That One Bottle You Didn’t Know You Needed On Your Bathroom Shelf
Every day you walk in to your bathroom and you are greeted with an array of personally picked products. You beam up at them with pride because you know each and every one was selected with such care. But before you take that victory walk to the shower, ask yourself this – am I sure I have everything I need?
Do a quick check and make sure you’re not missing anything, because there’s this one bottle you ought to add to your collection of shower must-haves.
Feminine Wash: Your bathroom essential
Intimate care is an important part of every woman’s personal hygiene. It needs special attention, and your soap may not be the best choice for this particular job. Using ordinary soap to clean your intimate area has been known to affect the healthy balance of bacteria and pH levels, which may leave you feeling uncomfortable and may cause infection. You need something specially designed for your intimate area, one that understands your intimate needs. Choose a feminine wash – the one product you’ll be glad you added to the “trophy shelf” in your bathroom.
Choosing the right one
With the variety of feminine wash out in the market, it can be daunting to pick the right one. After all, this is your intimate area we’re talking about. It’s important that you get it right. Here’s a tip: Go natural. Do away with harsh chemicals and choose a mild wash that uses nature-derived ingredients.
Caring for your intimate area may not need fanfare, but it does require proper attention. So the next time you’re out looking for a new addition to your bathroom collection, walk past the soaps in the aisle and grab a bottle of feminine wash with natural ingredients. You’ll thank yourself for it.
The BETADINE™ Daily Feminine Care range is for external use only. This article is for information purposes only and not meant to serve as medical advice or to replace consultation with your physician or other qualified healthcare professional. Always seek the advice of your physician or other qualified healthcare professional with any questions you may have regarding a worsening skin condition or other medical condition.