ed Pubes & Everything You Need To Know!

Red Pubes & Everything You Need To Know! Definitive 2022 Guide

In this article, I will tell you about her story in detail and give some tips on how to care for your red pubic hairs. Finally, we’ll talk about removing them if desired.

Do People With Red Hair Have Red Pubes?

Yes, everyone does. Many people think that red hair doesn’t go very far down into the female crotch, but actually, it grows pretty deep. And it’s not like blondes whose hair stops growing at around mid-shaft. Blonde pubic hair goes all the way down to the shame. That said, blonde pubic hair tends to increase thicker.

However, when you look closely, you might notice that the color isn’t uniform throughout. In other words, sometimes the hair looks darker near the top, where sun exposure naturally bleaches out the coloring. Also, if you compare side views of different people, you’ll often discover that the color difference varies greatly. Why is that? Well, even though both sets of hair appear to be the same hue, each group has its unique texture, density, and thickness. On average, red pubic hair is thinner and more acceptable than blonde hair. Because these strands are shorter, they tend to lie closer together. Since the fibers are separated, they can’t absorb moisture as readily. As a result, the hair appears dryer and less healthy-looking.

How Common Is It To Have Red Pubic Hair?

Most women probably know someone with red hair, especially if they live outside North America. But here in Canada, most of us assume that redheads don’t have red pubic hair. How wrong we were! My mother used to say I looked like “a little girl playing dress-up” whenever I wore shorts or pants. Nowadays, thanks to science, I’m able to show people that I am a grown woman… sort of :).

My mom is a brunette who got married to my father, a light redhead. At first, he thought his wife needed help keeping her pubic hair trimmed but eventually gave up and stopped caring altogether. He was glad that I inherited my dad’s hair instead.

If you ask anybody whether they’ve ever seen anyone with red pubic hair, they’ll answer yes. Most likely, the person asking hasn’t been paying close enough attention to notice the subtle differences between blonde and red pubic hair. Here’s another fun thing: What happens when a man rubs a finger over his nose? Do you think he smells something weird? Of course not! But when a lady touches her forehead, she notices that strange smell, right? Same reason. Both sexes don’t pay too much attention to the scent given off by human pubic hair.

Interestingly, red pubic hair is found mainly among Asians, Native Americans, and African tribes. Caucasian females rarely have red pubic hair unless they are either born with it or become infected with trichotillomania (an uncontrollable urge to pluck hair). Trichotillomania affects approximately 1% of adult Caucasians worldwide, primarily women. It occurs equally in native cultures and industrialized countries.

How To Care For Red Pubic Hair

A good rule of thumb is to keep your pubic hair moisturized. Use conditioners regularly to prevent tangling and matting. Avoid products containing alcohol or ammonia as these may damage the hair follicles, irritating.

Your pubic hair needs regular washing but avoid shampooing it every day. Try to wash it twice weekly. Although daily brushing keeps your p*nis nice and smooth, it can cause ingrown hairs and split ends. Wash gently with warm water and mild soap. Rinse thoroughly. Apply a small amount of jojoba oil onto your nether regions before bedtime. Keep your underwear loose to allow air circulation. Wear breathable cotton panties and boxers to protect against sweat stains and odor.

Another critical point is that pubic hair gets greasy fast, especially during periods. Therefore, invest in a sanitary napkin and change it frequently. Make sure you take extra precautionary measures to avoid menstrual blood splatter.

Why are my pubes reddish?

Sometimes your pubic area becomes irritated and inflamed. One typical symptom is itching. Another type of inflammation that causes pain is psoriasis. Sometimes certain medications can trigger flare-ups. Other possible reasons include yeast infections, dermatitis, eczema, herpes sores, warts, etc.

Several methods are available for treating rashes, including topical creams, hydrocortisone ointment, antibiotics, antihistamines, antifungal medication, and prescription steroids. Please consult with your doctor if your rash seems severe or persistent.

If your symptoms persist despite proper treatment, you may consider consulting a physician.

How do you get rid of red pubic hair?

Many women with red hair wish to undergo surgical procedures to remove their thickened labial hair. Unfortunately, the results of such surgeries are not always satisfying. Some patients report scarring, painful intercourse, loss of sensitivity, nerve injury, excessive bleeding, infection, deformation of internal organs, and poor healing. Many doctors recommend laser treatments to reduce bulkiness, improve tone, and decrease unsightliness. Laser resurfacing is becoming increasingly popular nowadays.

Removal Options

Laser Resurfacing

During a laser procedure, a surgeon uses concentrated energy beams to burn through the outer layer of skin and dermis, exposing newer, healthier skin underneath. Once the new skin has developed fully, the old damaged skin begins sloughing off. This leaves behind smoother and firmer skin beneath. Results typically last for years.

Hair Removal Creams

Some women prefer to apply depilatories directly to the affected area(s), wait 30 minutes, rinse, and repeat as necessary. Depilatories contain chemical agents that break down keratin proteins responsible for maintaining the structure of your hair shaft. These ingredients act as irritants, preventing the growth of future hairs and encouraging the shedding of existing hairs. Side effects include soreness, swelling, discoloration, stinging, blistering, drying, peeling, red bumps, itchiness, and scabs. If you suffer from severe allergies, please consult a specialist.

Waxing

This method involves pulling individual hairs from the root with heated tweezers. The hair is removed in sections rather than being pulled all at once. Waxed areas are left bare for 24 hours before the application of fresh wax. Waxing is quick and easy. You may experience discomfort during the actual waxing session and two days afterward. Pain relievers are provided. Waxing sessions generally last 10-15 minutes. No recovery time is required, although you may be limited to 3-4 sessions per month.

Shaving

Redheaded ladies commonly shave their pubic hairs, which is a frustrating process you need to do every few days!

Redhead’s Tip #1 – Don’t Shave Your Pubes!

Most women indeed shave their legs or armpits, but it is not recommended to shave your pubic area because you could end up shaving off all the natural coloration of your pubic hair, which would make it look much lighter than average. This can be quite an issue when camouflaging dark underarm hair or leg hair. If you’re going to use depilatory cream, try using one without any harsh chemicals. Waxing is the best way to remove unwanted hair from sensitive areas such as the bikini line, inner thighs, and genital region (pubic & underarm). Waxing allows for removing long hairs while leaving short and fine ones intact. You may experience burning after applying the wax strips, so don’t panic! Cooldown the area until the wax has hardened, and then pull out the wax strip. Repeat the process at least two times per week. After waxing, you should see yourself with clean, shaved, soft skin.

I remember reading somewhere once that there was a woman who tried getting rid of her pubic hair by cutting it off with scissors, only to find herself bleeding profusely. When she went to the hospital, they immediately put her into surgery due to the severe injury caused by those cuttings.

Men usually never shave their genitals since our penises are made of more sensitive tissue and thus require special attention. We usually just trim our facial/body hair with razor blades. However, many men still choose to shave their penis. There is no reason women shouldn’t have the same right as men to decide what kind of body hair they want and need to groom themselves.

Now let’s move forward with learning everything else about red pubic hair…

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