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want2know
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Just wanted to know the best yet the safest way to remove all pubic hair in the vaginal area without causing irritation on infection
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Gumdrop Girl
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well, lemme lay out your options for you one by one

1. shaving. when it grows back, it itches and can get ingrown and infected.
2. waxing. hurts like a bee-yatch. can grow back ingrown and get infected.
3. electrolysis. is. expensive.
4. laser removal. ain't cheap either.
5. leaving it alone, maybe trimming it a little with scissors is far less troublesome.

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