Put Some Baking Soda in Your Private Part and See What Happens!

There are hundreds of intimate hygiene washes in the markets that
guarantee to keep your private parts healthy and smell-free. Before you
try any of them, remember that they’re packed with chemicals that can
actually do harm to your delicate area.

Why
don’t you make your own intimate wash? It’s super easy, extra cheap and
it doesn’t contain any chemicals. All you need is baking soda. This
miraculous white powder will help you fight vaginal infections and keep
your private parts odor-free.

A woman’s private area is a little
acidic in nature with a pH level of 3.5-4.5. When the level goes up or
down, problems occur. Some of the problems that occur due to pH level
imbalance include: excessive vaginal discharge, yeast infections,
itching, foul odor and painful intercourse. Baking soda can help you
restore your pH balance because it’s alkaline in nature. When an
alkaline substance is mixed with something acidic, it neutralizes it.
This means that when you use baking soda to wash your private parts, the
baking soda will bring your vaginal pH balance to optimum level.

Here’s how to use baking soda to improve your vaginal health:


1. Private parts wash

In
a mug, mix some lukewarm water and 2 tsp of baking soda. Use the
mixture to clean your entire intimate area. Once you’ve cleaned your
private parts with the mix, wash it again with some water and pat dry
it.

2. Bathing salt

In a bucket filled with
lukewarm water, add ½ cup of baking soda. Pour the mix in your bathtub
and soak your lower body for at least 20 minutes. Take a shower and pat
dry afterwards.
 
3. After our periods
Menstrual
blood has a 7.5 pH level and makes the area dry and itchy. Always do a
soda wash after your period is done to restore pH balance.
 
4. Hormonal fluctuation
Menopause and other health issues can disrupt the pH balance of your private parts. Baking soda can definitely help you here.
 
5. If you’re smelly and itchy down there
This
might indicate that you’re suffering from a yeast infection. Use the
baking soda solution to soothe the problem. Sometimes this can also be
an indication of a serious gynecological problem that needs to be
checked by an expert.

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