Is It Possible To Treat The Vagina Using Special Liquid Soap Femininity?
I think it will treat Miss V using liquid soap which doesn’t work well, isn’t it? Then how do you get rid of the scent? Do you think using baby soap is good or not?
Thank you for the question.
The use of soap (including baby soap), cleansers, or perfuming perfumes around the vagina is not recommended by most experts. Please note, that in the vaginal area there are normal flora (good microorganisms) whose job is to maintain acidity around the vagina, so pathogenic microorganisms (the cause of disease) are difficult to multiply. The use of soap, cleansers, or perfuming perfumes around the vagina is known to disturb the balance of this normal flora, thus making the vagina more susceptible to infection. In addition, some types of soap products, cleansers, or vaginal deodorizers can also trigger inflammation in the skin, such as allergies or irritation. Both infections, allergies, and irritants can cause the vagina to feel itchy, sore, reddish, swollen, discharge vaginal discharge abnormal, and odor.
An unpleasant vaginal scent often indicates that you have an infection, allergy, or irritation around it, as mentioned above. This condition should not be treated with the use of soap, cleansers, and perfuming carelessly. More precisely, if you do it first:
Clean your vagina using good quality water (colorless, tasteless, odorless, and also not contaminated by microorganisms and harmful chemicals) Clean your vagina from front to back (from vagina to anus), not vice versa After cleaning, dry it with good your vagina before dressing Use always clean underwear, soft material, and replaced periodically When using pads during menstruation, choose the material that is soft, has a high absorption, and does not contain deodorizer Short your pubic hair periodically. Only have sex that is healthy and responsible If the above efforts have not been able to overcome the unpleasant odor in your vagina, immediately check with your doctor or dermatologist and genitals to be treated further according to the cause huh ..
I hope this helps.