Sweating is a common reaction when the body wants to cool itself. You can’t avoid sweating when exercising, sitting in the car, or wearing layers of clothing. So how do you take care of your Vaginal, so it’s not easily damp and sweaty?
Vaginal Treatments to Treat Moisture and Sweating
Some parts of your body sweat more easily than others. The Vaginal area is incredibly sweaty because it has many sweat glands, is hairy, and is almost always covered.
Here’s a simple way to do Vaginal care to keep it clean and dry:
1. Wear sweat-wicking underwear
Underwear made of absorbent materials, such as cotton and linen, will draw moisture from the skin and release it as vapor through the fabric’s pores, which helps the underwear material stay dry.
It would help if you also chose underwear that can absorb odors so that your Vaginal can be fresh all day long.
Avoid choosing underwear made from synthetic polyester because this material does not allow the skin to ‘breathe’ freely. Instead of allowing sweat to evaporate, this material holds the effort and keeps it trapped between your skin.
2. Wear loose clothes
You may like wearing skinny jeans, but the benefits may outweigh the consequences, especially for your Vaginal. All tight clothes in the groin will make you feel hotter and sweaty.
Loose pants will prevent friction between your thighs and let air. Try replacing your skinny jeans with loose joggers or culottes.
3. Change your underwear every time you sweat
All day wearing damp underwear due to sweat will open up a vast opportunity for mold to multiply. Vaginal yeast is a fungus that thrives in warm and humid environments.
It can make your Vaginal itch, burn, and give rise to signs of a yeast infection.
You can reduce the chances of a yeast infection by changing your underwear whenever you have a sweaty activity. Bring a change of clothes to the office, the gym, or wherever you go.
4. Shave the hair around the Vaginal
Pubic hair is beneficial for reducing friction from tight clothing and removing sweat from your skin. However, the hair also collects a lot of bacteria that can infect.
If you sweat a lot in your Vaginal area, try shaving your pubic hair often to keep it short—no need for shaving or Brazilian waxing for your Vaginal.
5. Wash with neutral soap
Routine bathing twice daily with soap and water is enough for Vaginal treatment to not sweat quickly. But to wash the Vaginal, do not use any soap.
The area around the outside of the vagina (vulva) is delicate and sensitive tissue. Make sure you use a mild soap that contains very few chemicals and moisturizes.
6. Don’t wear panty liners unless it’s an emergency
If you don’t bring replacement underwear when you travel, you may need a panty liner to get rid of the moisture. However, panty liners can also make you sweat more. As a solution for Vaginal care, you can use panty liners made of 100% cotton.
7. Dry your Vaginal area with a tissue
As a Vaginal treatment, ensure you are always ready to carry a spare dry tissue wherever you are. Dry the Vaginal area with a tissue every time you feel sweaty or after urinating and defecating so that your Vaginal doesn’t feel damp all the time.