Lots of scars on privates due to waxing and me tweezing them out

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I know I know. My skin is ruined. It’s become damaged from the waxing and tweezing I’ve used. It’s mainly because hair that keeps growing under the skin. So I force them out. It’s been 3 years that I’ve been doing this and it looks absolutely putrid. I don’t want it to look like this anymore. What should I do?
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I know I know. My skin is ruined. It’s become damaged from the waxing and tweezing I’ve used. It’s mainly because hair that keeps growing under the skin. So I force them out. It’s been 3 years that I’ve been doing this and it looks absolutely putrid. I don’t want it to look like this anymore. What should I do?
Is this your pubes???
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Is this your pubes???
Yes
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what wax do you use, hard or soft? and do you do it yourself?
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what wax do you use, hard or soft? and do you do it yourself?
I use the soft one that’s labelled sensitive for skin and get someone to do it for me. But what it causes is hair to grow under skin which the only way I pull them out is by tweezers but they get massively damaged and I’m honestly sick and tired of it.
Can’t wait till they genetically modify humans to not have bodily hair besides their eyebrows, lashes, hair, and nose and ears (not too much hair on the last two)
But this won’t be in my time...
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(Original post by Anonymous)
I know I know. My skin is ruined. It’s become damaged from the waxing and tweezing I’ve used. It’s mainly because hair that keeps growing under the skin. So I force them out. It’s been 3 years that I’ve been doing this and it looks absolutely putrid. I don’t want it to look like this anymore. What should I do?
stop waxing
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I use the soft one that’s labelled sensitive for skin and get someone to do it for me. But what it causes is hair to grow under skin which the only way I pull them out is by tweezers but they get massively damaged and I’m honestly sick and tired of it.
Can’t wait till they genetically modify humans to not have bodily hair besides their eyebrows, lashes, hair, and nose and ears (not too much hair on the last two)
But this won’t be in my time...
you need to exfoliate before waxing. i suggest you to try sugaring as its less painful but works just as well. exfoliating is good to prevent ingrown hairs which you have so exfoliate 2-3 a week and then switch to sugaring . keep doing this for a few months and hopefully itll be better

also try not to tweeze the hairs as that makes it worse, just focus on exfoliating atm and hopefully you wont need to tweeze them out
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(Original post by a_uzj1212)
you need to exfoliate before waxing. i suggest you to try sugaring as its less painful but works just as well. exfoliating is good to prevent ingrown hairs which you have so exfoliate 2-3 a week and then switch to sugaring . keep doing this for a few months and hopefully itll be better
Thank you so much!!!!
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