Women- How to keep your P-Part clean and healthy🍑

People often refer to the entire area “down there” as the vagina, but remember that the vagina is actually the tube-like muscle located inside your body. Here are some tips you should use to take care of your vaginal.


  • Wash soon after intercourse.
  • Drink plenty of water.
  • If you feel you must use soap, for whatever reason (although not recommended to use soap at all) go with the most gentle, scent free soap you can find. Cleanser for super sensitive skin would be ideal.
  • Always keep the vagina dry and wear clean cotton pants.
  • Getting an STD test both you and your partner(s) is a great way to know for sure if you have anything. Don’t be afraid, your health depends on it.
  • Keep a mature mind when following the above steps. Keeping a healthy vagina is part of a regular hygiene regimen.
  • Warm water is the best thing to wash the vagina with. The chemicals in the soaps may damage it.
  • Always bathe regularly and wash with lots and lots of water. ESPECIALLY when on your period.
  • Wearing pads and panty liners all month long or after your period is over can lead to skin irritation.
  • Eat foods that boost your vaginal health (e.g., yogurt, fruit, garlic).
  • Having hair removed from your genital area may cause irritation. Pubic hair evolved to keep genitals from becoming too moist and it allows the area to breathe. While there aren’t necessarily any serious repercussions, pubic hair removal does not pose a hygienic benefit.
  • Menstrual cups are a chemical-free choice for handling your period, and they can be really helpful if you tend to get irritated by tampons and pads.
  • Drink 100% Cranberry juice.
  • If you know your vagina is unhealthy, don’t have sex or masturbate.
  • Do not wash the vagina with soap or other chemicals. It causes vaginal irritation and infection.
  • Kegel exercises strengthen the pelvic floor muscles and the pubococcygeus muscle. These muscles tend to get looser and weaker with age and after giving birth. Strengthening them can help you avoid issues like urinary incontinence and also increase sexual pleasure.
  • Yogurt has the same kind of “good” bacteria that your vagina needs to stay healthy. So ensure drinking enough yogurt.
  • Eating cooked or raw garlic a few times a week is a great way to keep your vagina healthy. It has also been said to help get rid of bad vaginal odor.
  • Baby wipes will make you feel fresher than regular toilet paper.
  • The vagina is a self-cleaning muscle, so using soap will do nothing but harm the delicate pH balance. Just use warm water.
  • Peeing after sex can help flush the bacteria out of the vaginal area, promoting general health and helping you avoid those pesky UTIs.
  • Try wearing looser, lighter fabrics that breathe well.
  • Wash your vagina with hot water after sex. This will greatly minimize the chance that your encounter will have an unpleasant after effect.
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