Never Ever Shave Your Private Hairs Again! Here’s the reason why!

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Shaving of the pubic hair too so many people is nothing new. A few sociological theories have suggested that shaving of the pubic hair has to do with cultural trends spawned by certain hairless actors and actresses or even a misguided attempt at hygiene.

The most common body areas shaved are the underarms, legs, pubic area, eyebrows, and face for females; the face, abdomen, back, chest, groin, and legs for males. While some people prefer wax, shaving is the most common method used for the underarms, legs and pubic area.

1. Pubic hair contains pheromones


Apparently, our pubes contain an interesting mix of pheromones that help make us more attractive to others.

These pheromones develop more as our body sweats and are also thought to increase s*x.ual stimulation and arousal in potential s3 xual mates.

2. Having no pubes means you’re more likely to catch Molluscum Contagiosum


Molluscum Contagiosum is a viral skin infection that, although generally harmless, can look unsightly and lead to itching.

3. Hair removal can give you abscesses


Hair removal can lead to infected abscesses on the skin – these are caused by bacteria entering the body through the hair follicle.


These abscesses require treatment either by antibiotics or an operation, which always carries a danger risk.

4. The time

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