Everyone seems to have a different opinion when it comes to how to care for their vaginas.
Some women swear by douching, others put coconut oil everywhere.
I’ve even treated a gal who put glitter down there…
(Which was a bad idea, by the way!)
The vagina is pretty self-reliant, but that doesn’t mean she couldn’t use a little maintenance now and then.
In this episode I’m going to fill you in on how to moisturize a dry vulva, products that are safe to use around your genital area, and how to properly manicure your pubic region to avoid ingrown hairs.
Give it a listen to keep your cooter cute AND healthy!
I’ll answer these common questions in this episode of The ME Spot Podcast…
-How do I moisturize my dry vulva?
-Is it normal to have an itchy vagina?
-Do I need to douche my vagina?
-Should I see my OBGYN if my vagina smells?
-What causes ingrown hairs on my vagina?
“Treat your vagina like a baby’s body – use a neutral pH wash and don’t scrub too hard! There’s no reason to overdo it.”
You will learn…
-What to do to keep your vagina happy and healthy
-Reasons your vulva can get dry and itchy
-Why it’s important to maintain your vagina’s natural pH
-How to properly manicure your pubic hair
-Products that are safe to use around your genital region
Remember these takeaways…
- Use gentle, natural products around your genitals. A rash between your legs from using the wrong product is the last thing you want.
- When it comes to keeping your lady parts manicured, don’t go crazy with your razor. Shaving too closely is a quick recipe for uncomfortable ingrown hairs.
- If your vulva is feeling dry, use vitamin E or coconut oil instead of a scented froo-froo product that can cause irritation.
- For the sake of your cooter, say NO to douching! Most gynecologists agree that douching can cause more harm than good.
Your next best step now is…
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