Whether you're bare or prefer hair, this moisturizing cream keeps your intimate area pH balanced, fights ingrown hairs, chafing, and helps alleviate skin irritation after waxing, lasering, sugaring, or shaving. And, gasp, yes, I am talking about your Virginia! C'mon ladies. I honestly think while a lot of us are taking care of so many other things and other people, we neglect ourselves. And if we do take the time to take care of ourselves, we are worrying about our face or hair, etc. We do not think of one of our most valuable parts. I don't mean a valuable part because of sex, I mean because of overall health. I was once told by my gyno when we were going through fertility issues to think of my vag as my body's ecosystem. Sounds funny, but it has truth to it. And let's face it ladies, if your hoo-hah don't feel good, you aren't gonna have a good day.
Dryness, inflammation, infection, hormonal changes, and sex can impact a woman’s vaginal pH. Most women believe that using soap or only water is sufficient for their daily intimate hygiene. Did you know that most soaps have a pH value ranging from 8-10, which disturbs the pH balance of your intimate area? The pH of your internal intimate area ranges from 3.5-4.5 and the external intimate area ranges from 4.5-5.5. conditionHER is a natural moisturizing cream, scientifically formulated for your external intimate area aka the vulva. It effectively maintains pH balance, slays ingrowns, fights chafing irritation, nourishes skin, and softens hair. Whether you’re bare or prefer hair, it’s simply the best care for down there! I use the conditionHER cream after shaving and after showers as well.
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