How to be Hygienic

Female Version

To shave or not to shave? That is the question.

Going bear or bare? (IYKWIM)

Would he like it clean or would he like it dirty?

(Yes I used the exact same introduction because both Genders in this situation pose similar inquiries)

These are only a portion of the inquiries that attack the psyches of each pre-adult to a grown-up female with regards to cleaning the hair surrounding their “Vulverine”. It appears to be quite simple to consider however numerous individuals squander a long time simply pondering whether they look better with or without their pubes.

Pakistan is a country of individuals who think of it as a forbidden to talk about or even say the terms related to sex, and excessively embarrassed, making it impossible to concede in the event that they have an issue about it; the ladies experience so much exertion just to shroud their tampons in an exceptionally “non-suspicious brown bag.” Often, a wellspring of humiliation can be a basic absence of learning. Luckily, it’s never past the point where it is possible to begin to teach yourself and face yourself from the humiliation you experience when you go visit a gynecologist.

Graphic Images are not allowed hence use your imagination to replace yourself with the adorable baby.

To begin with, thank your fortunes that your “banana basket” is a self-cleaning “machine.” At the end of the day, as a feature of its capacity; your “pink panther” really cleans itself. Yet, when you have to clean “down there,” the most ideal approach is to use water and gently remove any possible dirt and debris. On the off chance that you need to utilize a chemical, make sure it’s a mild form of soap. Attempt to keep away from items with scents as it might irritate the area (and we don’t want that now, do we?).

Always wipe from front to back after using the washroom.  Doing it the opposite way increases the chances of bacteria from your “constantly eyed” region moving to your “Lady V” region, which can cause a urinary tract infection.  Wipe the same way for washing and showering. (IMPORTANT)

Try not to overdo cleansing in the area because it may cause an imbalance in the normal growth of bacteria around your vagina and lead to possible infections.

Remember: Try to take showers and not baths.  Bath water is full of bacteria from the skin, so sitting in the tub will allow these bacteria to reach the “baby factory”, which can increase your chances of getting a urinary tract infection.

DO not be stupid and do such antics in your bath. You do not want to twist or break a bone.

Coming to one of the most dreadful things: Removing the hair from “down there”

Women use various methods to achieve this. We shall discuss the 3 most commonly used methods.

Plucking via tweezers/threading: This is a safe and inexpensive option and hair removal can last 6-8 weeks.
Drawback: It’s uncomfortable, time-consuming, and can cause skin irritations or scarring.

Waxing: Just like plucking, waxing results in complete removal of the hair and is inexpensive.  It can also last 6-8 weeks.
Drawback: Waxing is slightly uncomfortable and can cause inflammation, irritation, and scarring.

Shaving: One myth that should be cleared up about shaving is this: it does not cause hair to grow back thicker.  If hair does appear thicker to you, it may be because of the angle in which the razor or shaver cut the hair.  Make sure you shave in the direction of hair growth to avoid razor bumps.  Choose a lubricating shave gel to prevent nicks and cuts and place a cool compress on the skin after shaving to prevent irritation and swelling.

Waxing. One of the few things every individual fears greatly.

Your “Nether regions” is surely not the only thing that an individual is attracted to but it is surely one of the most important parts of yours that you need to take care of. Cleaning it on a regular basis, making sure it hasn’t contracted any sort of infection and clearing the areas surrounding it are just some of the few ways to make sure that your “main course” looks pleasing to your future partner(s) and is also healthy. It all begins with water and ends with water.

There’s no getting away from it: You have to clean. ~  Anthea Turner

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