ASCP Skin Deep

September | October 2019

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ascp now offers advanced modality insurance! 53 For as long as women have been shaving their bikini lines, they have struggled with razor burn, ingrown hairs, and even darkened skin that can be caused from shaving. Now that more women (and some men) are catching on to the Brazilian trend and removing most or all of their pubic hair, the concern is even greater. Whether shaving, waxing, sugaring, lasering, or Nair-ing, people are looking for solutions for their bikini blemishes. Some estheticians are offering customized solutions with products or services, while others are adding services to their menu for Brazilian-area skin care, such as "vagacials," "V-facials," and a host of other creatively named services. Even anal or vaginal bleaching, which is also growing in popularity, can be a facial-type treatment or chemical peel for the private areas to specifically target hyperpigmented skin. Over the years, as the demand for bikini hair removal has grown, so has caring for the skin in the pubic region. INTIMATE SKIN CARE

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