Is it OK to use vagisil wash?
Vagisil Sensitive Plus Moisturizing Wash
It’s pH-balanced, hypoallergenic, as well as dermatologist- and gynecologist-tested.
Keep in mind that this product does include a fragrance, which may be irritating to folks who are especially sensitive or prone to yeast infections.
What does vagisil wash do?
pH BALANCE DAILY INTIMATE WASH
Only Vagisil® pH Balance Wash has LactoPrebiotic®, which helps nourish the friendly bacteria that naturally occurs in the vagina. It’s formulated at the proper pH for the vaginal area, so you can use it every day to help maintain a healthy pH, and feel fresh and clean.
How do you use vagisil dry wash?
Directions. Wipe external vaginal area with cloth. Then, spray from at least 8 inches. Use as needed throughout the day and on-the-go.
Can vagisil wash cause irritation?
Use of harsh soaps or douches to cleanse the vulvar vaginal area can cause an imbalance. This can also cause vaginal irritation by adversely affecting the vaginal pH. Using an intimate wash that is pH balanced such as Vagisil pH Balance Wash will help maintain a healthy pH.
Is using feminine wash good or bad?
While you shouldn’t wash inside your vagina, it’s a good idea to wash your vulva. Washing the vagina can lead to many problems. The acidic pH makes it hard for “bad” bacteria to infect your vagina. When you use soaps, sprays, or gels — and yes, even water — to wash inside your vagina, you disrupt the bacterial balance.
How often should you use vagisil wash?
You can use Vagisil® Creme 3-4 times a day.
Can vagisil go inside?
ARE VAGISIL® CREMES FOR EXTERNAL USE ONLY OR CAN THEY BE APPLIED INSIDE THE VAGINA? Vagisil® Creme is for external use only.
Why do vaginas smell?
Normal sweating also can cause a vaginal odor. Bacterial vaginosis — an overgrowth of normally occurring vaginal bacteria — is the most common vaginal infection that causes a vaginal odor. Trichomoniasis — a sexually transmitted infection — also can lead to vaginal odor.
Is Dove soap good for your vag?
Your vulva is highly sensitive: apply no perfume, perfumed soap, dyed toilet articles, shampoos, detergents, or douches on vulvar tissues. 4) Use mild soap for body care (like Dove soap). Mild Soap is NOT the same as a “natural” soap. Natural soaps are not necessarily mild soaps.