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Grooming and Hygiene

Women's Grooming and Hygiene

The Basics

The Basics

The Facts About Women's Grooming and Hygiene

With so many choices in grooming practices and products, it helps to review what’s essential.

These painful bumps are rarely serious, but in some cases, you should seek medical attention.

Pimples on your face and back are common, but they'll also pop up where you least expect them.

Giving birth is a miraculous experience, but how it leaves your skin isn't quite so special.


Grooming for Women

It’s time to review your grooming and hygiene habits to improve health and happiness.

Only you should decide whether it stays or goes.

Could the woolly vulva, driven to near extinction in the '90s, be making a triumphant comeback?

From '70s bushes to bald as a badger, these are the era-defining styles down there.


Grooming and Hygiene Products for Women

From haircare to hair removal, we get into the truth about daily routines.

Beware of marketing ploys and pay attention to the ingredients before using these risky items.

Lubricant can help makeup look smooth, but it's not the slickest idea.

Stop wasting cash on expensive fads and shop for these science-backed skincare ingredients.

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