Complete Groin Guide to Manscaping
Have you thought about shaving your private parts? Maybe you have questions about how to keep crotch stink at bay? Perhaps you've always wondered what other guys are doing to their junk that you haven't yet caught onto?
Manscaping used to be a fad, but now, it's a way of life. If you haven't hopped into this hygienic happening just yet, you probably have some questions. Fear not! Manscaped and our team of testicle-hair-removing pros are on the case. In this groin guide, we'll answer some of the most commonly asked questions our readers send us and remove the mystery around all things male grooming. Let's get started, shall we?
Does Manscaping Hurt?
Well, manscaping certainly shouldn't hurt, but there's a caveat to this answer: are you using the right tools to do the job? If you're reaching for your mom's 30-year-old disposable razor, yes, manscaping will hurt. Those blades have seen better days, but besides that, they're not built to do the below-the-waist job on a man's junk like Manscaped's products are. Fortunately, you've found us, so there's no need to worry.
When you use properly designed devices that have the sole purpose of getting rid of your pubes and keeping your private parts clean, you don't need to worry about the inherent dangers that can arise from using the wrong products.
The process starts with a simple trim. The Lawn Mower 2.0 comes with SkinSafe™ technology that protects your skin and keeps the hair from ripping or tearing from its follicles. If you've ever tried to shave with a dull razor or a trimmer that has circulating blades, you probably already know about the hazards that can come from using improper equipment. The Lawn Mower 2.0 squelches you worries with adjustable blades that are easy to clean so you won't need to worry about bacteria building up inside the blades, either.
Can Anybody Manscape?
Absolutely! We make products for men from all walks of life. Everybody can benefit from a well-landscaped lower region, even if you don't have a lot of hair down there. Of course, the furrier you are near your phallus, the more time you should invest in cleaning your crop up so you can enjoy a greater confidence when you're out and about, but even if you're completely bald around your balls, we can help you keep it that way. Plus, our products aren't only hair removers—they're hydrators, moisturizers, deodorizers, and anti-chafing elements. No man can say he wouldn't benefit from a little love and attention in his lower region, especially if chafing and stench can be eliminated forever!
What's the Best Hair Removal for Men?
Manscaped is hands down the best hair removal brand for men. Why? Because that's what we do. It's the whole reason our company exists, and we're here to ensure your balls are the belles of the ball when it comes to personal hygiene and comfort.
The Plow is our secret ingredient that keeps men's sensitive skin smooth and refined. Using the single-blade, double-edged stainless steel razor, you can gently remove hair from your lower region without any pain or suffering. After all, neither of those words belongs anywhere near your nether region, right?
The trick is making sure your skin is taut before you put the blade near it. Prop one leg on the toilet or the side of your bathtub so you can have easy access to the parts you don't interact with very often. Start by shaving from the back to the front because that's the hardest part to get to. Once you've got your balls in good shape, the rest of your pelvic region will be a breeze.
If you're new to manscaping, start by shaving with the grain (as opposed to against it). If you find that you have super sensitive skin, stay with the grain going forward. Once you get comfortable, and you think your skin is up for the against-the-grain shaving pattern, you can switch directions and go the other way. The important thing is leaving enough time to shave right and having patience with yourself and your skin so you can do these sensitive parts the justice they deserve.
How Do I Keep My Balls Clean Without Chafing?
Step #1: Step away from the soap.
Soap, although it has many cleansing properties, also has a lot of things in it that can dry out your skin. While that's irritating in places like your arms or legs, it can be downright painful on your balls. Your skin needs to have an ability to create a natural moisture barrier; regular soap strips that moisture barrier away, which can cause itching, chafing, and an overall uncomfortable situation. Manscaped's Crop Cleanser, however, is formulated to ensure dirt and grime go down the shower drain without draining your skin of the pH balance it needs to be at its best.
Besides the fact that this little beauty will do wonders for your balls, it's also an all-in-one cleanser, so you can use it as a shampoo and all-over body wash, too.
Is There Any Way to Prevent Swamp Crotch?
We're so glad you asked! Yes, there absolutely is a way to prevent swamp crotch. After you've stepped out of the shower and toweled off, your first inclination is probably to reach for your boxers, but hang back just a minute, fine friend! You've got a couple things to cater to before you put your balls back into their daily resting spot. First, you need to reach for a quick squirt of Crop Preserver. This anti-chafing element tops off everything you've just done to take care of your balls by adding a protective barrier between your sensitive skin and the fabric that'll be rubbing against it for hours to come. Although it comes out as a liquid, this ball deodorant quickly absorbs into the skin in a powdery form, leaving zero residue behind in the process. It features Active pH Control™, which is another defense mechanism that helps ensure your body stays moisturized and hydrated without feeling wet or sticky.
Plus, because it's a deodorant, it's busy battling bacteria around your balls while it's hanging out in your briefs. Bacteria is the cause of swamp crotch; the more bacterial colonies you're able to combat, the more comfortable people will be when they're in close quarters with you after you've had a long day.
What Can I Do to Prevent Chafing?
Chafing is no good for anyone, and since we've proudly taken men's private parts into the palms of our hands, we're not going to send you off into the world without a final layer of extra comfort. Meet Crop Reviver. This aloe vera-based spritz is the perfect topper to your manscaping regimen because it cools and soothes sensitive skin in a gentle way that won't irritate the layer that's just come in contact with a razor blade. A spritz or two from this magic little bottle will give you:
- Anti-inflammation control
- Protection against itching and chafing
- Optimal hydration without excess moisture
- A soothing, cooling feeling that facilitates relaxation
- Long-lasting freshness
Is Manscaping Common?
There are plenty of men who haven't discovered the benefits of manscaping yet, but there are a ton of men who have. In fact, Cosmopolitan reports that 69 percent of men surveyed in a recent inquiry at least trim their lower region. 17 percent of men reportedly go completely bare down there. Along the same lines, 70 percent of women responded that they prefer their partners to trim their pubic hair, which probably accounts for those numbers corresponding almost exactly. After all, manscaping isn't just for you; it's for your partner, too. While 77 percent of women said they've never asked a partner to change their pubic hair, 81 percent of respondents did indicate that a partner's pubic hair profile could cause them to reconsider dating them after they got a full look at what's going on below the belt.
The moral of the story? Most men are manscaping, and those who aren't may be missing out on awesome opportunities to be with partners who aren't willing to compromise on their ideal pubic situation.
At Manscaped, we're proud to offer a plethora of tutorials and helpful information to help amateur ball-shavers have all the tips and tricks they need to get the job done right. From trimmers to razors and below-the-belt products that battle bad bacteria, we've got your crotch covered. Get The Perfect Package 2.0 today, and get ready to realize why manscaping is more than just a trend; it's a lifestyle.