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need_to_know_bikiniWhether you get an occasional bikini wax or a monthly Brazilian, listen up: Waxing may increase your risk of contracting certain sexually transmitted infections by creating micro-tears in your skin that viruses can later squeeze through, according to a new review published in JAMA Dermatology.

As anyone who has ever been on the waxing table knows, the popular procedure can sometimes cause redness, inflammation, peeling, and occasionally even bleeding. So researchers from the Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health, the University of Texas at Houston, and Tufts Medical Center reviewed previous case studies of bikini waxes and viral infections, concluding that although waxing is “relatively safe,” any resulting microscopic tears can potentially make you more vulnerable to infection….

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