The world is in the middle of a global pandemic. While people are encouraged to wear masks, sanitise, and social distance, many of us have also resorted to medical ways to keep healthy like steaming our faces or having steam baths.
While many African experts have given this thumbs-up, there’s another steaming trend in the midst.
Pun@ni steaming is vastly becoming a global trend, as more and more women want to keep their house clean.
According to experts, pun@ni steaming is an age-old natural remedy said to cleanse the v@gina and uterus, regulate menstruation, and ease period cramps and bloating.
This process directs herb-infused steam into your pun@ni.
Experts suggest that visiting a spa or going to a medical facility that specialises in pun@ni steaming is the safer option.
Pun@ni steaming is used as a natural remedy for cleaning the pun@ni, uterus, and the entire reproductive tract.
Experts add that pun@ni steaming also helps to deal with stress, depression, infertility, and hormone imbalances.
Research is still ongoing as to whether pun@ni steaming works.
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