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Can I Make Natural Vaginal Wash At Home?

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1. Add fresh aloe vera gel to a cup of water. Use the water as a vaginal wash. 2. Apply homemade yogurt to remove candida infection. 3. Lemon leaves help balance the pH of the vagina and keep it healthy and clean. 4. Add 1 cup chamomile oil to 2 cups water and use as a wash. 5. Add 1/2 a cup of baking soda in your bath tub and soak yourself for 20 mins.

It is important to maintain vaginal hygiene and keep it clean and odorless. The safest bet would be to prepare natural vaginal wash at home with natural ingredients. Have a look at a few natural vaginal wash that you can make.

Natural Homemade Vaginal Washes

1. Aloe Vera Gel

You will require fresh aloe Vera to make this. Slice a fresh piece of aloe and remove the gel and add it to a cup of water. Use this water as a vaginal wash.

2. Yogurt

Yogurt is a very effective natural remedy to clean the vagina. Apply homemade yogurt directly to remove candida infection.

3. Lemon Leaves

A compound called limonene is present in lemon leaves which make it an anti-microbial, antibiotic and an anti-allergic agent to clean and remove any foul odor. It also helps maintain the pH of the vagina keeping it healthy and clean.

4. Chamomile Oil

This is a great way to help you get rid of vaginal odor. Add one drop of oil to about 2 cups of water. Use this to wash your sensitive area.

5. Baking Soda

Baking soda helps balance the pH level in the body and reduce any kind of odor. Add half a cup of baking soda in your bath tub and soak yourself for at least 20 minutes.

 

Edited by Pragya Sharoff

 

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The CureJoy Editorial team digs up credible information from multiple sources, both academic and experiential, to stitch a holistic health perspective on topics that pique our readers' interest.