PR: Things About Your Intimate Area You Were Probably Too Shy to Ask
Aside from red days, your intimate area also needs additional care when you’ve gone through vaginal surgery, like when you’ve just given birth or have undergone other vaginal procedures. Since the skin is broken and is in the process of healing, you don’t want to settle for just acceptable cleanliness. Gynerpro has Chlorhexidine digluconate, a clinical-strength but gentle antiseptic ingredient , that promises thorough cleaning during monthly red days or while you’re healing from vaginal procedures.
“When else does my vajayjay need extra TLC?
I’m just really OC about cleanliness—especially
Recognize that your intimate area will truly need some TLC on certain
days of your cycle and in certain times. Like donning different clothes for
different occasions, match an intimate wash with your vajayjay’s specific
needs at the given time. For red days that make you possibly more prone
to irritation and bacteria, level up on the antiseptic cleansers. When
healing from surgery, you don’t want to settle for just so-so cleanliness.
Level up to antiseptic cleanliness, in order to heal properly.
“How do I properly
wash my lady bits?”
Be gentle but deliberate. The point of washing your
intimate area is to keep it irritation-, itchiness-, and
infection-free. Wash around and outside the vagina
everyday, gently cleaning the folds and your vulva.
Then, rinse off well. The vagina will clean itself
inside your body with natural vaginal secretions,
so don’t worry about it. Just make sure that the
outside of your vagina or your external genitalia
vulva is cleansed properly and regularly.
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“What’s the point behind giving
my lady parts extra TLC during red days?”
Menstrual blood, once discharged from the uterus into the vagina, gets
naturally contaminated with the body’s innate organisms, normally
located in the vagina. This contaminated menstrual blood will then find
its way from the vagina to the vulva or external genitalia. This happens
even on those days when you don’t have much bleeding, since your pad
may still be damp with blood and additionally with sweat from your
inguinal area. When these organisms remain in a warm and moist place
for a long time, they tend to multiply and can lead to conditions like
urinary tract infection, vaginal infections (e.g. bacterial vaginosis), and
irritation and inflammation of the vulva or external genitalia (e.g., vulvitis
“What in the world is pH balance?
Why do I have to take care of
my pH down there?”
To put it simply, pH balance is the state of acidity and alkalinity of your
vagina and external genitalia/vulva at any given time. Think: It’s almost
like the environmental conditions of a certain place, only this time it’s of
your sweet spot down-there. Maintaining the normal pH Balance of 3.8
to 4.5 in the external genitalia or vulva makes sure that your lady bits
flourish and function healthily. If the pH balance of your external
genitalia/vulva is disturbed, this can lead to infection and inflammation.
O ayan, now we know. I don’t usually accept posting press releases unless they’re significant and useful. Thanks Gynepro for these tips and tidbits for our lady bits. You know I love washing it too aside from my face LOL.