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7 Tips on how to keep your Vag!na clean the right way

As women, we all believe that we are keeping our vag!nas clean, but question is, are we doing it right?

I’m pretty sure all of us have exchanged advise on what the best way is to keep your punan! clean. These tips range from douching, using scented soap and wearing very tight sexxy underwear, just to spice up our s.e.x lives. But, according to an article published on Bustle, you could be doing it wrong.

Here are seven tips on how to keep your vagina clean the right way:

1. Don’t wipe back to front

Your vag!na and butt both have bacteria living in them, all of which are important to the overall functioning of those areas, but separately. The bacteria in your vag1na are not the same as the ones in your butt. You do not want to get butt bacteria in your vag1na as this can cause all sorts of problems. The same goes for if you’re playing around in both of those areas s.ex.ually. You need to wash your hands, naughty bits or toys between sessions.

2. Don’t use scented soap

While vag!nas are technically self-cleaning, sometimes you want to give them a bit of extra help. It’s totally fine to soap off your vulva and labia (the external parts) when you’re cleaning the rest of your body. However, make sure that you’re using unscented soap. Perfumed soaps or cleaners can mess with your normal balance. The same goes for scented vaginal wipes and deodorants.

3. Stop douching

Do NOT douche. Douching is supposed to clean out your vag!nal canal, but we your vag!na already does that on its own. Douches mess with the natural pH balance of your vag!na, flushing out the good bacteria that maintains your vag!nal health. If you’re experiencing unpleasant vag!nal odours and want to get rid of it, consult a doctor.

4. You’re not swapping condoms

Having penetrative s.e.x can bring bacteria and viruses from your partners body inside you. Condoms protect you from these s.e.xually transmitted infections, such as chlamydia, gonorrhoea, syphilis and HIV. It can even help against infections that are transmitted through skin-to-skin contact, such as genital herpes and warts. But it’s also absolutely critical to change condoms if you’re switching between vag!nal and [email protected] play.

5. Keep a balanced diet

What you put in your mouth has a direct link to how your vag!na feels. If you want to treat your v-jay jay right, make sure you stay hydrated and on a balanced. There are also foods are of help to specific vag!nal problems. These include unsweetened cranberry juice, yogurt, raw garlic, and apple cider vinegar.

6. Your underwear is too tight (or wet)

Your vag!na likes it best when it’s dry and has room to breathe. That’s because the bacteria you don’t want down there likes it warm and moist. You can help by wearing cotton undies and avoiding anything that is super tight. It’s also important to get out of sweaty or otherwise wet panties or bathing suit bottoms as soon as possible.

7. You’re not changing tampons or pads often enough

Speaking of keeping things dry, change your pads and tampons regularly so they don’t become a feeding ground for bacteria. Keeping sodden pads near your vag!na makes things warm and moist, just the way bacteria loves it. Don’t wear pads when you’re not on your period to catch your usual discharge, because it will just warm up everything.

In other news – Miss SA Zozibini Tunzi is proud of her blackness

Miss SA Zozibini Tunzi has spoken out against trolls who have left negative comments about her blackness. Tunzi has been vocal when it comes to social justice issues such as gender-based violence and femicide.

Zozibini Tunzi

During the pageant, when asked by Anele why women had to keep smiling, she said: “We have absolutely no reason to keep smiling because South African women are dying every day. And mostly people are doing nothing about it. I think it’s time we stop asking women what to do and start asking perpetrators to do better, to be better, to start treating women the way that they deserve to be treated. continue reading

Source: DailySun

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