How To Shave Testicles
Wondering how to shave testicles? Veeery carefully! If you're a man who likes a clean landscape, shaving below the belt presents a few problems. Three to be exact. Never shave your manscape with a stick razor or even a safety record. Instead, use a good quality hair clippers or shaver. Learning how to shave testicles can be tricky but it's very important to perfect your method if you don't want to perform a self-neutering operation.
To shave testicles, you will need:
- A hair clippers or shaver. Purchase the best quality hair clippers you can afford. Better quality hair clippers will not only last longer but will also come with smaller blade attachments which is vital to shaving testicles.
- An anti-razor bump solution
- The first step to shave testicles is to exfoliate in the shower prior to shaving. Use either a loofa sponge or a rough washcloth to wash your balls. You'll get the cleanest shave if you have the smoothest testicles with no dead skin.
- Dry your balls very well after the shower. Better yet, you'll get a closer shave on your balls if you dry off fifteen minutes or so before starting in on shaving.
- Attach the smallest head to the hair clippers. For the most precise shave and one that will help you avoid nicking your balls, use the smallest head possible, probably a #1 shaver head.
- If you're right handed, pull the skin on your testicle taut with your left hand. The key to avoiding nicks and cuts as you shave testicles is to make sure the skin is as tight as possible. Loose skin will get easily caught up in the shaver and will make you scream like a girl.
- Apply shaver with a very light touch to the bottom of your testicle and work toward the top. For the closest shave, move slowly up your ball but do not apply more pressure.
- Since shaving the pubic area will most likely give you ingrown hairs causing razor bumps, apply an anti-razor bump solution after you shave. Apply the solution each day as the hair grows out and you'll avoid razor bumps all together.