Many men make the mistake of going about pubic shaving the same way a women does. It is obvious that men have different private parts than women and therefor we cannot use the same pubic shaving methods.
So lets go over the things men should AVOID as far as how to shave their pubes and once you’ve got this clear you can go ahead and learn How to Shave Your Balls the right way.
Brazilian Wax (or any type of wax)
Women get appointments for this painful procedure and for many it is a must for wearing a bikini in the summer but it should be off your list of options if you are a man. Men have sensitive skin around their scrotum area so while women may put up with the discomfort it can leave you with horrible pain for a day or more. But that’s not the only reason, most salons charge higher fees for male clients who want waxing done in their pubic area and it isn’t comfortable having a random person handle your junk.
Razor Blades (or anything sharp)
We can’t emphasize this any clearer, simply DO NOT USE A RAZOR BLADE. If putting a sharp object near your penis looks dangerous it’s because it is dangerous. Razor blades are meant to be used for shaving your face and that’s where it ends. We’ve received tons of complaints for guys who failed to listen to our advice and used a razor blade ending up with cuts or even worse infections. Remember that your scrotum is made of very sensitive skin, using a razor blade or regular shaving cream for that matter can cause irritation, razor burn, razor bumps or worse getting cut… ouch!
Male Body Shavers
Electric shaver where designed to shave your face, not your balls, so don’t try to use it down there! Most electric shavers aren’t cordless or waterproof and are not designed to be used for male body shaving like the Philips Norelco Bodygroom Pro. Regular electric shavers are made to shave facial hair and not pubic hair which is different. Also it is kind of nasty to use the shaver on your face after having shaved your pubes, even if you wash it.