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breaking out in the pubic area
angelkisses52903 posted:
Its not what you think, it doesnt itch at all- -its just extremely painful.. looks like little white heads- -i have 10 of them.. its almost like i have ingrown hairs but i dont think i do cuz i tried to pluck the hairs but there is no hair around it at all.. what is it and what do i do?
saracee responded:
Hi Angelkisses52903, is it irritating and are there red little bumps around the area too? Also, do you wax or shave down there? The irritation can be from razor burns due to shaving. The skin gets very sensitive after you do shave. You should try applying some sort of organic shaving cream after you shave or even apply raw aloe vera (works best!). Hope this helps out!
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