You are probably reading this article and thinking, "did my parents have a bush?"
Well, it's time to find out!
Ancient Greece (500 BC)
The name "Ancient Greece" actually stems from the latin term "accent grease", as these folks were fully shaven, but highly scented. They would grease up their pubic region like butter on bread; sloppy.
Queen Elizabush Era (1500 - 1600)
In the 1500's, the bush was in full force. The more hair you had, the better your style. We were lucky enough to find a painting of the Queen in her peak years. As you can see, she holds a beautiful figure, and one of the fullest bushes around the castle.
The 20th Century
The early 20th Century called for clean cut pubic hairs. The women had lots of fun, but little fur. In 1901, the first disposable razor was invented by Gillette. This was a game changer for the bush. We saw it disappear, but only for a bit of time...
The Swirly 70's
It's safe to say my parents supported the bush. They would have hit their 20's right in the middle of the 70's. I think I may throw up...
The 2000's - AKA what would Oprah do?
This was a timeframe that had it's ups and downs, but overall the pubic region got the attention it deserved. You get a razor, you get a razor, everyone gets a razor!!!
2016 - The Bushbalm Era
Pubic hair is getting a new best friend. As of July 1st, 2016 the world will be introduced to Bushbalm Bush Oil. A complete game changer that you'll thank us for!