Shave the area with a slightly dull razor. The best way to shave a sensitive area is to do so in a bath where you can lay for a few minutes to make sure the skin and hair have softened. Always use a shaving cream specifically formulated for sensitive skin. Never use plain soap and water as it can lead to redness, razor bumps and irritation. Use a razor that has been slightly dulled through repeated use when removing hair from sensitive places. A brand new razor will be extremely sharp and will most likely lead to painful nicks and cuts.
Use an organic wax. You can make your own wax at home using natural ingredients that will be easier on your sensitive skin. You will need 2 tablespoons of beeswax, 4 tablespoons of honey, 10 strawberries (washed and chopped) and 2 egg whites. Melt the beeswax by placing it in a glass jar, then placing the jar in a hot water bath. Once the beeswax is melted, pour it along with the other ingredients into a food processor and blend well. To use, apply a small amount of the wax onto the hair, place a cotton strip down firmly against it and pull against the direction of hair growth. The strawberries in this recipe are a strong antiseptic that will prevent irritation and razor bumps.