Why keeping your pubes make you MORE sexually attractive

Nov 14, 2015
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Whether it’s waxing, shaving or lasering, some women spend longer tending their lady garden than they do their locks on top.

But finally the bald Barbie bikini line is out and the Eighties bush is back – and it could be more beneficial than you might realize.

While many feel that their life would be easier with perfectly manicured pubes, they are there for a reason.

From protecting against STIs to reducing friction, Brigette Bard, CEO of BioSure UK and Founder of Last Taboo reveals the many pros of holding on to your pubes.

1. Why do we have pubic hair and what is its purpose?

Boys and girls develop pubic hair as they start to produce hormones during puberty and it’s a sign of sexual maturity.

There are a number of reasons that the hair there evolved – predominantly to protect from friction (from everyday things like walking as well as having sex).

The glands you have in your nether regions also produce an oilier sweat (the same as those under your arms) and the hair helps to wick that sweat away from the glands.

They also act as a trap for pheromones, those extraordinarily powerful, sexually stimulating scents – making you smell more sexually attractive.

There is also evidence pubic hair works as a barrier to bacteria.

2. Does shaving/waxing make it cleaner down there?

Absolutely not, when pubic hair is shaved or waxed it leaves microscopic open wounds in the skin membrane which means bacteria can enter.

Given the warmth and moisture down there, it’s a perfect environment for bacteria to breed and there are a rising number of infections, including some nasties such as Streptococcus A and Staphylococcus aureus (including MRSA, the antibiotic resistant strain of Staphylococcus aureus).

3. Can shaving/waxing cause infections?

As mentioned above shaving and waxing can cause damage to the skin membrane but the hair follicles themselves are often irritated and can become inflamed, especially with frequent hair removal which is necessary if you want to stay smooth.

The follicle shape is oval not round (which is why pubic hair is curly) and there is a likelihood of an odd blocked hair follicle which can develop into a pustule or abscess – occasionally these need to be lanced and the infection treated with antibiotics – but they’re not life threatening.

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lakawak
lakawak
5 years ago

Yawn…I’m sure this pathetic site was saying how much more attractive shaved was when THAT fad started. Just a bunch of followers

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