Kristin Canning Kristin Canning is the features director at Women's Health, where she assigns, edits and reports long-form features on emerging health research and technology, women's health conditions, psychology, sexuality, mental health, reproductive justice, wellness entrepreneurs, women athletes, and the intersection of health, fitness, and culture for both the magazine and the website. Watching 'Inventing Anna' With Shave in the direction that the hair is growing. Tea Tree Oil. Confidence, Community, and Joy. D Lipid-Replenishing Cream.
Women Are Still Grooming Their Bikini Lines — But Why?
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Why I Stopped Shaving My Bikini Line | InStyle
My mother, who carefully instructed me on the art of shaving my legs, never explicitly told me it was something I needed to do elsewhere. Your usual body moisturizer will do the trick, but if you feel like treating your bikini line to a little extra something special, try an after-shave balm like this one from DeoDoc. Athena Club athenaclub. But then there would be a trip to California or a date with a hot barista that would prompt a clean up.
8 Bikini Trimmers And Shavers That Will Leave Your Skin Insanely Smooth
Description: But none of these legitimate reasons was what made me decide to go au naturale for bikini season last year after plus years of shaving. Christine Giordano. If you shave every day, the general rule of thumb is to change your razor every two weeks, and if you shave every other day, you should change your blade every three weeks. But pool season had arrived, and the razor habit stuck.