3 Easy Ways To Remove Your Butt Hair

3 Easy Ways To Remove Your Butt Hair

Whether you decide to shave your butt, trim it, or let your fuzzy butt fly free, it’s all good. 


3 Easy Ways To Remove Your Butt Hair

First things first: having a layer of hair on your butt is totally normal and nothing to worry about. In fact, butt fuzz has a purpose in an evolutionary sense. Your butt hair traps your unique scent and can make you more attractive on a subconscious level to prospective mates. Pretty cool (and weird), right? 

While that’s all well and good, we’re big fans of body hair grooming, and most likely, you are too if you’re reading this. Everyone has some degree of hair growth on their backside, but the coarser the hair on your head is, the more likely it is that your body hair is thick, too. 

And while most of our educational efforts involve keeping your cajones clean, trimmed, and fresh, we get that you might want to groom anywhere that hair grows, so have at it. If you’ve got a hairy butt and you want to smooth things out, we’re all for that.  

Removing your butt hair is a personal choice, and there are a few things you should know about butt hair grooming before you get started, because, three words: itchy butt stubble. You do not want to experience this, and we wouldn’t wish it on anyone.

If you decide that butt hair removal is for you, you have options. Here’s how to get rid of butt hair, so you can smooth out your butt.

Shave It

Shaving your butt hair will yield a smooth, close shave, but you need to make sure that your razor is super sharp and clean to avoid irritation. Also, stubble will appear as soon as the next day, so this is a pretty high-maintenance hair removal option. 

Since shaving with a razor removes the fine tips of your hair, it grows back with a blunt surface that can feel super itchy. If you can hang with the butt stubble process and you’re willing to put in the work, this could be a good option for you if you want a perfectly smooth butt. Proceed very carefully to avoid nicks and cuts, and make sure to wash the area well before applying your shave cream. 

Wax It

Waxing your butt hair off offers the benefit of less stubble during regrowth since the fine hair tips reemerge when the hair grows back. It’s important to bear in mind, however, that this is undoubtedly your most painful option –– and you run the risk of irritation and ingrown hairs afterward. 

If you decide waxing is the best butt hair removal method for you, leave it to a professional and get regular sessions. We repeat: do not try this at home.

Trim It

We recommend The Trimmer if you decide to remove your butt hair. Trimming only takes a few minutes per grooming sesh, and since The Trimmer is waterproof, you can trim your butt hair in the shower. We’ve found that this is the most painless route to body hair removal (do you really want to wax your butt?), and it’s a simple process to keep up with. In case you’re not convinced, here’s why we recommend trimming butt hair for your easiest, most comfortable option. 

  • No nicks, cuts, tugs, irritation, or snags –– even if your hair is coarse and curly
  • Guide combs let you choose hair length, so you can trim or shave all the way
  • Trimming sessions are quick, comfortable, and easy for home or on the road

Whether you decide to shave your butt, trim it, or let your fuzzy butt fly free, it’s all good. Grooming below-the-belt can help you feel clean, fresh, and more confident. So if you decide to embrace a hairless ass, pick your method, commit to regular hair removal sessions to control regrowth and ingrown, and keep the area clean and moisturized for best results. 



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