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The most common way to remove the hair is by shaving, according to a new study, published in the American Journal of Obstetrics and Gynaecology.
It’s nothing we couldn’t have guessed – waxing isn’t just painful, it’s expensive and time-consuming.
Cameron Diaz might be strictly pro-pubes, but most women just aren’t.
Whether it’s just their bikini line (the sides), a Brazilian (everything except a strip in the middle) or a Hollywood (everything) - a whopping 87 per cent of American women remove their pubic hair.
READ: Bikini waxes and Brazilians 'behind rise in STI warts' Byrne says that in his experience, this is true.
He explains that pubic hair is there to “absorb moisture and drain it away from areas that aren’t exposed”.
“There’ll also be more moisture so they’re more likely to have bacteria.” 8) It’s up to you Even with these risks laid out, Byrne explains: “It’s entirely personal preference – you just need to be aware of the risks. If you’re worried about an infection, go and see your doctor, otherwise you don’t really need to discuss it with a GP.” The Big Short, the film adaptation of Michael Lewis' book of the same name about the causes of the financial crisis, opens in UK cinemas this weekend.
Typically, they’re caused by bacteria entering the body through the hair follicle.
He explains that it’s easily corrected, either by antibiotics, or a patient having an operation, which always carries a danger risk. “ All you’re doing is removing the hair.” 3) Ingrown hairs aren’t dangerous Shaving and waxing will both cause ingrown hairs, where “you take off the top layer of the skin so the bit of hair left tries to grow again and grows in on itself,” explains Byrne.
It’s pretty shocking stuff to think that shaving your bikini line could leave you in hospital, or at a higher risk of catching genital warts. Is shaving your bikini line really that bad, or is it OK to carry on?
1) Hair removal can give you abscesses Byrne tells me that since hair removal became really commonplace he’s seen “a definite increase in infected abscesses that need to be lanced [drained]”.