Breast Cancer Awareness

Through our #LetsTalkIntimate campaign we have discussed all aspects of feminine hygiene and urged women to participate in such conversations. This October, we are going to discuss one of the most prevalent topics concerning feminine health- Breast cancer. Do you know? According to the World Health Organization, breast cancer is the most common cancer across …

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Myths about intimate hygiene

For the longest time, anything about the women’s intimate area has been spoken about in hushed tones, which has led to a rise in so many myths. It’s time to debunk six of such myths today! This lack of awareness has led to a rise in misinformation and myths around the vagina. While some of …

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Intimate hygiene tips

Let’s talk about something that we should talk about but don’t talk about because we feel we shouldn’t talk about but actually we need to talk about. Now that you have recovered from that mind-twisting statement, Let’s come straight to the point. Intimate hygiene is something we don’t address quite openly and regularly and as …

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Let’s clear up one common misconception from the get-go: Self-care is not synonymous with self-indulgence or being selfish. Self-care means taking care of yourself so that you can be healthy be well, do your job, help and care for others in your family and around you, and you can do all the things you need …


Intimate wipes vs baby wipes

Wiping your intimate skin regularly is recommended especially after using the bathroom, when you’ve finished a workout, post sex or when you’re on your period. Aside from making you feel clean and fresh, a frequent wipe will help promote a healthy, bacteria-free intimate area. But here comes the million-dollar question, “What should I use to wipe when I need …

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Intimate sweating? No sweat!

Intimate sweating is a normal everyday occurrence for every woman on the planet. It’s certainly not something that should make us blush. We should however be aware of the effects this can have on our body as this is the ideal environment for bacteria to thrive. This can not only cause irritation and itchiness, but …

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