Why Feminine Hygiene Is So Important During the Summer?

Why Feminine Hygiene Is So Important During the Summer?
The summertime is a great season for many things – barbecues, pool parties, and vacations. However, it’s also a time when women need to be extra careful about their feminine hygiene. The combination of heat and sweat can lead to increased bacteria growth, which can in turn lead to infections and other problems.
Here are some tips to keep in mind to stay clean and healthy all summer long:
 
  1. Wear loose, breathable clothing.
Cotton is always a good choice, as it will absorb sweat and allow your skin to breathe. Avoid tight clothes made from synthetic materials, as they can trap heat and moisture against your body, creating the perfect environment for bacteria to thrive.
 
  1. Avoid douching.
Many women think that douching will help them feel cleaner, but it actually does the opposite. It can disrupt the natural balance of good bacteria in your vagina, leading to infection.
 
  1. Change your tampon or pad regularly.
Depending on your flow, you’ll need to change your tampon or pad every 4-8 hours. Don’t wait until it’s completely full before changing, as this could increase your risk of developing a bacterial infection.
 
  1. Keep your vulva clean and dry
Make sure that you are using a quality Sugar Scrub (Girlish Vegan Yoni Scrub) to exfoliate your skin regularly. This will help to remove any dead skin cells or other debris that could be harboring bacteria. 
In addition, be sure to use a cleansing product like V-Cleanse Bundle which contains a prebiotic and probiotic blend specifically designed to support vaginal health. This will help to keep your pH balanced and maintain a healthy environment for good bacteria to thrive.
 
Takeaway
By following these tips, you can enjoy all the fun of summer while keeping your feminine hygiene in check. So don’t let the heat wave get you down – keep cool, clean, and healthy all season long!

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