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January 18, 2023 0 Comments
Over the next few blog posts, we will be sharing with you our Handy Dandy Guide to Feminine Hygiene. We hope you find this information useful. If you have any tips or suggestions, please comment below. Let’s get started.
Intimate care is so essential for everyone. No matter how in control or comfortable you feel with your body, you’ve definitely wondered about your intimates.
You most likely learned about feminine hygiene from different sources. Was it from your mom, school, the internet, or your BFF?
Chances are you were never taught some intimate hygiene skills or maybe they’ve changed with time. Or maybe it’s just last on your priority list? No need to feel guilty!
As a modern woman, you deal with so many challenges and stress in your daily life. But cleanliness and daily hygiene are core self-care practices you need to stay healthy and confident.
Intimate care shouldn’t make you go into panic mode. It’s not as complicated as you may think.
This guide will empower you with the best habits for care for your hygiene needs. These are simple rules to keep you clean, fresh, and infection-free.
You’ll discover everything you need to know on how to take care of your lady bits.
Why We Need To Be More Vocal About Intimate Hygiene
In the last couple of years, we’ve become more conscious of what we put in and on our bodies. Everyone is going natural or choosing organic products— from our hair to skin to diet.
It’s crazy that half of the world’s population has a vagina, but we shy away from talking about it. It’s like a taboo topic only talked about in hushed tones between girlfriends, lovers, or the gyno’s office.
For some ladies, the very mention of the word “Vagina” gets them squirmish and turning various shades of red.
You may find it cringy or uncomfortable. But it’s super crucial to talk about this fascinating yet misunderstood organ
The vagina is NOT some dirty or gross organ. In fact, there are more bacteria in your mouth than in your vagina.
Women need to be extra aware and careful about their vaginal health. You need to have a clear idea of what’s going on down there to treat it better. You owe it to yourself!