How do you clean pubic hair?
clean your pubic hair with soap
This depends on what you consider "better." Shaving pubic hair can be very convenient because it is more comfortable and clean cut than having an excessive amount of hair on your pubic area. On the other hand, shaving pubic hair too often can result in having ingrown hairs (which lead to scarring), itching, and an uncomfortable feeling.
Hair that surrounds the "pubic" region, specifically that around the external genitalia, is referred to as pubic hair or "Pubes". Hair that appears elsewhere on the body is not considered "pubic" hair even though it may become more pronounced or heavier during puberty when pubic hair grows most rapidly.
First of all it helps to keep the vagina clean and mostly during periods, most men prefer having intercourse with a woman who has shaved pubic hair, it is considered sexy by the woman herself and/or her partner, it helps to keep the pubic area dry either from sweating and last but not least; for some women the pubic hair can make the vagina sore during friction and/or hair pulling during sex.
There is no age limit on shaving your pubic hair, if you're old enough to have pubic hair then you can shave. It should however be noted that pubic hair shouldn't be shaved as it's there to help protect the genitals and shaving risks various problems including ingrown hairs or cysts. Pubic hair is there for a reason, there is absolutely no need to shave your pubic hair.
Pubic hair refers to the hair that grows on the genitalia area during Adolescence which is a transitional period between childhood to adulthood. Pubic hair, like underarm hair, is usually coarse and more stiff than the hair on your head. More so, the colour of your hair is not the colour of your pubic hair, it's the colour of your eyebrows.