You would think pube-grooming would be an easy, breezy situation, but you would be absolutely wrong.
A new study has shown a rise in pubic hair grooming-related injuries for U.S. adults, some even resulting in emergency room visits. Who knew such a common primping practice could be so dangerous?
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From the results of this study, it seems like a lot of people need to brush up on their bush-maintenance safety.
Most adults in the U.S. shave, wax or groom their pubic hair. But the practice is leading to a surprising number of injuries, a survey finds
A quarter of those who groom their pubic hair have suffered mishaps from cuts to burns and rashes – some requiring medical help – researchers have found Whether it’s shaving, waxing or laser hair removal, pubic grooming has become c...
84 percent of women groom their pubes and 16 percent don’t. I could talk about pubic hair all day—which is why the largest study ever on pubic hair grooming coming out is pretty exciting. Aside from breaking down who shaves and who ...
(Reuters Health) - Most adults in the United States groom their pubic hair, and a significant percentage of them end up with cuts and infections as a result, researchers say.