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Vagina vs Vulva

January 23, 2023 0 Comments

Vagina vs Vulva

This is part of our Handy Dandy Feminine Hygiene series, if you have not do so, please start at the beginning of this series by clicking here

Did you know that the terms “Vagina” and “Vulva” are two different things?

When discussing the private parts, many girls use these terms interchangeably.

Let’s iron these anatomical facts out:

The vulva is the outer part of the female genitals that you can see. This includes your inner and outer labia, clitoris, and perineum (the region close to your anus).

Technically, the vagina is the birth canal and where all the magic happens. It runs from the cervix (lower part of your uterus to your vulva).

If you’ve ever been told that you need to douche or scrub your honey pot to properly clean it… You’ve been lied to!

Some women believe that using regular soap to wash inside there is the right habit for proper intimate hygiene. But this isn’t true

The vagina is a self-cleaning organ that discharges its own cleaning and lubricating fluid.

Overcleaning your vajayjay is the quickest way to invite infections like a thrush with symptoms like burning and itching.

That’s why it’s safer to use a simple, natural cleanser instead of douching or chemical-filled soaps/washes.

When you’re in the shower, cleanse with a natural wash or mild, scent-free soap and water. It’s best to use your hands to cleanse this area. Ditch the washcloths as they can trap bacteria.

 




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