Every one of us has our own intimate care ritual to feel fresh and confident. For some, it’s wearing lingerie even when we don’t have a date. For others, it’s prepping to stay fresh straight through the after-party. The important thing is to share those tips and tricks with each other.
To shave or not to shave? Hair removal is not a painless topic!
Whether you trim, sculpt, shave or just go natural, it’s your choice, the way to be yourself and feel confident whatever you decide to do. Feel proud, feel feminine and take care in your way of your feminine hygiene try Carefree® Intimate Wash or Cleansing Mousse. And a little preparation can go a long way in making hair removal less irritating and more effective.
Tips to make your next intimate hair removal experience go more smoothly
- Before any hair removal procedure, make sure your skin is clean and free from oils
- Just remember to shave in the direction of your hair growth.
- Before and after removing your hair take care of your intimate hygiene to avoid intimate itching and to keep hair follicles free of ingrown hairs. And remember ladies, it’s a marathon, not a sprint.
Tips for preventing feminine odour
Unusual feminine odour happens from time to time. Even when you’re taking good care of your body and your intimate skin, you may experience unfamiliar smells. There are different reasons why your intimate skin may produce a particular scent. However, a daily feminine hygiene routine will help you to prevent unpleasant feminine odour and keep you feeling confident. And if you are looking for extra protection and 12 hours odour control try the New Carefree® Large Panty Liners.
Go ahead and swipe right. Carefree Duo Effect Intimate Wipes are a perfect way to refresh between work and happy hour, or discreetly after sex. In addition to helping you maintain a healthy pH-balance, it helps you feel fresher, longer. They’re the perfect go-to when you don’t have time for a shower during the day.
Note: This article is for informational purposes only and does not constitute medical advice.