Until you’re ready to deliver, you really have no idea just how many people will see your bikini area during childbirth. Moms know that so many strangers end up getting a good look, it may as well be on a billboard in Times Square. As women prepare to add a special addition to their family, some personal grooming issues become a lot more difficult. After all, a belly full of a budding human life can get in the way of shaving. Of course, many women still want to keep up their personal grooming standards despite their belly. If you’re a lady who likes to get beautiful and groomed before big events (like a wedding or a dance), wouldn’t you want to look and feel beautiful for what is most definitely one of the biggest events in your life? I can’t think of a better time to look your best.
Of course, the first concern of many women is that the waxing experience is safe for both her and the baby. Fortunately, it is very safe. There is nothing toxic in the wax or anything about the procedure that would be dangerous for the baby. Similarly, the physical act of removing the hair, even in sensitive areas around the bikini area, will not subject expectant mothers to any complications or added discomfort during labor.
Most women know that waxing is exceptionally effective at removing unwanted hair and that results last much longer than wish shaving. But, many women are afraid to do it for fear of discomfort, expense, or embarrassment. Fortunately, pregnancy can be a transformative experience for women in a number of ways. While the inconvenience of not being able to reach your own legs or see your bikini areas can be frustrating, it can also be an opportunity to try waxing, especially if you have never done so before.
Expectant mothers will probably find the experience rewarding in many ways. It is an opportunity to bond with someone in a completely candid environment where issues about body image are not a concern. You can experience a waxing for yourself and discover how pain-free it can actually be. You can discover just how affordable waxing actually is, particularly in light of the long-lasting effect of a treatment. And, for some women, overcoming the mild discomfort of a waxing is a way for them to “psych up” to the labor pains that are yet to come.
Right before having a baby, many women feel at their worst. With all the backaches, hormonal acne and swollen ankles, a little bit of pampering—in the form of a pedicure and wax—can help you feel better. It reminds you that you don’t have to stop your regular beauty routine just because you’re about to be a mother.Of course, the reason everyone gets a waxing is true for pregnant women, too. We all want to look our best, and waxing while pregnant is a great way to make sure that happens. There is no reason to have furry legs or a scruffy undercarriage just because you have a baby on board. Waxing makes it possible to stay just as lovely as you were before the baby and really take advantage of that natural glow most women develop during pregnancy.
So remember moms to be, not only will you make your life easier, you will also help make life easier for the obstetrician and nurses.Labor can be very messy, why not clean yourself up a little before any damage is done? You don’t have to feel self-conscious about presenting the delivering doctor with a veritable shrub from which to pull the baby. Don’t let them play hide-and-seek in a forest of hair! A pre-delivery waxing can help to prevent that concern. And, it does not expose the mother to any additional pain or discomfort during birth. The best thing you can do is feel clean, confident, and ready for your close up on the big day!