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Gifts To Give Your Vagina This Holiday Season



The holidays are here! If you are like most people, you’re scrambling to find great gifts for your loved ones to show them how much you appreciate them. What about yourself, more

specifically, your vagina? Vaginas are one of the most sensual, strong, and beautiful body

parts, and require some upkeep to keep them in impeccable condition. So, what could

your vagina possibly need?


1. Comfy underwear- Wearing certain types of underwear (lace, nylon, polyester,

spandex) and ones that are too tight can set you up for itching, chaffing, skin

irritation, as well as make it more likely that you develop a yeast infection or other

vaginal infections. Not even the sexiest underwear is worth that. Cotton is best. It

is very breathable and keeps away moisture. If you are a thong person like me,

make sure at least the thong part is 100% cotton and is not tight between the butt

cheeks.


2. Vaginal Steam- Vaginal steaming is an old remedy dating back thousands of years. This

method is a favored treatment amongst holistic health practitioners and midwives for

reducing menstrual cramps, increasing fertility, and to help the entire body relax from

stress.

*Make sure to do your research if you're thinking about using this method. Remember this uses steam, don't go burning your vagina now...follow the directions/recommendations.*


3. Kegel Balls- You can strengthen your pelvic floor muscles discreetly. Strengthening the

Kegel muscle can help treat urinary incontinence, prevent vaginal prolapse, speed up

vaginal recovery post-pregnancy, and… increase sexual pleasure (i.e. the big O).



Gemina’s Recommendations:


The holidays, although a joyous time, are also very stressful. Stress can throw off your

pH balance. Watch out for signs of imbalance (odor, dryness, discoloration of discharge)

and address them accordingly to prevent any infections.

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