#6 Hair removal cream
Hair removal creams contain ingredients that are quite harsh to the skin and will often leave you with small abrasions. This leaves your vaginal area open and prone to infection. These creams also cause itchiness and red bumps. Shaving and waxing are both much safer than these chemical depilatories.
#7 Vodka tampons
While it may sound unbelievable, there are women who insert their tampons in vodka before inserting them.
The vodka is supposedly absorbed into the bloodstream thus giving you a buzz. Not only can this be extremely painful, it also damages the walls of your vagina.
#8 Oil-based lubricants
Lube is one of those things that are safe for your vagina but you have to be careful with the variety you use. Stay away from any lube with petroleum jelly or oil as the main ingredient. They are thick and hard to wash out of the vagina, making them a breeding ground for bacteria. Oil can also break down the latex on your condom putting you at risk of STDs and pregnancy.
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#9 Down-there body art
Not so long ago, ‘vajazzling’ was a top trend which involved sticking tiny crystals or rhinestones to your private parts using glue. This led to higher rates of infection and irritation among patients according to ob-gyns. Body art on your private parts can cause redness and irritation and pose even bigger health risks.
#10 Whipped and chocolate toppings
If you are feeling adventurous, you can turn your body into an ice cream sundae with whipped cream and chocolate sauce. However, make sure to stick to the part of the body above the belly button. Putting sugar on your vaginal area will not only mess with your pH balance, it will also lead to yeast infections.
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