Bikini wax banning considered

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With winter finally behind us , it won't be long before we're anticipating longer days, dips in the pool, weekend trips to the beach -- and bikini waxes. In fact, one group of researchers found that nearly 60 percent of American women between the ages of 18 and 24 are " sometimes or always completely bare down there" and almost 50 percent of women ages 25 to 29 are, too , the Atlantic reported. But new research released last week may have prompted some waxing devotees to hit the pause button on making their next appointments. The small study out of Nice, France, found an association between pubic hair removal and an increased risk of sexually transmitted Molluscum contagiosum, a skin virus causing raised bumps or growths. MyHealthNews Daily reported :. Of the 30 patients 6 women and 24 men who visited their clinic with sexually transmitted Molluscum contagiosum in and , 93 percent had removed their pubic hair, either through shaving 70 percent , clipping 13 percent or waxing 10 percent.

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NJ SCRAPS BAN ON BRAZILIAN WAXING

New Jersey is smoothing out differences over a plan to ban bare-it-all bikini waxing. The state on Friday decided to reverse course on the proposal after angry salon owners complained about losing business ahead of swimsuit season. The ban was considered after the women complained to the board about their injuries; one woman filed a lawsuit. Technically, genital waxing has never been allowed in New Jersey only the face, neck, abdomen, legs and arms are permitted. Genital waxing can be dangerous in that the hot wax can irritate or tear delicate skin in the bikini area, resulting in infections, ingrown hairs and rashes, according to skin care experts.
Friday, March 20, New Jersey is considering a state-wide ban on Brazilian waxes , the removal of hair from the bikini area. Although genital waxing has never really been allowed in the state, the New Jersey Board of Cosmetology and Hairstyling plans to propose a ban with more specific legal wording, in response to two women who reported being injured during a wax. The board will consider the proposal at their next meeting on April If the measure passes, New Jersey may become the only US state to ban the practice outright.