Should You Detox Your Vagina From Cosmetic Chemicals?

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Cosmetics that contain propylene glycol can trigger an infection or inflammation around the vagina. The vaginal canal and vulva are very sensitive, giving room for allergic reactions. In case of redness, swelling or itchiness, use a cool wet cloth to dab, have soap less showers and apply olive oil or petroleum jelly for a quick fix.

Your vagina is exposed to several chemical compounds these days. Although these chemicals trigger different reactions among users, they can cause anything from rashes to swelling. A good example would be yeast infection medications, most of which has triggered inflammation and itching that is long lasting. Recent medical cases include inflammation caused by regular use of harsh chemicals from creams, soaps, lubes and vaginal dyes. These side effects occur as the vaginal canal and vulva are rich in blood vessels and mucus membranes, both of which make chemical absorption faster around the region as compared to the skin.

The fact that many women indulge in waxing and shaving only increases the risk as it removes a natural protective layer of the skin. This increases the vulnerability and eventually opens doors to infections and other rare allergies. Doctors have zeroed in on propylene glycol, a chemical found in many gels which have shown to trigger burning or irritation sensations in some users.

If you indulge in vaginal grooming often, make sure you see your doctor any redness, itchiness or swelling is observed. Using a cool wet cloth to dab the region, having soap less showers and applying olive oil or petroleum jelly can work as quick relief. If the sensitivity seems to reoccur change your habits and use unscented products, avoid products that use propylene glycol and pick out products that don’t cause any difficulty or irritation.

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Disclaimer: The content is purely informative and educational in nature and should not be construed as medical advice. Please use the content only in consultation with an appropriate certified medical or healthcare professional.

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