Still Using Body Wash for Your Intimate Hygiene?
August 9, 2016
Not all Vagina Cleansers are Created Equal
Many women use conventional soap and body wash to clean their most intimate area. But in doing so, you could be stripping away the defenses that protect your delicate skin down there. We’re talking intimate hygiene – and the doctor is in! Board certified obstetrician and gynecologist, Dr. Michael Krychman, a renowned doctor of sexual medicine and author, joins us to discuss vaginal cleansers. They’re not all created equally. The doctor says it’s crucial to choose a well-balanced, natural, oil-based cleanser – one that nourishes and moisturizes, as it delicately cleans.
Lubrigyn Cleansing Lotion is an over-the-counter, silky cream-based product that cleans gently, without irritating your delicate skin. It’s a hypoallergenic, natural, pH-balanced cleanser that contains elastin, hyaluronic acid and botanicals. In fact, it can be used as an all-over body cleaner. Tune in and find out more about vaginal health and wellness. You don’t want to miss it!
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