- Maintain a good hygiene
The unpleasant vaginal odor is one of the most common problems that women are facing. To prevent this, wash the vagina at least twice a day with a gentle soap.
Pay particular attention to the pubic hair around the vagina, because part of the skin has a lot of sweat glands that can cause the unpleasant smell. Avoid highly alkaline soaps and practice to wash your vagina with chamomile tea.
- Have regular haircut or shaving
This will facilitate the maintenance of vaginal hygiene, given that the pubic hair retains bacteria and sweat.
- Let vagina to breathe with cotton underwear
Avoid synthetic underwear at any cost. Always choose underwear made of cotton or other natural materials. It is important to allow your vagina to breathe properly because otherwise may occur dermatitis, eczema, bacterial infections.
- You need to change your underwear once a day
Every woman should change her underwear every day because vaginal secretion is good ground for bacteria. They can cause infection such as colitis, cystitis or even uterine infections. During menstruation, you can change your underwear twice!
- No Perfumes around the Vagina
The perfume will cause a PH imbalance which is not good. So the best option is to up your hygiene.
- Go to Your Gynecologist
It is recommendable for all women when they reach puberty to visit the gynecologist for general information on vaginal health. Once you are sexually active or 21 or older, you should be heading in for a Pap smear every two or three years to check for infections, abnormalities, and cervical cancer. Get medical help once you notice an infection. Once you notice an itch, strange coloration of vaginal (menstrual) emissions, noticeable signs of infections — say foul odor, rashes or boils, see your doctor.
- Did you know that you can make your vagina taste better?
If you consume certain foods, your vaginal juices are going to taste better. Generally, you should consume more fruits that contain natural sugars, including grapes, mangos, apples, and you should avoid consuming garlic, onions, spicy foods and drinking great amounts of coffee, as these ingredients contribute to the unpleasant smell of your vagina.