Why having a bush is good?

Why having a bush is good?

Pubic hair is actually a natural lubricant, saving your body from body friction. The sensitive region needs protecting from the rubbing of skin, preventing redness and stopping irritation during sex. Pubic hair contains pheromones. Sexual arousal is often down to pheromones, so that alone is reason to keep your bush!

Is pubic hair back in vogue?

Good news! Vogue magazine has announced that pubes are officially in. Vogue asks “How natural, though, is too natural?”and refers, through a contributor, to the removal of body hair as a “cleanup”. The last time we checked, a “full bush” is about as natural as it gets.

Is it OK to have a bush?

This patch of strands comes with its own unique problems. While some women like to shave or wax it off, others like a full bush. And neither sect is wrong. Even though pubic hair serves a purpose (like preventing chafing and infections down there), all women need to be abide by one golden rule: your bush, your choice!

Should I shave my bush?

Some guys trim their pubic hair, others prefer to shave or wax, and most guys just leave it alone. It’s not necessary to remove the hair in this area to keep your body clean; it’s just a personal preference. Shaving doesn’t make the hair grow back thicker; this is just a myth.

Is full Bush making a comeback?

Fashion and beauty bible Vogue has declared that a ‘full bush’ is officially the new Brazilian – and if Vogue says it, obviously it must be true. The bush has been slowly making a comeback over the past few years, with celebs like Gwyneth Paltrow, Ashley Graham and Emma Watson all advocating for pubic hair.

Do pubes stop growing at a certain age?

As you age, your pubic hair, just like the hair on your head, will naturally start to thin and turn grey. Part of the aging process includes hair loss and the slowing of the rate of hair growth. Typically, hair in the armpits, chest, and pubic region will start to thin and turn grey later than scalp hair.

Does pubic hair make you smell?

Hair also traps bacteria against your skin. In the vaginal area, that is both a good thing and a bad thing. You need your good vaginal bacteria to prevent an overgrowth of yeast, but when bacteria mix with the sweat and oil on your pubic hair, it can produce a smell.