Bikini area bumps
This Is Exactly What You Need To Know About Those Painful Bumps On Your Bikini Line
Vaginal Boils: Treatment, Causes, Prevention and More
Vaginal boils are pus-filled, inflamed bumps that form under the skin of your vagina. These bumps can develop on the outside of the vagina, in the pubic area, or they can develop on the labia. Vaginal boils develop when a hair follicle becomes impacted and an infection develops in the follicle. The boil may start as a small, red bump and develop over the course of a few days into a swollen, painful spot with a white or yellow pus-filled tip. Some boils may look similar to pimples, and a correct diagnosis is key to treatment.
The Best Way To Shave Your Bikini Line Without Getting Ingrowns Everywhere
If you're one of the 77 percent of women who shave their bikini line, then you know the full pain of a shave gone wrong. TBH, it makes it almost not worth it. So is there even a good way to shave—or should you just splurge on a wax? Turns out, you can totally shave your pubic hair without getting all the bumps and irritation—you just have to be mindful of these seven expert tips.
Everyone is cool with talking about the painful pimples that pop up on your face, but what about the large honkers on your bikini line? The ones that hurt like hell and get aggravated by your underwear, tight jeans , and anything that happens to rub the wrong way. Most likely, your painful problem is caused by an ingrown hair. These trapped hairs typically work themselves out within a few days, but it can also get infected, causing folliculitis a bacterial infection of the hair follicle that results in pus- filled red bumps. Shaving, waxing, depilatory creams, and even laser hair removal can lead to an ingrown hair.