The 27-year-old actor spoke to Into The Gloss about her haircare methods… downstairs.
“I use Fur Oil,” she said. “I’ll use that anywhere from the ends of my hair to my eyebrows to my pubic hair. It’s an amazing all-purpose product."
Aside from waxing, shaving, lasering, and perhaps, vajazzling, it’s not really an area we’d considered styling, but according to Sejal Shah, M.D., a board-certified dermatologist, there are some health benefits.
"Oils that have anti-inflammatory properties can reduce irritation, oils with antimicrobial properties can reduce bacterial growth, and some oils can even increase cell turnover," she told Women’s Health. "These types of oils can be great for people who are predisposed to ingrown hair or folliculitis."
But there’s a few ways to apply it right.
"The skin of the pubic area may be more sensitive than other areas of the body, so anytime you are applying products to the area, especially new ones, you should be careful not to use any ingredients that may be irritating or harsh to the area, such as artificial fragrances and dyes, parabens, and pthalates," she says.
"If the skin becomes red, irritated, itchy, or dry—or if you feel burning, stinging, or any discomfort, you may be having an adverse reaction.”
Also, ensure you’re only applying the product to the external areas and not inside the vagina.
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