Re: vaginal health, scared
Hi, you really shouldn't pull your ingrown hairs with a needle. Irritating the skin of the vagina can lead to a infection. Ingrown hairs are hairs that grows at an abnormal angle and turns back into the skin, causing the formation of a pustule or papule. Razor bumps and can turn into ingrown hairs. There is a safer way to prevent them. Before you shave the vagina use warm water and shaving gel or shaving cream. Do not use hot water it will cause irritation of the skin. The vagina is very sensitive so take your time while shaving. Don't rush! Use a good razor. Also if the razor starts to get duel then it's time to change it. Shave in the direction of the hair growth and don't go over one area repeatedly with the razor. After shaving you can use a good cream to moisture the area. If you do get a razor bump or bumps. Leave it alone. Let it heal on it's own. Clean it with peroxide and put a little of neosporin on it.
Last edited by Vanilla Kiss; 02-25-2012 at 06:05 PM.