VAGINA, the part for which you can do anything to get the desired pleasure. It brings you incredible pleasure, can expand wide enough to fit a baby and nevertheless considering how amazing this body part is, you want to do everything you can to give it the very strong pleasure it needs. Here, we are adding some Dont’s to that list to make sure you’re safe and healthy down below the belt. Avoid :-
After just a little wear and tear, vibrators made from soft or jelly-like rubber can develop tiny nicks and grooves where microbes can hide. Insert the toy into your vagina, and you may just go through the infection. Go with stainless steel or hard plastic pleasure products instead, which won’t break down. And though it’s probably the last thing you want to do after a sex session, make sure you wash your toy with soap and water after you use it in order top reduce the chances of infection.
The skin around your pubes is way more. If the chemicals in the dye make contact with your labia, you could be in for some sex-postponing burning and pain. Stick to trying out different hair colors above the neck only.
Just stay away from the kind that lists oil or petroleum jelly or some similar ingredients. Oil-based products are thicker and harder to wash out of your hoo-ha, turning it into a breeding ground for bacteria. The other danger is, oil can break down latex, putting you at risk of a Sexually Transmitted Disease or pregnancy if your partner is wearing a latex condom.
Sharp objects or anything that can become sharp when broken (like hairbrushes or glass bottles) should not be anywhere near your vagina. Not only can they seriously damage your vagina, but suction can make it incredibly difficult and painful to remove.
Talcum Powder is usually considered as the best way to wash out the Vagina, but it has dangerous side effects. It can travel easily up along the genital tract and cause PID (Pelvic Inflammatory Diseases) , which can harm fertility. Other healthier and safer options for staying fresh is to wear a cotton underwear, wearing loose trousers or sometimes sleeping without underwears.