How To Properly Cleanse Your Vulva

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How To Properly Cleanse Your Vulva

Let’s talk about proper vaginal cleansing, a lot of women don’t know the difference between vagina and vulva, therefore they are not properly cleansing themselves. This could be a reason why your ph balance is off and you have constant issues with bv or yeast infections because of improper cleansing and bacteria buildup.

 

First, you will see your vulva — all the external organs you can see outside your body. The vulva includes the mons pubis, labia majora (outer lips), labia minora (inner lips), clitoris, and the external openings of the urethra and vagina. People often confuse the vulva with the vagina. The vagina, also known as the birth canal, is inside your body. Only the opening of the vagina (introitus) can be seen from the outside.

 

I’m in a vegan group and a lot of the women there only use water to cleanse the outside of the vagina (the labia which is your lips) even after sex or working out. This is wrong, you will have odor and your vaginal area probably smells but your man don’t know how to tell you. You use you organic plant based vaginal wash to cleanse the vulva, the outside of the vagina which can be purchase from Empress Organics www.empressorganics.net Water alone will not work when cleansing the outside of the vagina which is your vulva. When you workout you sweat, you have a monthly cycle, you have to cleanse properly, the vulva needs to be washed with a plant based organic vaginal wash, water alone won’t work. You don’t need soap inside the vagina, you use water to cleanse the inside of the vagina where the penis goes. Your vagina is self cleansing, if you use soap inside the vagina it will throw off your ph balance and cause infections. Avoid using perfumed soaps, gels and vaginal washes that are not organic and plant based as these can affect the healthy balance of bacteria and pH levels in the vagina and cause irritation.

 

Also when you have sex it should not stink or have a bad odor. People say sex has a smell you shouldn’t smell a bad odor during sex, if you do there is a problem. Men and women should bathe before sex. No one wants to do four play after you been outside all day sweating. Ladies and men make sure you’re clean and fresh before sex. Letting a man just put his penis inside of you after he’s been all over the place throughout the whole day can throw off your ph because you are putting a dirty penis inside of you. Make sure your man nails are cut and he doesn’t have dirt under his nails before touching your vagina also.

 

Do not douche, douching is bad and will throw off your vaginal ph. Douching can change the necessary balance of vaginal flora (bacteria that live in the vagina) and natural acidity in a healthy vagina. A healthy vagina has good and harmful bacteria. The balance of bacteria helps maintain an acidic environment. The acidic environment protects the vagina from infections or irritation. Douching can cause an overgrowth of harmful bacteria. This can lead to a yeast infection or bacterial vaginosis. If you already have a vaginal infection, douching can push the bacteria causing the infection up into the uterus, fallopian tubes, and ovaries. This can lead to pelvic inflammatory disease, a serious health problem.

 

Organic vagina products and plant based vaginal wash can be purchased at www.empressorganics.net

 

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