Shaving body hair can be considered as necessary or innecessary. There always have been debates about why we have body hair and whether we should wax them or not .This is mostly discussed by women of course.Because they are seen as the creatures who are required to be attractive and have a nice-looking in every moment of the day.
Shaving body hair could put a pressure on women until the last terms.But it is not limited to women.In other words, men are also exposed to pressure to shave their body hair any more.As you know,there are many alternatives to get rid off your body hair.Waxing,shaving and totally banishing it are the most known alternatives.
Men also shave their body hair as a result of the fact that cultural trends shift and change.But there is a little difference for their circumstances.The reason is that they feel discomfortable to find a esthetician who would wax their body hair.Shaving off is still considered to be women business by most of the people.Nevertheless,there are some men thinking that having body hair means masculinity.In fact,many women have the same opinion.They like the men with beard and moustache more.
As one female Cosmopolitan writer puts it:
“The way I see it, real men have hair—the darker and more plentiful, the sexier.”
As you see,everything is related to the ‘’sex’’as a subtitle or something else.
We just try to be more attractive or self-confident by doing these but keeping them on our body has also some benefits for our health.It has been proved by sciencitic researches,too. Shaving body hair is mostly crucial when it comes to pubic hair according to the experts.
Dr. Emily Gibson is a family physician and Guardian contributor. She writes that removing pubic hair irritates and inflames the hair follicles that are left behind, causing microscopic open wounds.
“When that irritation is combined with the warm moist environment of the genitals, it becomes a happy culture medium for some of the nastiest of bacterial pathogens. There is an increase in staph boils and abscesses, necessitating incisions to drain the infection, resulting in scarring that can be significant. It is not at all unusual to find pustules and other hair-follicle inflammation papules on shaved genitals.”
Dr. Gibson also writes that“It is time to declare an end to the war on pubic hair, and allow it to stay right where it belongs.”
It is undeniable that we all are in trouble with our hairs from head to foot,unfortunately.