And pulled off the sackcloth which she had on, and put off the garments of her widowhood, and washed her body all over with water, and anointed herself with precious ointment, and braided the hair of her head, and put on a tire upon it, and put on her garments of gladness, wherewith she was clad during the life of Manasses her husband.
Foods such as bread, beer and mushrooms contain yeast, and the sugar in other foods turns into yeast. These foods can increase the amount of yeast in your vagina, causing a yeast infection
Opt for plain or mild, unscented soap and wash gently with lots of warm (not hot) water. Stop using fragrant body washes and soaps. It is best to use a mild soap with warm water. Soaps that are too harsh or have too many chemicals and fragrances can actually make your vagina produce more discharge that gives off the foul smell.
You want vaginal discharge to be wicked away from your body, not held close next to it by items like panty liners and pads. Use these only when you need them and absolutely do not use scented products (as these can throw off your body’s natural balance). Some time ladies wearing no under garments allows air to reach your vaginal area eliminating odor.
You can use soap to clean your pubic hair, but try to keep it away from your vagina. Soap of any kind can throw off the delicate balance of your body
How is that possible? You ask! It’s easy and it’s what you should do. Just wash the vaginal area with plain warm or cold water and then apply a tiny bit of mild, unscented and sensitive soap or bath lotion on the surrounding parts of the vagina [the upper part mostly] and wash it off with plain water right away. Do this while you’re standing up as this is the best way to prevent the soapy liquid from entering into your vaginal hole. Once again, this is to avoid disturbing the happy and natural Ph balanced environment of the vagina. You don’t have to worry much about the soap entering when washing the anal area.
This can kill your body’s natural bacteria. Try taking cooler baths or showers to see if it helps reduce your vaginal odor. Doing this step alone will probably not help you, however, so make sure to take a few other suggestions as well. Avoids extremely hot showers is better for maintain elasticity in your skin anyways.
You’re only making things worse. Douching is very bad because it can alter the balance of healthy bacteria in your vagina, causing other bacteria to grow and create a foul vaginal odor. You should douche ONLY if asked to by a doctor or gynecologist.
Ladies you have to be the barber for your vagina long pubic hairs contributes to the bad odor of your vagina.I know shaving pubic hair is not every woman’s cup of tea but if you’re suffering from vaginal odor or any other types of vaginal infections(yeast infections etc.), getting rid of those unwanted hairs will surely help. Hair Removal lotions are available for sensitive areas, and work great for avoiding razor bumps.
If you just can’t cope up with shaving it at all, trim it at least and keep the pubic hair as short and barely visible as possible.