time to time you might find you get a little sweaty down there. Some people like to trim their pubic hair occasionally, but a quick wash or shower will keep you feeling comfortable, especially after exercise or sex. If normal soap makes your skin irritated, our PureSensitive™wash is gentle on sensitive skin. It won’t mess with your vulva’s natural pH level either, so you’ll be less likely to experience an infection or dryness.
If showering or washing are not an option for you sometimes, our PureSensitive™wipes are a really useful addition to your bag. They give you a quick freshen up, and, like all our Bodyform PureSensitive™ products they won’t upset your vulva’s good bacteria.
Whatever you do with your pubic hair, our products help to support your healthy, happy vulva. Explore our entire Bodyform PureSensitive™range of towels, liners, wipes and wash here.