Does Your Vagina Really Need its Own Wash?
Four Ways To Keep Your Vaginal Health In Check
As we begin changing over our beauty closets from winter to summer] must-haves, We noticed something as we shopped our favorite digital beauty aisles Intimate body washes have become the chicest boutique beauty find. And then a thought popped up in our minds “Do we really need another beauty product? Do we really need a special soap dedicated to our Vijayja? And do we really need another product taking up space in our bathroom closet? We did the research and here's what the experts say. Nope! According to the Mayo Clinic, you don't have to use soap to wash your vulva. But if you must, then choose a soap that's unscented, mild, and colorless, ook for products infused with pre-and probiotics that moisturize delicate skin without disrupting the vagina's pH levels. Fragranced soaps can irritate the sensitive skin in and around the vulva. But because there is not a beauty product that we haven't tried, of course, we put a few to the test. Here are a few care methods that will keep your "Hooha's" pH levels balanced, lubricated, refreshed, and eternally grateful.
Designed to mimic your body's own lubrication. Vaginal drops are made to soothe irritation, ease discomfort, support vaginal flora, and hormonal balance. Look for formulas that are lightweight and non-greasy.
Vaginal steaming involves squatting over hot, herb-infused water to “deep clean” your vag. Reduces Irritation, unfortunately, there’s no evidence that this works. Hot steam could also burn the delicate skin and tissue around your lady bits.
Although we need to get over the stigma that our vaginas should smell like roses, it’s also reasonable to want to feel extra clean in case we want to let someone else down there or on those hot, sweaty days. You can add a vaginal wash as part of your daily shower routine to keep her clean and to also maintain a healthy pH balance.
Ideal for neutralizing odor caused by sweat. They are perfect for when you are on the go and you need a quick refreshing.
Tell us do you self-care down there? Leave your thoughts in the comments.