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How Yoni Washes Cater to Your Pussy

Ladies, whether it’s that time of the month for your period or time of the month for that special dick appointment, our vagina is having us go through thick and thin!

Personally, knowing I have a steamy session coming up with my favorite dick, I make sure my pussy is in tip-top shape. That means from shaving to washing it. Have you ever thought about what you’re actually washing your pussy with?

Technically and biologically, vaginas are self-cleaning. We don’t need fancy washes to clean our vagina.

Mucous membranes (tissue that produces mucus) surround the walls inside a vagina. Therefore, vaginas free of STIs or infections are more likely to naturally produce mucuses (vaginal secretions) that protect and clean the vulva.

According to gynecologists, mild soap and water is all you need to maintain a healthy pussy. By mild, that means soaps that are free of fragrances and dyes.

I’m unsure how universal Lemisol is, but that is typically my go-to product. Think of Summers’ Eve’s feminine wash but with peppermint (ya’ll know I am obsessive about mint). Lemisol’s mint had me feeling ultra clean. I thought, okay, if it feels like someone is putting an ice cube on my coochie, then I must be getting clean, right?

But then, you look at the ingredient list on the back of Lemisol and there is a long list with unrecognizable words. Sometimes these feminine washes may do more harm than good; leaving us with the same vaginal problems. Our pussy goes through many stages of discharge; periods, sex (protected or unprotected), and ovulation which can throw off pH balances, create odors and different colored secretions.

By now, I am well aware, and hopeful, women reading this know douching is prohibited. It’s a huge no-no. If you ever thought about it, just stop. I really, hope and pray.

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If you start to think about it now, please don’t. It is not 1991 anymore. Promise.

Anyway, even though we don’t need all these crazy products to wash our vagina, we still feel this need that we do. And I, for one, am okay with it.

Getting to know my body helped me understand how important it is to me to know what I am putting in and on my body. Even if natural, chemical-free products will keep the peace, I am okay.

Thus came Divine Sacred Space’s Yoni Wash.

 

Using the Yoni Wash at first, I was a little skeptical. It has a watery substance, and so unlike the jelly texture I’m accustomed to from Lemisol. But I reminded myself, this is 100% organic! There aren’t any extra chemicals to even make it appear or feel more than just enhanced water.

Ingredients include: lavender (my favorite calming herb), apple cider vinegar (to level pH balances), witch hazel, rose water, castile soap (an olive-oil based soap), sandalwood, and coconut oil. Very simple ingredients and the wash felt so light in my hands. The wash created a light lather, and that gave me the idea it was working.

I used the wash for a full week to decide how well it was working for me. Each day, the light formula made me feel cleaner and cleaner. Without the minty after-feel, I did feel my pussy was regulating.

I know using products that feel like they’re doing something is the best choice, but remember those are full of chemicals, too.

I am so observant of my natural secretions. Some girls may find it strange, but I don’t because I like to know if my body is doing okay without me having to go to the doctor every week. Based on using the Yoni Wash, and paying attention to my fluid patterns pre- and post-ovulation, I could tell my pH levels were balancing out.

Despite using it every day, I still have a lot of leftover wash. I used it the day after my yoni steam, and the wash kept my pussy on Cloud 9.

Be sure to check out Divine Sacred Space for your pussy needs. Pair the yoni wash with their yoni spray. Divine Sacred Space also has yoni steam herbal blends and various organic products for your pussy needs.

Give the organic, chemical-free way a try.

There are loads of yoni washes out there with different formulas to cater to different needs to help improve or maintain your vaginal health. I’ve seen some with garlic, frankincense, myrrh, and other natural herbs that are great for the body. I don’t think I need to explain how natural herbs are better than dyes and fragrances (things that should stay away from your pussy).

I’m simple when it comes to these things, so I was happy to find a yoni wash that had simple ingredients.

If you have any cool yoni washes or techniques you know and love, let me know in a comment below.

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